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Looking for HOK-1 (H-43-D) Personel

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  • sparsons
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    Originally posted by rivmock View Post
    I joined VMO-6 (avionics) in April, 1965. We had 6 HOKs. By May they were gone and we were totally UH-1E. I work at the New England Air Museum and am the team leader on our latest restoration project, HOK-1/OH-43D (129801)
    There were several VMO-6 HOKs at Rosenbaum Aviation (Medford, Oregon) when I got back from Vietnam in October ‘69. Rosenbaum converted aircraft for borate bombing and other suppression work, so I suspect that was what happened to them.

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  • rivmock
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    I joined VMO-6 (avionics) in April, 1965. We had 6 HOKs. By May they were gone and we were totally UH-1E. I work at the New England Air Museum and am the team leader on our latest restoration project, HOK-1/OH-43D (129801)

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  • kells
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    I flew them in 1960-1963 with VMO-6 and VMO-2. They were fun to fly, but I'm glad we didn't use them country.

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  • rrtalbot
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    VMO-6 & VMO-2 1961 thru 1963 for me.

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  • habu02
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    VMO-1 and HMR(C)263 in the late 50's

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  • rrtalbot
    started a topic Looking for HOK-1 (H-43-D) Personel

    Looking for HOK-1 (H-43-D) Personel

    Anyone who took care or flew these incredible choppers
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