President Donald Trump on Monday released the names of his State of the Union special guests– two of which hail from Louisiana.

One of these two is Ashlee Leppert who is serving her country as an aviation electronics technician for the United States Coast Guard.

She rescued dozens of people during last year’s hurricane season, including a woman she spotted holding what she thought were bags of clothes. However, as she got closer, she learned the woman was actually holding four children.

Leppert was able to bring them to safety in a helicopter basket.

She also rescued a woman in labor, rushing her, along with her husband, to the hospital where she gave  birth to their son.

The second Louisianan selected to attend as a special guest to the State of the Union is Jon Bridgers.

He  founded what is affectionately known as the Cajun Navy in 2016.

Bridgers and many others immediately went to work to help friends and neighbors following the 2016 flood which greatly impacted Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas.

Upon learning of the destruction from Hurricane Harvey, the Cajun Navy immediately traveled to Texas to assist those affected.

The Cajun Navy started small and has grown into a nationally-recognized organization with the goal to rise up, unite, and rescue.

“Ashlee and Jon have both shown immense courage in the midst of the devastation Louisiana and our neighbors have had to endure,” Attorney General Jeff Landry said. “It is because of heroes like them that Louisiana is such a bright light for the rest of the country. I am glad Ashlee and Jon will receive the attention and gratitude they deserve; and I thank them for their service on behalf of Louisiana.”