Javier, a 4-year-old boy who has survived a long heart disease after undergoing a heart transplant, was able today to fulfill his dream of being a "pilot" day of the Civil Guard helicopter after visiting the Air Service's facilities. This Body in Madrid.
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January 10, 2019
His dream has come true as a result of a letter sent by his mother to the Civil Guard in which he explained the long months Javier spent and how the little boy every time he went out for a walk in the vicinity of the hospital looked to the sky in search of of a helicopter that brought his new heart, reports the General Directorate of the Civil Guard.
Once the transplant is done and After several months of recovery the Civil Guard has made it possible for Javier to fulfill his dream how much hope he gave him and that kept him firm and animated, "being able to ride in a helicopter to see from above what he so many afternoons watched from below", in the words of his mother.
After receiving the letter of request the Air Service of the Civil Guard accepted the request that has become reality today.
During this morning, accompanied by the general director of the Civil Guard, Javier, his three brothers, his parents and a grandfather visited the facilities of that service and have flown in a helicopter of the Corps.