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From: Roger Ek aka Seawolf 25

    I lived in YS for 8 months in 1970. Nha Be is in YS. I'll check the grid and send you a bearing and distance from Tu Do Street. That ought to do it. If he has a GPS and they let him use it that will put him close.
    I also figured the latitude and longitude from my map. UTM grids vary from system to system. Lat/long varies much less.
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    That site is on a river bank southeast of Saigon. I have overflown it many times. It is 3 kilometers south of the old rubber plantation. The name of the river is Rach Ong Keo. You could drive to within 1.4 kilometers of the site. That's less than a mile. Geographic coords are N 10 deg 39.810 min E 106 deg 50.889 min
Bearing and distance from the square in front of the old National Assembly is 123 deg 20.25 kilometers or
123 deg 12.6 miles From Saigon, take a motor scooter out to Cat Lai. Take the ferry across to Phuoc Luong. Follow the road (old Route 25 southeast about 2.6 kilometers to a fork in the road at Cao Rach Cong. Go right and follow the road (old Route 319) about 5.3 kilometers to a place called Cao Ong Keo. There is a dike or foot path leading south southwest to the river bank. The crash site is on the river bank.
Another kilometer down the road from Cao Ong Keo is a hamlet called Xam Ong Keo. There is also a trail leading south southwest to the river from there.



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  The Aircraft- 63-08550

Helicopter UH-1B 63-08550
Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Date: 11/07/1964
Accident case number: 0A821 Fatality Accident
Number killed in accident = 0 . . Injured = 0 . . Passengers = 0
costing 360
Source(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Army Aviation Safety Center database.

Crew Members:
P CW LINDSEY BW
IP O1 KEGELMEYER

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Date: 09/09/1965
Incident number: 0C784ACD Accident case number: 0C784 Total Loss Accident
Unit: 101 ABN
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was LOSS TO INVENTORY
This was a Recon mission for Armed Escort , Other Aircraft.
Unknown this helicopter was Unknown at UNK feet and UNK knots.
South Vietnam
Count of hits was not possible because the helicopter burned or exploded.
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
Systems damaged were: PERSONNEL
Casualties = 04 DOI . . Number killed in accident = 4 . . Injured = 0 . . Passengers = 0
The helicopter Crashed. Aircraft Destroyed.
Both mission and flight capability were terminated.
Burned
costing 193648
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Army Aviation Safety Center database. Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 01515, MISC, CRAFX, CASRP (Miscellaneous. Crash Facts Message. Casualty Report. )

Crew Members:
AC CW2 REAGAN ROBERT WILLIAM KIA
P 1LT DADANTE LEONARD JOHN KIA
CE SP5 SIMKAITIS ERICH KIA
G PFC HIPKE HARRY ALLAN KIA

War Story:
Although this helicopter was written off because of this incident, it was later rebuilt and returned to service
This record was last updated on 05/25/1998

The following is crew member information for this incident:

Name: 1LT Leonard John Dadante
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 09/09/1965 while performing the duty of Pilot.
Age at death: 23.8
Date of Birth: 11/30/1941
Home City: Cleveland, OH
Service: TC branch of the reserve component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 101 ABN
Major organization: 101st Airborne Division
Flight class: 65-2
Service: TC branch of the U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 02E-078
Short Summary: Being checked as a new pilot took fire low level and crashed? With IP Reagan, CE Simkaitis, G Hipke.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Thunderbird
Service number: O5222131
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 1981 = 19 Rotary Wing Aviator (Unit Commander)
Primary cause: Hostile Fire
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: weapons
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: pilot
Started Tour: 05/24/1965
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - pilot
Length of service: 02
Location: Unknown Province
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Hostile - killed
married male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Roman Catholic
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: officer
This record was last updated on 08/20/1995


Name: PFC Harry Allan Hipke
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 09/09/1965 while performing the duty of Gunner.
Age at death: 18.7
Date of Birth: 12/17/1946
Home City: Gleason, WI
Service: regular component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 101 ABN
Major organization: 101st Airborne Division
Service: U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 02E-079
Short Summary: P O2 DADANTE AC CW REAGAN CE E5 SIMKAITIS G E3 HIPKE killed.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Thunderbird
Service number: 16800321
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 36A10 = Wireman
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: weapons
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: door gunner
Started Tour: 09/05/1965
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Length of service: 01
Location: Unknown Province
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Hostile - killed
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Lutheran (Missouri Synod)
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: enlisted personnel
This record was last updated on 07/29/1995


