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Monday, July 16, 2007


For many, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Micah Johnson's rescue of two downed pilots earlier this month was a heroic tale of bravery.

But for Johnson, who's on leave from his second Iraq tour of duty, it was just another day on the job.

"We knew what we had to do and we just went in and did it," said the 25-year-old father of two, who is relaxing at the northern New York home of his parents, Mike and Darcy Johnson, before he returns to the Middle East July 24.

Johnson said the most remarkable thing was that the two fallen Kiowa helicopter pilots had escaped the smoking wreckage uninjured.

"To see the two guys walking away was amazing. I couldn't believe it," he said as he watched his 2-year-old daughter, Dakotah Faith, race across the living room.

Now, after being thrust into the limelight, Johnson hopes he can remind people of the many heroes who have died or are currently serving in the Mideast.

"It's not about me at all. It's about the guys who need to be remembered and for the ones who are over there doing this every day," he said. "They all would have done the same thing we did."

Just a little something the LSM won't print. Just something the genre of Murtha ignore.