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Nie wybacza przebaczenia straconych film wadlowa serio operacja plastyczna się 16646 assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment. Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972. Registered N2038G Nov 19; reregistered N369DR Oct 19 Registered N369DR Oct 19; current 16648 assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Apr 1969- 1969 assigned to Headquarters Headquarters 44th Engineer Group Korat, Thailand Mar 1969. Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Apr 1969-Dec 1969. Accident Dec 15 South Vietnam. One of the blades flexed down on touchdown severing the tail boom. The detached tail boom and tail rotor sailed to a point approximately 30 to 35 feet front of the aircraft where it landed. Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company Dec 1969- 1970 Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 1970-Aug 1970 Assigned to Headquarters 82nd Airborne Division, 3rd Army, Fort Bragg Sep 1970- 1971 Assigned to Headquarters Headquarters Company, 931st Engineer Aviation Group, 3rd Army, Fort Benning Feb 1971-Oct 1971 Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1971 Transferred to US Navy as 676649. Registered N649CS to County Sheriff's Office, Punta Gorda, FL, Oct 6; sale reported Dec 5, cancelled Aug 13. 2014, Military Machines of American Freedom acquired a Hughes OH-6A Loach helicopter, Serial 67, from the Hernando County Sheriff's Office This helicopter be restored for static display and repainted to its original military colors and configuration. 16650 accident Oct 22 South Vietnam 16651 shot down and crashed South Vietnam Sep 7. 2 16652 Assigned to 610th Transportation Company Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Sep 1970. Accident Sep 10 South Vietnam 16653 Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1969. Destroyed Nov 16 during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN. 16654 assigned to Headquarters Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division Flying Circus Apr 1969- 1969 assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock 1969-Aug 1969. Assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division. Accident Nov 22 South Vietnam 16656 assigned 20th Transportation Company Accident Nov 2 South Vietnam 16657 assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry. Shot down 15 Binh Province, RVN, when hit by fire, hit the nose first, catching fire on impact 16658 assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns. Accident 18 South Vietnam 16659 assigned to US Army National Guard Colorado. To Heli Tech, Panama City Airport Panama City, FL. 16661 assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Apr 1969-Jul 1969 Registered N6253F; cancelled Registered N336HH Mar 22. Registered to Foxtrot Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 8; current 16662 assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry. Accident Dec 11 South Vietnam 16663 registered N474SD to Citrus County Sheriff's Department, Inverness, FL, Feb 23; current 16664 assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse. Accident Jul 7 South Vietnam 16665 accident 27, South Vietnam 16666 assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969- 1970. Shot down 8 near LZ Schuller on the Mang Pass, South Vietnam. The aircraft spun into the trees and crashed about 50-feet from a 30-cal position and blew up. 16667 assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. Accident Jun 5 South Vietnam 16668 assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1971-Dec 1971. Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company Accident Oct 15 South Vietnam The aircraft at the National Warplane Museum is 67, painted as 67 16669 shot down by RPG northern A Shau valley, SVN 28. Both crew 16671 stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola Ferguson Field, FL 16672 shot down by fire Kien Province, SVN 12. Exploded midair and crashed, 2 16673 Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment damage Jun 26 South Vietnam by small arms fire. The aircraft made a precautionary landing. After the aircraft was recovered it became a `hanger for several months. It was deemed not economically repairable. There was too much main structural fuselage station and tail boom damage along with electrical wiring bundles that were too bullet cutup to make repair worthwhile. Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse D Troop 3th acquired the remains and the paper work. A few more months went by, and D troop had rebuilt themselves a reliable little hash and trash bird. The D Troop maintenance and the LSI civilian contract mechanics had taken one of their own shot up hulks and 16673 and spliced them together. The Hughes Tech Rep came by and told them that there was no way that this could be done without factory jigs. He said that it was going to be always out of rig and never fly right. The D Troop's Maintenance Officer informed the Hughes that they had already made two hash and trash trips to Vung Tau and back already. The 3th Cav used the tail number of #16658