between air crew and between those
that are working with you,
a support staff.
And people do make a point
of getting together
and talking about it and remembering the good times
and having a drink for the person that's gone.
A military funeral has so much,
sort of, pomp and circumstance,
but actually, it's our way
of getting it through our system,
of marking that this person was important.
We knew this person, they died in the line of duty.
And of course, there are where chaplains
and other people play a role in being there to talk.
I think a lot of it is journeying through as a family.
You're kind of like a family
in the Air Force.
You're in it together.