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HMM-364 Purple Foxes Troop Lift

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  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    Plane # 1 was my aircraft. I originally had plane # 1 with the side number of 153364. Thats why the squadron made it #1. We were shot down in Ashaw Vally while on an emergency extraction. I was then given 153989 to replace my old plane. I flew almost 700 hundred combat missions in old #1. It was one hell of a great helocopter. Our commanding officer, Col. Louis Gulling, always wanted to fly plane #1. I was always very proud to be the Crew Chief on the #1 plane of the Purple Foxs. Semper Fi, JC Taylor -Submitted by: James JC Taylor [purplefox@live.com] 2009-10-14
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    This picture was made at Vandergriff base near the DMZ (formerly LZ-Stud). It is actually a copy of a picture from Leatherneck Magazine. #^$ was part of a masive trop lift and I was a new aircrew gunner during this time. -Submitted by: Jim King [kingjv@verizon.net] 2008-02-16
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    We also had a number of the earlier Ds. My aircraft, YK5 was one of them. When I rotated home in Nov./68, old YK5 was still flying the Unfriendly skies of RSVN. Former Cpl. J.R. Venhous -Submitted by: John Venhous [venhous2@aol.com] 2006-05-28