282nd AHC Black Cats Guestbook
I received an email from Phil Marshall who informed me that one of our ships is being restored. The tail number is 64-14049. You can go to this link and check out a little of the history of the ship. The link is: http://www.americanhuey369.com. If you would like any more info I guess you could email Phil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to Ray Boyle for all this information . Nice to hear some of the names again. Watched one of the videos , I am the one holding the little boy by the chopper. I was the supervisor of the airframe repair shop. I and my crew including Ray patched up your ships so you could keep flying. Lots of memories some good some bad. I am living in Brigham City Utah. Pleas write back. And thanks agin Ray for hooking me up with this Web Sight. Dennis (Tin Bender )
Glad to see new web site up and running. I understand that the old hog (rocket ship) wa not destroyed or left in Nam.. It's supposidly is being refitted and restored to tour the country. I got the info from Bill Wilson who was the crew chief and I the gunner. WOuld be nice to visit the old girl again.
Wow, like Tom Pullen said, great job and glad to be able to see how everybody is doing. Last Fall we lost a member from my hometown, Dick Dwyer. I flew a lightship mission with him in early 1969 and he rotated soon after. I was sent a video from a friend about Lam Son: Military Channel http://www.military.com/video/operations-and-strategy/vietnam-war/vietnam-in-hd-operation-lam-son-719/1270776590001/ there are a few pictures of the 282nd AHC ships. I guess that's where our old Huey #529 still is.
messed up the name on last message -- Larry Geer AKA Catdoctor6
Great to see the site up and running. Looks great,thanks to all envolved. Hope to see you all in Kansas. Going to do my best to get Lt. Col Bob Webster and Bobbi to come up with myself and Linda. Going to really miss my guys 'pops' and 'pappy'. Rest in pease all our fallen comrades, you will all live forever in our memories.
Chuck Brawn - Saturday, 16 March 2013 13:37 Black Cat 514 & 334
Hi there. Nice web site. Glad that we now have one of our own. My address is now 3 Hickory Drive Wiscasset, Maine 04578. Will keep in touch. Bye.
My beloved husband, Arthur (Skip) McFetridge passed away Feb.17 2013 he suffered many years with many illnesses from Agent Orange. He was a crew chief on a Blackcat. I believe the number was 547 since I have a picture of him standing in front of it. I do have his photo book, and would very much to share it with you. I think he would have loved this website. I am only sorry I did not look for it until today. If anyone knew my husband, I would love to speak with them. I am putting together a book for my children and grandchildren. My husband, their dad and their grampy died a hero. Thank-you all for your service, and Welcome Home. Everyone of you are hero's. May God Bless you all.
Any one have current info for, Jack McDaniel crew chief 2nd & 3rd 69-70, Larry Joe Giles,CW2 Kiem 69-70? Looking forward to reunion hope to see a great turnout.
I have some sad news to pass along. Carl Austin passed away February 22, 2013 of a heart attack. This is especially sad to me since Carl was my crew chief in Nam. I was really looking forward to seeing him at the reunion especially since this would have been his first. Carl may you rest in peace.
Nice: On a roll again. Reunion Date 13,14,15,June K.C.
Nice job on the website and I'm very happy to see it up and running again. Any updates or details for this years reunion?
Darn good job... Glad to see the page back up and running.
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