Daniel Adair Paschal, an Air Force master sergeant from Robins Air Force Base, was swept out to sea and killed Oct. 5 during a typhoon in Japan. Paschal was a propulsion systems supervisor in the Georgia Air National Guard and had previously served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. Paschal loved the outdoors, wildlife, music and working on cars. He was 34.Click here to read more obituaries.
Daniel Adair Paschal, an Air Force master sergeant from Robins Air Force Base, was swept out to sea and killed Oct. 5 during a typhoon in Japan. Paschal was a propulsion systems supervisor in the Georgia Air National Guard and had previously served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. Paschal loved the outdoors, wildlife, music and working on cars. He was 34.Click here to read more obituaries.
Daniel Adair Paschal, an Air Force master sergeant from Robins Air Force Base, was swept out to sea and killed Oct. 5 during a typhoon in Japan. Paschal was a propulsion systems supervisor in the Georgia Air National Guard and had previously served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. Paschal loved the outdoors, wildlife, music and working on cars. He was 34.Click here to read more obituaries.

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