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Thank you for visiting our website.  We hope you enjoyed browsing through the historical Air Force helicopter related information we have documented. Please take time to sign our Guest book and visit our site often as we continually update with new information. If you aren't a member of USAF ROTORHEADS and meet our membership criteria, we would be honored to have you in our group and assist with our goal of documenting and preserving our rich and valuable history.

 



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Name:
Kenneth Prince  betchakenprince@aol.com
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I enjoyed visiting this sight. I myself was a career Air Force Helicopter man A43170B/A43570B and many on this sight will recognize my name. I plan to put my name on your membership roster soon.
Date:
May 07, 2018 4:01

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[ Posted by Jim Burns, May 08, 2018 2:48 ]
     Thanks for visiting our site Ken...look forward to getting your membership application and adding your name to our roster....

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Name:
Iris Wozniak  Iriswoz@yahoo.com
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I forgot Tom was at Osan Korea June 78 to June 79>
Date:
March 21, 2018 1:08

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Name:
Iris Wozniak  Iriswoz@yahoo.com
Entry:
Hi my husbands name is Thomas Wozniak, he Loved going through this site, But I am So Very Sorry to say Tom passed on March 8, 2018 here at Nellis AFB Nv. He was at Forbes AFB 1969 to 1971, Howard AFB Panama Canal 1971 to 1972, Randolph AFB 1972 to 1974, NKP Thailand 1974 to 1975 Hill AFB 1974 to 1976, Kirtland AFB 1976 to 1981 Test Site Nellis AFB 1981 to 1989 at witch time he retired.
Date:
March 20, 2018 23:46

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[ Posted by James Bullard, April 18, 2018 17:54 ]
     I worked with him at NKP in 74/75 Great guy. So sorry to hear this sad news.
James Bullard


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Name:
Jim Phillips  dbbc1995@hotmail.com
Entry:
Thanks for all the air support we got every time we call. I am a Army combat Id who served in the Central Highlands 1967. March 21 we ran into a Batt. of NVA We lost 22 men Without the gunships and Puff none would have made it. Thanks so much for your courage under fire.
Date:
March 09, 2018 21:24

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Matthewper MatthewperOX  inbo282@glmux.com
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it's my first time visiting your website and I am very interested. Thanks for sharing and keep up ;)
Date:
March 04, 2018 12:09

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Name:
PAUL ERICKSON  luap@live.com
Entry:
Instructor Medic McDIll, AFB, Tampa, FL. TDY to Homestead twice to cover Nixon. 67-69. On other Pedro crew when HH43 crashed returning from Avon Park. We were told rotors knocked off by lightning. Your records indicate mechanical failure. 69 sent to Udorn, Thailand. Assigned hospital and attached Pedro. Also flew in T-33, H-53, C119 gunship, C-130, C-141, Hueys.
Date:
January 19, 2018 19:45

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Name:
Dale Penn  delpenn@hotmail.com
Entry:
I was in Det.4 40th ARRS at Hill AFB, Utah. March 1985 til deactivation in 1987. I was then reassigned to th 388th TFW 4th AMU at Hill, on F-16's. I got out of AF in 1988 and worked for contractor- Kay And Assoctiates on HH-1H huey's for the 6514th Test Squadron for another 5 1/2 years. Moved to Ohio in 1993 and worked for Helicopter Minit-Men, a service center for MD500's and Schwiezer 269 and Ariel spraying of powerline rights of way... for 11 years. then went to work contract for MedFlight of Ohio with Omni Flight Helicopters and Metro Aviation, working on BK117's,EC135,AS-350 and EC-130 along with maintaining part time work with Helicopter Minit-Men on MD500's.
Date:
November 24, 2017 15:31

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Name:
Wayne De Vore  devoreshe@aol.com
Entry:
Great Website!

Found it only because I was searching for proof that CH-34's (sorry, I'm Army) were delivered to the Portland Air National Guard Base via C-124 aircraft. How pleased am I to see an actual photo of the delivery. The only reason I knew about these deliveries, is I attended A&P school on the Portland Air Force Base, and watched and heard multiple C-124's taxi to our flight line, each to offload a single CH-34.

Thanks.
Wayne S. De Vore,
U.S. Army Air Cavalry
Date:
November 03, 2017 23:33

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Name:
Robert Kerfoot  elaineandbob2@verizon.net
Entry:
Det 14 59 to 63 H-43 Crew member Missed Vietnam Never got held over. Lucky i g uess. Would be nice to hear from guys in that same era. Det 14 was Nellis AFB Nevada
Date:
October 22, 2017 23:05

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[ Posted by Jim Burns, October 27, 2017 15:19 ]
     Thanks for joining our USAF RotorHeads website group. Great to have you with us.

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Name:
matthew maderos  mmaderos@gmail.com
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Hello, I'm looking for info on an event that happened on 10/24/1965 at Tan Son Nhut. My father's aircraft (a p2v netptune of vp-42)crashed and members of the 38th ( i think crew 3) in an HH-43 rescued him and his crew members! I'd love to thank the crew that, as he is alive because of the 38th. thank you and hope to hear from you that might know that group.
thank you for your service!
Date:
September 22, 2017 19:42

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