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HMH 462 in the Viet Nam war

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  • HMH 462 in the Viet Nam war

    My brother Bob Collier was in HMH 462 in the Viet Nam war. He was stationed at Phu Bai in 1968 and 1969. I 'm his twin brother and I was in H&MS 36 engine shop at the same time at Phu Bai. I just want to let you know that HMH 462 was a going squadron and they flew the hell out of the birds in all kinds of weather. The pilots were the very best. We have some pictures of flying that should be on the web site as they are outstanding and nice action shots. Keep up the good work. Semper Fi Guy

    guycollier@islc.net
    Semper Fidelis

    George T. Curtis
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