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Osprey on Okinawa

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  • Osprey on Okinawa

    I believe these are the Dragons of VMM-265

    http://www.military.com/daily-news/2...ESRC=marine.nl
    READY - SQUAT THRUST - BEGIN

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    Hmm262 lost a 46 ib thailand last week the pilot was hurt preety bad but havn't heard any mote about it. SF

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      3rd degree burns on 69% of his body and lost an arm is last I heard. He is in Texas being treated.
      Semper Fi
      Tim

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        Nice sunny day here I can't belive its goingdown to 35 tonight. SF

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          Osprey on Okinawa surely high lights the changes since we were there 1945 with our TBMs !! While I got into the Helicopter field in 1950 at HMX-1 even than it was the basic HTL Bell . I had a very good brother (Col Honeycutt ) that arranged a check out on the OSPREY flight trainer at New River. It certainly gave me a "Conversion Shock" from my expierience flying the H34 !!! There are newer concepts now in the development that will increase the speed & are less complex. With the cut backs they may not get in service or if so, much later . SF PM
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            http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-ne...22-joins-fleet

            Osprey now part of HMX 1
            /s/ray

            Raymond J. Norton
            1513 Bordeaux Place
            Norfolk, VA 23509-1313

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