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  • #16
    Re: last man out

    Originally posted by hma1369 View Post
    eight cobras provided escort. Four flew with hma-369 and four with hmh-462 (det from 369). 157792 (hmh-462) went down due to fuel starvation. The crew (capt john w bowman and 1st lt david l androskaut) were rescued by uss kirk.
    i have pictures of this bird leaving the uss okinawa on its final flight. It left and never came back. The pilots returned the next morning unharmed.

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