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Birth of Marine Helicopters

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  • Birth of Marine Helicopters

    This was the beginning of all our Helicopter Squadrons . (Can this be rotated ?)
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    Re: Birth of Marine Helicopters

    Paul

    Is this any better?
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      Re: Birth of Marine Helicopters

      Yep Thanks, thats what I couldnt get after it was posted can the original be rotated ??

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        Re: Birth of Marine Helicopters

        In 1957 the first "Presidential Mission "was born. My old Friend MSgt Himmileberg became the first "Presidential Crew Chief" . We were in the HO5S class at Bridgeport Ct early 1951.
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