- Return of the Hun
- They Weren’t Supposed to Fly… American Huey 369 Organization
- Warrior 11… The Million Dollar Wound
The Heritage Flight Museum’s O-1 Bird Dog provides the catalyst for an introduction to Colonel Samuel Raines, who tells what it was like to fly low and slow over enemy territory in Southeast Asia.
Go on a history trip with Scott Germain as he expertly presents the story of the P&W R-4360, its marriage to the amazing F2G Super Corsair, and the restoration of the only two flying examples, Race 57 and Race 74.
When Peter Bales bought an OH-6 Cayuse, the type he loved flying as a young Warrant Officer in Vietnam, he discovered a welcome historical connection.
Dean Cutshall’s F-100F Super Sabre is a rare and dazzling example of the first jet design in the “Century Series” of USAF fighters from the Vietnam and Cold War eras.
The Yanks Air Museum recently flew their EC-121 Warning Star to their home in Chino, CA. What is an EC-121 and why did it take seven years to get it moved? Frank Mormillo tells the story.
What started as a plan to restore a UH-1H Huey to static display grew into an organization with two flying Hueys and another one in the works. The “Cinderella story” of the American Huey 369 Organization is an amazing tale of success.
On March 8, 1968, a UH-1D of the 336th Assault Helicopter Company was involved in an incident that would ultimately ensure her survival from the combat zone in Vietnam.