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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:
Chuck Ruth  cruth1953@comcast.net
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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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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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Name:
Jack   jbeck33810@yahoo.com
Entry:
I was in the USAF from 1973-1978, I went in 30 days after graduating from high school. I was assigned to Tyndall AFB in Panama City, Florida; Udorn, Thailand & Clark AB in the Phillippines.
I went to college and got a B.S. in Accounting after the AF.
Date:
April 05, 2009 4:45

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Name:
Todd Fingerlr  tfingerle@comcast.net
Entry:
Hello Fellow Roto Heads
Flew with Marine Helicopter Squadron CH-53D..HMH 362 from 72-76..Looking to find the 200 MPH Superbord patch. I received from from a Sikorsky rep in 74, Would like to replace it?? Any leads?? Thanx tf
Date:
March 12, 2009 20:22

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[ Posted by Webmaster, March 13, 2009 22:37 ]
     The holder of this patch states a Tech Rep gave it to him upon relating his experience to him. This is the only one of its kind as far as we know. Based on what you say it could well have handed out by Tech Reps. You might want to contact Sikorsky and see what they may know about it.

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Name:
Lawrence (Larry) Dreyer  dustylarch@yahoo.com
Entry:
Hello Dustys.
My first time here. Never heard of this site. I'm old and feeble but I can still lift a mug of beer.
I was at NKP from Nov. '67 to Dec "69.
Let's have a reunion.
Date:
March 03, 2009 19:43

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