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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:
Hector Herrera  MH53pavelownm@aol.com
Entry:
Just learned about your site and decided to visit. Diane Revolinski was my supervisor at Hurlburt, would really like to get in touch again if anybody could give her my email please!
Date:
August 23, 2008 0:18

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Name:
David Powell  powelld@west-tenn.com
Entry:
I am a member of 20th SOS "Green Hornets" . I served as a FE on the "N" model hueys in the early 80's. Left the unit just prior to the BAT missions,where I lost a few good friends.
Date:
August 22, 2008 16:22

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Name:
Jesse McLendon  kake692@cox.net
Entry:
Great site---enjoyed it very much!!
Earned Winged "S" in Cuba on the old UH-34 and I am most proud to have served my country.
USN--HS-3--NAS Norfolk--1965---1969
Date:
August 19, 2008 20:56

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Name:
joe agora  cuscocom@hotmail.com
Entry:
What a great site!! Thanks to all that served
Date:
August 09, 2008 1:37

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Name:
John Birch Retired Rotor head Birch  jdbirch61@yahoo.com
Entry:
Flew Combat SAR fro the 3 SAR stations in the Gulf 66-67 then 69-71. I was with HC-1 and HC-7 Seasdevils see our web hc7seadevils.org
Date:
July 30, 2008 23:53

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Name:
Mike Stoyle  MSTOYLE@SBCGLOBAL.NET
Entry:
Great site but was a little disappointed at the 'Peace time losses' link that took me back to The Jolly Green's page. That page hasn't been updated in ages and does have some errors in it. i.e: Dave Rech was not in the Barry Walls\Buddy Fortner crash in NM, I think he's still around somewhere.
I've tried to send names to them to no avail. i.e: John Sfier, Larry Leaming, Ron Fagan, all who perished in crashes.
This site you have here is a whole lot better than the Jolly Green. You even have the MAC Flyer article that made me famous, sort of.
Date:
July 01, 2008 14:41

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[ Posted by Jack Watkins, August 14, 2008 18:52 ]
     Mike what you doing in NM, they kick you out of California. You find your checklist yet. Its got to be in that field someplace. Send me your email Turkey.

[ Posted by Mike Stoyle, September 08, 2008 16:47 ]
     I'm not in NM, still in Sacramento. I was stationed with Fortner and Rech at RAF Woodbridge. Fortner was in the crash, Rech was not.

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Name:
Kenneth Pinkney 
Entry:
Fantastic site. I look forward to future visits just to keep up with this continuing saga of "As The Rotors Turn". Thanks Sam. Also hi to Becky.
Date:
June 19, 2008 18:15

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[ Posted by Becky Hassler, June 20, 2008 23:14 ]
     Hi Ken. I'm trying to remember the last time I saw you after Korea. Geez. it's been a long time. I hope you are doing well.

Becky


[ Posted by Sam Groce, July 09, 2008 0:17 ]
     When are you going to join

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Name:
Larry Bowman  lfbowman11@hotmail.com
Entry:
Member 1374 th photomapping
1962 1965 Turner AFB
Airborne Hiran shop..AST 7 port moresby
Date:
June 03, 2008 1:49

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Name:
Ryan Barilleaux  barillrj@muohio.edu
Entry:
Thanks for a great site! My brother was Lt. Ira Barilleaux (featured in photo of the 600th MARS Recovery mission) of the "Flying Oil Slick." He is now deceased, but was always proud of his service.

Sincere thanks to all our veterans and current service personnel.
Date:
May 26, 2008 17:56

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[ Posted by Ruth Emanuel, June 20, 2008 23:55 ]
     Hey Becky, Great to hear from you again! We'll have to catch up.

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Name:
Becky Hassler  beckyhassler53@aol.com
Entry:
Talk about old home week! Thanks for sending me the site, Sam. Hello to Diane and Ruth and also to you, Lou Allen. I hope you are all well. Karen Pickering recently retired as the first female CMSGT to remain in the helicopter career field. Go Karen!

Becky
Date:
May 08, 2008 23:32

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[ Posted by Kenneth Pinkney, August 11, 2008 0:32 ]
     Hi Becky,
The last time I actually saw you was at Langley AFB. A friend and I were playing hooky from work by hanging out at the main exchange.
Ken


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