Collierville TN. USA
Entry No: 782 | Posted: Wed 25 Jul 2018, 21:48pm
Phil and the 509 team just want to say hello. Time
has flown by. Hope all is well in the UK and your
getting some good flying in. We have lost some
great men of the 129th Family. They won�t be
Forgotten.I guess time is finally catching up on
us. Every time you take 509 on a flight we�re with
you in spirit.
Entry No: 781 | Posted: Mon 30 Apr 2018, 18:51pm
Well done to you guy's for making the most iconic
Helicopter ever to be accesible to the General
Ive loved the Huey since i was a
small lad so well done for keeping the History alive
Look forward to seeing you in
the near future !!
WO-1 Gary E Monsees
Hamilton, NJ, USA
Entry No: 780 | Posted: Wed 10 Jan 2018, 12:25pm
I flew with the 129th in Vietnam from Feb 72 to
Oct 72. The first 4 months I was in the
maintenance platoon and the second four month I
was in a lift platoon that supported the ROK
I took part in restoring a
non-flyable Huey for display at the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial, Museum and Education Center in
Holmdel, NJ.We worked every Monday for 15 months
to restore it. It was 30 vets and the daughter of
one of the vets that did all the painting of the
Entry No: 779 | Posted: Thu 31 Aug 2017, 15:55pm
Thank you for the hard work and dedication. Keep
it up and stay safe!
Entry No: 778 | Posted: Tue 30 May 2017, 22:20pm
Awesome to see the Huey at Skylive. I have been
wanting to see one up close for years (huge
Apocolypse Now fan). We were lucky enough to see
and hear it arrive as we were waiting in
traffic. The sound of it is one of the best sounds
I've heard. Had a great chat with one of the staff
(dressed as american soldier) very friendly and
knowledgeable. Hopefully will be visiting at your
Denise and john grif
Entry No: 777 | Posted: Sat 26 Aug 2017, 0:16am
Hi, We were over the moon to see the iconic Huey in
flight, what a wonderfully site to see at Lytham, we hope you get everything in place and wish you
Denise and john griffin
Entry No: 776 | Posted: Mon 16 Jan 2017, 3:54am
Absolutely brilliant effort to bring to the UK and
fly these icons of the Vietnam conflict.
I wish you every success for the future and hope
to see these magnificent warbirds again soon.
Thank you for keeping history alive and I
can't wait to see the trio of types.
Entry No: 775 | Posted: Sat 29 Oct 2016, 23:06pm
Great day at the Hangar Open Day today, 29th
October. Shame about the weather, but what can you
do! At least we still got to see the helicopters
fly, eventually, quite laa
te in the day due
to the weather. Great too, to meet up with a
couple of old friends Mark and Judith, hadn't seen
them in years, great to catch up!
Entry No: 774 | Posted: Sun 2 Oct 2016, 2:51am
great helicopter, one of the best, made.
Entry No: 773 | Posted: Sun 2 Oct 2016, 1:58am
I'm a massive fan of the Huey and its history.
Your site is now on my favourites list. Keep up
the good work guys, your efforts are greatly