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Home Movies - HMM-263, 1965-66

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  • Al Barbour
    started a topic Home Movies - HMM-263, 1965-66

    Home Movies - HMM-263, 1965-66

    Two 8mm movies recently found in a family archive. They were sent to "David L. Fisher, MITBS, MAG-36, MAW, Hawaii". It is assumed that they were sent from a friend at KyHa and eventually made it to Ferris State College in Michigan.

    Submitted to Popasmoke by Richard Griffith, son of deceased. Contains stills and movies on 2 DVD's. About 15 minutes of video.

    Avg. quality amateur movies from Chu Lai and KyHa. '65-'66 era. Included in the movies were scenes from the I Corps bases with pics of UH-34D's from HMM-263 and UH-1E's from VMO-6. If anyone from HMM-263 or VMO-6 is interested, let me know. I will send one copy to a squadron rep for distribution to squadron members.

  • GARY ALLS
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    Hmm-263/vmo-6 films

    Bob,
    I received the film last year and held on to them for a couple of months and have since passed them on.

    Contact me at gjjalls@msn.com and I'll give you a heads up as to who has them now. I will also contact him to let him know that you may be calling or e-mailing.

    You're going to have to break down and join us (HMM/VMM-263) at a reunion soon.

    S/F Gary Alls
    HMM-263 '66-'67
    Last edited by GARY ALLS; 09-15-2010, 00:26.

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  • BOB KEMP
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    I would like to get a copy of the films if you still have them.

    Bob Kemp
    bobkembek@aol.com

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  • BOB KEMP
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    Originally posted by Al Barbour View Post
    Two 8mm movies recently found in a family archive. They were sent to "David L. Fisher, MITBS, MAG-36, MAW, Hawaii". It is assumed that they were sent from a friend at KyHa and eventually made it to Ferris State College in Michigan.

    Submitted to Popasmoke by Richard Griffith, son of deceased. Contains stills and movies on 2 DVD's. About 15 minutes of video.

    Avg. quality amateur movies from Chu Lai and KyHa. '65-'66 era. Included in the movies were scenes from the I Corps bases with pics of UH-34D's from HMM-263 and UH-1E's from VMO-6. If anyone from HMM-263 or VMO-6 is interested, let me know. I will send one copy to a squadron rep for distribution to squadron members.
    Hi Al I would like a copy of the films if you still have them Bob Kemp

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  • timothy
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    Dvd

    Al can you send a copy to HMM-262? We were at Ky Ha in 66, Jake is our CO or you can send it to me and I can circulate it. Tim McMahon 33 Crown Rd. Ewing, NJ 08638
    S/F
    Tim

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