Eagle Air Med planes and employees Blessed in Navajo tradition
Greeted by the dawn of a new day, Nov. 12, Eagle Air Med was blessed in the Navajo tradition following the company's recent accident.
Eagle Air is the premier air ambulance service in the Four Corners and has been serving the area for more than 25 years.
Johnson Dennison performed the traditional Navajo ceremony at the Chinle airstrip. At the sunrise ceremony Dennison blessed the entire Eagle Air Med family, its aircraft, its employees and the family members who are still grieving.
"As a company we've felt the support of the entire region and it has only strengthened our commitment to continue providing the very best in air ambulance care for the Navajo Nation," said Cheryl Bowers, program manager for Eagle Air Med.
For more than 25 years, Eagle Air Med has served the Four Corners Area and has air medical crews based in Kayenta, Chinle and Window Rock.
Licensed to operate in all Four Corners states, Eagle Air Med has completed more than 21,000 air medical transports and is recognized as a leader in safe and professional air ambulance service.