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Helicopter Facts for Meriden, CT
Helicopters in Vietnam seldom flew above 1,500 feet which makes it an altitude for bombers to target the copters. Flying at this altitude always exposed the helicopters and its crew to hostile fire even while their were in their base camps.
The EC120 B, also known as the (Hummingbird) Colibri, is a 1.7 ton, single-engine aircraft designed for mission flexibility.
Fun Helicopter and Airplane Facts for Meriden, CT
Post Vietnam Era Military Pilot Training: From 1971 to 2004, SUPT-H at Fort Rucker primarily operated as an Army owned and controlled program. In 2004, the training remained at Fort Rucker, but the Air Force mission required changes in the training program and the Air Force assumed ownership/responsibility for conducting SUPT-H.