Helicopter Album

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  1. cheddar cheese

    cheddar cheese Active Member

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    Just added a new album for Helicopters of any era. Feel free to contribute :D
     
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    FLYBOYJ "THE GREAT GAZOO"
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    Cool, here's one, good looking crew chief!
     

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    Cool, why not add to the album? :D Only 6 pictures there so far :cry: Im getting a few more at the moment.
     
  4. FLYBOYJ

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    Here's my old Flight for Life Helicopter (already posted)
     

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    How about a Huey with a 200 pound passive IR antenna mounted on the nose!
     

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    Business end of a Hind
    image is from my own personel files and may be used in the public domain
     

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  7. the lancaster kicks ass

    the lancaster kicks ass Active Member

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    It sure is.
     
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    It looks like there aint enough room on board for someones suit case Fly so they strapped it to the front :) (by the way do you still have the lip fluff all you have to do is wax it and instant chocks away chaps :lol: )
     
  10. FLYBOYJ

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    Yep, the full lip fluff! :lol:
     
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    When the workhorse gets mad..
     

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    Well I will definnatly contribute here since I am rotorhead. Ive got lots of great pics to post, just got to get them organized.
     
  13. cheddar cheese

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    Yeah you should put some in the Album. Im doing my best at the moment. 8)
     
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    Well here are my first contributions:

    The 1st one is my Blackhawk when I went to pick it back up in Mannheim Germany after it got back from Iraq. The other 3 are of a Huey going to the mothball joint (breaks down and cries) in Mannheim Germany. It was originally used as Opfor for training when we went to the field.
     

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    Nice pics 8) Damn, Blackhawks look good.
     
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    Nice shots Adler id love to get me mitts inside something like that, mind you by the time id have fininshed it couldnt be used as a blender.
    so if you ever need some dismantling doing Im yer man. :)
     
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    Some good pics there, Adler.
     
  18. HealzDevo

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    Then wait till you look at some of mine. Unfortunately can't remember the sources but have stated that when posting them. I got them through search-engine looking.
     
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    Here's a picture of a HC.2 Wessex from 22 Sqd. SAR Wing who my dad served with at RAF Leuchars. He fixed the the helicopter in the picture!
     

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    Ive often woundered D why the US Coast Guard and the RAF/Navy Airsea rescue favour different recovery methods The UK seem to go for the Strop and winch man where as the US prefer to use a basket. any Ideas? Perhaps Les with his watery connections or Skim being a Matlot
    could help
     
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