Name: CW2 Robert William Reagan
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 09/09/1965 while performing the duty of Aircraft Commander.
Age at death: 34.6
Date of Birth: 02/04/1931
Home City: Miami, FL
Service: AV branch of the reserve component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 101 ABN
Major organization: 101st Airborne Division
Service: AV branch of the U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 02E-079
Short Summary: P Dadante, CE Simkaitis, G Hipke. While checking out new pilot (Dadante), took fire low level and crashed. Took several days to recover
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Thunderbird
Service number: W3151304
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 062B = Helicopter Pilot, Utility and Light Cargo Single Rotor
Primary cause: Hostile Fire
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: weapons
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: co-pilot
Started Tour: 02/28/1965
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Length of service: 04
Location: Unknown Province
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Hostile - killed
married male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Methodist (Evangelical United Brethren)
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: warrant officer
This record was last updated on 07/20/1998


Name: SP5 Erich Simkaitis
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 09/09/1965 while performing the duty of Crew Chief.
Age at death: 22.6
Date of Birth: 01/22/1943
Home City: Tampa, FL
Service: regular component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 101 ABN
Major organization: 101st Airborne Division
Service: U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 02E-080
Short Summary: P O2 DADANTE AC CW REAGAN CE E5 SIMKAITIS G E3 HIPKE were killed.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Thunderbird
Service number: 14807877
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 67N20 = UH-1 Helicopter Repairer
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: weapons
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: crew member
Started Tour: 04/12/1965
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Length of service: 03
Location: Unknown Province
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Hostile - killed
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Lutheran (Missouri Synod)
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: enlisted personnel
This record was last updated on 07/29/1995

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Date: 10/12/1965
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was an Unknown mission
Unknown this helicopter was on Take-Off at 0500 feet and 080 knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
Systems damaged were: COMM SYS
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 01390, JSIDR (Joint Services Incident Damage Report. )

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00000559
Date: 04/26/1967
Unit: ARMY AVN DIV
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was a Recon mission for Armed Recon
While Enroute this helicopter was at Level Flight at 0500 feet and UNK knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Bottom
Systems damaged were: FUEL SYS
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
for 800.00
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: LNOF, 72572, FM232 (Lindenmuth Old Format Data Base. )

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00000675
Date: 06/01/1967
Unit: USARV FLT DET
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was a Recon mission for Armed Escort , Other Aircraft.
While Enroute this helicopter was in Bank Right at 0020 feet and UNK knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Tail Section
Systems damaged were: GEAR BOX
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
for 1533.00
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: LNOF, 72826, FM232 (Lindenmuth Old Format Data Base. )

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00000675
Date: 06/24/1967
Unit: USARV FLT DET
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was a Recon mission for Armed Escort , Other Aircraft.
While Enroute this helicopter was in Bank Right at 0050 feet and UNK knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Engine Compartment
Systems damaged were: FUEL SYS, ELECTRICAL SYS
The helicopter made a Precautionary Landing. Aircraft is later recovered by any means other than its own power.
Both mission and flight capability were terminated.
for 771.00
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: LNOF, 72972, FM232 (Lindenmuth Old Format Data Base. )

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00000715
Date: 07/23/1967
Unit: USARV FLT DET
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
for Close Air Support
While in Target Area this helicopter was Attacking at 0800 feet and UNK knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 3 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Cockpit
Systems damaged were: DRIVESHAFT, STRUCTURE, PERSONNEL
The armor protecting the personnel was effective.
Casualties = 02 WIA . .
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: LNOF, 73299, FM232 (Lindenmuth Old Format Data Base. )

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00001154
Date: 09/05/1968
Unit: 128 AHC
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was a Recon mission for Armed Escort , Other Aircraft.
While on Landing Zone this helicopter was on Take-Off at 0500 feet and 080 knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 5 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Cockpit
Systems damaged were: PERSONNEL
Casualties = 01 WIA . .
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P3, 24906 ()

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00001205
Date: 10/04/1968
Unit: 128 AHC
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was a Recon mission for Armed Escort , Other Aircraft.
While in Target Area this helicopter was Attacking at 0050 feet and 040 knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 6 hits from:
Explosive Weapon; Non-Artillery launched or static weapons containing explosive charges. (MINE)
The helicopter was hit in the Passenger Cargo Section causing Fragmentation Damage.
Systems damaged were: PERSONNEL, MAIN ROTOR SYS
Casualties = 01 WIA . .
The helicopter made a Forced Landing. Aircraft took off, fully flight capable.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Aircraft repaired on the spot with tools and parts on hand
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P3, 27801 ()

