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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:
Ronald Marks  ronaldcmarks@charter.net
Entry:
Retired 20 years USAF in 1982. My father (Glenn Marks, LtCol, USAF) was a rotorhead, though, 20 years also (retired 1974). He flew HH43s and was stationed at Frobisher, Bangor (ME), Peru (IN), Clark (PI), Thailand (can't remember...Ubon?). His love for aircraft got me interested. He passed away from brain tumor in 2004. Thanks for this great site.
Date:
July 06, 2009 19:12

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Name:
Tom Russell  trussell@insightbb.com
Entry:
Ireceived a phone call from Carol informing me of Jim Moore's passing on Sun. June 28 ,tonight 7/3 i was sitting on my deck watching the fireworks a chopper flew over & my thoughts immediately went to Jim . We first met at Stead AFB in early 1962 Jim was on the H-19 flt line & I was on the H-43 flt line so we didn't hook up much. In 1964 we both ended up at WPAFB, both being low rank & just starting our families we became good friends . We would get together at one another's house have dinner & play cards. In 1965 I left the AF & Jim continued his career in the AF we we got together a couple of times & Jim & Carol spent a couple of days with us when he came back from NKP.We lost track of one another until 2007 when another rotorhead Don Hoge found the Rotorheads RUS website & got in touch with Jim & gave him my phone #. Jim gave me a call & invited us to come visit them, we were able to get together in June 2007 & had a wonderful weekend with them .We got together a couple of times after that & right before before Xmas 2008 Ron Feight ,Dick Kenuzli & myself & our wives got together at Jim & Carol's for dinner and a day of remembrance Jim I still don't remember what we were doing with that gal of yellow paint . But I'am very proud to call you a friend. Tom Russell
Date:
July 04, 2009 3:35

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Name:
RICK DAVIS  rdavis_7243@yahoo.com
Entry:
About 6000 hours in HH-3E and MH-60G. Lots of "Winged S's" ..
Date:
June 29, 2009 1:27

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Name:
Chuck Ruth  cruth1953@comcast.net
Entry:
Just read the email about Jim Moore's passing. Never met him but talked to him on the phone once. Jim was a great man, a devoted Americian who never forgot his military experiences and devoted his remaining days on this earth maintaining this website. The good Lord has a special place for his kind.
Date:
June 27, 2009 2:35

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Name:
Eloy Hernandez  ehernandez454@yahoo.com
Entry:
I was known as Julio when I was stationed at Osan AB in South Korea with the 38th ARRS. I was the Intelligence Specialist for the unit at that time. It was in the 38th ARRS in 1980-81. I was wondering whatever happened to the unit and if they or another unit took over the duties of the old Jolly Greens. Also, what happened to the men or the unit.
Date:
June 15, 2009 21:54

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Name:
Robert Glidden  mingbob@maine.rr.com
Entry:
Great site, was first engine man at Davis-Monthan about 1960 Det 17 Warc, had 60-256 and 60-257. With wild Bill Eckert as NCOIC. any one from that time would like to hear from you.
mingbob@maine.rr.com
Date:
June 14, 2009 3:58

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Name:
Larry Tasker  lajanbny@verizon.net
Entry:
Great web site. Have added it to my favorites. I am a Retired Master Army Aviator, CW4, USA, Have flown mostly fixed wing aircraft for fun since retirement in October 1985.
Date:
June 07, 2009 3:12

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Name:
Jerry Barnes  barkins6643@comcast.net
Entry:
Outstanding site! Retired 20 years USAF.
Worked and flew on N's and flew on 53's.
Hello to David C, Bob Abernathy, and Sam Groce!
Date:
June 04, 2009 8:03

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Name:
syeven   stygart@windstream.net
Entry:
This is a nice web site. I was in NKP as a mechanic for the Jolly Greens in 1969 -1970. We moved to Udorn in 70 where I finish my year out. Went to Shaw AFB and was there till I got out in 1971. I like to know if anyone one this site knows anything about David Bond who was a flight engineer at Da Nang?
Date:
May 30, 2009 1:18

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Name:
Gerry Hamm  bdpopeye@yahoo.com
Entry:
Thanks for posting your Frequent Wind story. I was on board the USS Hancock at the time. I remember very well the USAF CH-53 landing on Hanna that fateful day. 29 April, 1975. I only wish there were more web pages dedicated to that day.

God bless you and all who have served our nation!

And may God bless America!

Gerry Hamm
US Navy/Retired
1971-1991
Date:
April 19, 2009 0:20

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