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Crew of the Howard Johnson's Sniper Incident in New Orleans

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  • Crew of the Howard Johnson's Sniper Incident in New Orleans

    I am looking for the names of the crew of the CH-46 that was used in the Howard Johnson's sniper incident in New Orleans on January 7, 1973. The pilot was General Pittman and the co-pilot was Ltcol Whimmbler. I flew General Pittman a couple of times when I was in the rReserve Huey Squadron and I met Ltcol Whimmbler when he was the XO of Mag-26 in the early 80's. Would like to know who were the two crew chief's.The CH-46 used in the incident is on static display at Camp Pendalton Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Garfield411
    UH-1N and CH-53D
    Crewchief
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