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
The Army purchased this helicopter 0264
Total flight hours at this point: 00001722
Date: 06/04/1969
Incident number: 690604271ACD Accident case number: 690604271 Total loss or fatality Accident
Unit: 128 AHC
The station for this helicopter was Phu Loi in South Vietnam
UTM grid coordinates: YS023796
Number killed in accident = 4 . . Injured = 0 . . Passengers = 2
costing 530760
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Army Aviation Safety Center database. Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: OPERA (Operations Report. )
Loss to Inventory

Crew Members:
AC WO1 ZAPPINI JOSEPH VINCENT JR KIA
P WO1 MAYER OSCAR CLEMENT III KIA
CE SP5 TURNER MICHAEL DENTIS KIA
G SP4 FINCH PATRICK DALE KIA

Passengers:
 UNK MF ASSEMBLER, MFP, G; O4 MR VEAL, LCO, G;

Accident Summary:
 THE AIRCRAFT WAS ON A COMBAT ASSAULT MISSION SERVING AS SECURITY FOR A COMPANY SIZE INSERTION OF ARVN RANGERS AND THEIR AMERICAN ADVISORS FROM THE 34TH RANGER BATTALION. WHILE ON THIS MISSION, THE AIRCRAFT CRASHED INTO THE SAIGON RIVER KILLING ALL FOUR CREWMEMBERS ABOARD. AFTER RETURNING TO THE OPERATIONAL AREA FROM REFUELING AND REARMING AT NHA BE, RVN, THE AIRCRAFT COMMANDER RADIOED STATING THAT HE HAD SIGHTED A BUNKER COMPLEX AND WAS GOING INBOUND TO POP SMOKE ON THE COMPLEX. ACCORDING TO EYE WITNESS STATEMENTS, AFTER ROLLING OUT OF THE BANK, THE NOSE OF THE AIRCRAFT STARTED TO TUCK AT APPROXIMATELY 100 FEET ABOVE GROUND LEVEL. THE AIRCRAFT CONTINUED IN A GRADUAL NOSE LOW CONDITION UNTIL THE AIRCRAFT APPEARED TO REACH A VERTICAL ATTITUDE. THE AIRCRAFT HELD THIS ATTITUDE FOR A BRIEF SECOND AND THEN CONTINUED ON OVER INTO AN INVERTED ATTITUDE AT APPROXIMATELY 75 FEET ABOVE GROUND LEVEL. THE AIRCRAFT CRASHED INTO THE RIVER IN AN INVERTED POSITION, IMPACTING TAIL FIRST. WITNESSSES OBSERVED THAT THE AIRCRAFT WAS IN TACT PRIOR TO IMPACT. THE AIRCRAFT IMPACTED INVERTED ON AN APPROXIMATE AZIMUTH OF 080 DEGREES. ON IMPACT, THE TAILBOOM, ROTOR SYSTEM, TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE WERE TORN FREE OF THE WRECKAGE. ONLY THE ROTOR SYSTEM, TRANSMISSION, AND AIRCRAFT CABIN WERE RECOVERED. THE NAVY DIVERS COULD NOT LOCATE THE TAILBOOM AND ENGINE BEFORE THE AREA HAD TO BE EVACUATED DUE TO HOSTILE FIRE. THERE WAS NO FIRE CONNECTED WITH THE ACCIDENT.\\
This record was last updated on 09/20/1998

The following is crew member information for this incident:

Name: SP4 Patrick Dale Finch
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 06/04/1969 while performing the duty of Gunner.
Age at death: 20.2
Date of Birth: 03/20/1949
Home City: Rockford, IL
Service: regular component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 128 AHC
Major organization: 1st Aviation Brigade
Service: U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 23W-063
Short Summary: Gunship hit wire put up by VC and crashed inverted into the Siagon River. With WO1 Zappini, WO1 Mayer, SP5 Turner.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Service number: 16904387
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 67A1F = Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: unknown
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: door gunner
Started Tour: 06/23/1968
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Length of service: 01
Location: Bien Hoa Province III Corps.
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Non-hostile - died of other causes
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Roman Catholic
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: non-battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: enlisted personnel
This record was last updated on 07/28/1994


Name: WO1 Oscar Clement Mayer III
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 06/04/1969 while performing the duty of Pilot.
Age at death: 19.5
Date of Birth: 11/22/1949
Home City: Lititz, PA
Service: AV branch of the reserve component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 128 AHC
Major organization: 1st Aviation Brigade
Flight class: 68-19/68-33
Service: AV branch of the U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 23W-065
Short Summary: Gunship hit wires put up by the VC and crashed into Saigon River. With WO1 Zappini, SP5 Turner, and SP4 Finch
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Gunslinger
Service number: W3162385
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 100B = Utility/Observation Helicopter Pilot
Primary cause: A/C Accident
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: drowning
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: pilot
Started Tour: 12/20/1968
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - pilot
Location: Bien Hoa Province III Corps.
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Non-hostile - died of other causes
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: unknown
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: non-battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: warrant officer
This record was last updated on 08/08/1999


Name: SP5 Michael Dentis Turner
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 06/04/1969 while performing the duty of Crew Chief.
Age at death: 21.9
Date of Birth: 07/06/1947
Home City: Ft Leonard Wood, MO
Service: regular component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 128 AHC
Major organization: 1st Aviation Brigade
Service: U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 23W-068
Short Summary: Gunship hit wire put up by VC and crashed inverted into the Saigon River. With WO1 Zappini, WO1 Mayer, and SP4 Finch.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Service number: 16992323
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 67N20 = UH-1 Helicopter Repairer
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: unknown
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: crew chief
Started Tour: 09/13/1967
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Length of service: 02
Location: Bien Hoa Province III Corps.
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Non-hostile - died of other causes
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Baptist - other groups
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: non-battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: enlisted personnel
This record was last updated on 07/24/1994


Name: WO1 Joseph Vincent Zappini, Jr.
Status: Killed In Action from an incident on 06/04/1969 while performing the duty of Aircraft Commander.
Age at death: 21.3
Date of Birth: 02/19/1948
Home City: Orlando, FL
Service: AV branch of the reserve component of the U.S. Army.
Unit: 128 AHC
Major organization: 1st Aviation Brigade
Flight class: 68-13/68-21
Service: AV branch of the U.S. Army.
The Wall location: 23W-069
Short Summary: Gunship hit wire put up by VC and crashed inverted into the Saigon River. With WO1 Mayer, SP5 Turner, and SP4 Finch.
Aircraft: UH-1B tail number 63-08550
Call sign: Gunslinger
Service number: W3161710
Country: South Vietnam
MOS: 100B = Utility/Observation Helicopter Pilot
Major attributing cause: aircraft connected not at sea
Compliment cause: drowning
Vehicle involved: helicopter
Position in vehicle: aircraft commander
Started Tour: 10/04/1968
"Official" listing: helicopter air casualty - other aircrew
Location: Bien Hoa Province III Corps.
Reason: aircraft lost or crashed
Casualty type: Non-hostile - died of other causes
single male U.S. citizen
Race: Caucasian
Relgion: Baptist - other groups
The following information is secondary, but may help in explaining this incident.
Category of casualty as defined by the Army: non-battle dead Category of personnel: active duty Army Military class: warrant officer
This record was last updated on 08/08/1999

The following is Goldbook information on US Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 63-08550
It is provided here as an ESTIMATE of the history of this helicopter and is not intended to be the final authority.
This helicopter was purchased by the US Army in 0264.
Please provide any additional information on this helicopter to the VHPA.
DATE  FLT HRS    UIC      UNIT          AREA          POST          COUNTRY
6610  50  363 3456   BELL HCPTR       BAILMENT   FT WORTH         AVCOM     
6611  52  415 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6612  58  473 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6701  17  490 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6702  30  520 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6703   0  520 3456   POST SUPPLY      6TH ARMY   FORT ORD         6TH ARMY    
6704  39  559 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6705  51  610 3456   ARMY AVN DIV     6TH ARMY   DUGWAY PG        TEVALCOM      
6706  65  675 3456   USARV FLT DET    VIETNAM                     RVN     
6707  40  715 3456   USARV FLT DET    VIETNAM                     RVN     
6708   0  715 3456   BELL HCPTR       BAILMENT   FT WORTH         AVCOM     
6709   0  715 W0Y6AA INTRANSIT        IN TRANSIT                  AVCOMCTR
6710   0  715 W0MUAA ARADMAC          4TH ARMY   NAVAL AIR STA    AVCOM         
6711   0  715 W0MUAA ARADMAC          4TH ARMY   NAVAL AIR STA    AVCOM         
6712   0  715 W0MUAA ARADMAC          4TH ARMY   NAVAL AIR STA    AVCOM         
6801   2  717 W0MUAA ARADMAC          IN MAINT   NAVAL AIR STN    AVCOM        
6802  31  748 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6803  61  809 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6804  54  863 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6805  56  919 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6806  38  957 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6807  73 1030 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6808  76 1106 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6809  48 1154 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6810  51 1205 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6811  96 1301 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6812  57 1358 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6901  80 1438 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6902  62 1500 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6903  43 1543 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6904  80 1623 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6905  82 1705 WC3HAA 128 ASLT HEL CO  VIETNAM                     RVN     
6906  17 1722 WC5DAA 605 TRANS CO DS  VIETNAM                     RVN     

Please send additions or corrections to:
Gary Roush
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