Entry No: 766 | Posted: Sun 27 Sep 2015, 1:14am
Just got home from the Yorkshire air show. The
display by this team was outstanding. It was truly
a privilege to experience this helicopter up close
. And thank you to Rob for the chat after
Woodland, Michigan USA
Entry No: 765 | Posted: Tue 22 Sep 2015, 2:48am
It was a pleasure to meet and chat with Phil
Connolly at the Vietnam Veteran's reunion Kokomo,
In. Hopefully someday our organizations (with your
ground pounders) will be able to meet at a
Wolfhounds Living History Group.
Sister unit to American Huey 369.
Entry No: 764 | Posted: Tue 15 Sep 2015, 18:34pm
Well finally Kokomo reunion is here. As the men,
family and friends will come together to mark the
50th anniversary of the 129th in Vietnam. We
would like to thank the 509 team for sharing this
Huey and 129th history with the people of the UK
and the world. Best Regards.
129th AHC 65-68
Thanks Alex and our very best wishes to all.
Julia & Mark Aldred
Entry No: 763 | Posted: Tue 8 Sep 2015, 4:13am
A big thankyou for the hospitality last Friday. it
was lovely to meet you all, take photographs and
get to watch the Huey & Loach taking off.
We had a great time and can't wait for the
Greg & Buddy
Entry No: 762 | Posted: Wed 12 Aug 2015, 18:28pm
Big thanks to all the Huey crew for their kind
hospitality and fantastic display on Monday for
the Blackpool Air Show. Hope to see you all when
you come over to Leeds!
Entry No: 761 | Posted: Mon 3 Aug 2015, 6:51am
Hope all is well with all our 129th Family in
England. And, the 509 crew. About 7 weeks until
the 129th gathering in Kokomo In. We should have a
good turn out. We appreciate all the 509 crew has
done for the 129th. Thank You All.
Thanks Alex. Our best wishes to you all.
Entry No: 760 | Posted: Fri 10 Jul 2015, 1:20am
I saw your Huey at the latest Barton airshow. I
have been waiting around 30 years to see such a
beautiful machine up close and in action. In all
honesty I didn't think I would ever would get to
see one. I was truly in awe of it and could barely
contain my excitement even just seeing it across
the airfield. What you do keeping the Huey in
pristine working order and the memories and
thoughts attached to it is fantastic and most
commendable. To tell the truth I was a little star
struck by the machine and all of your very
friendly staff involved on the day. Thank you for
the time you took to talk to me and thank you for
making a dream come true.
Entry No: 759 | Posted: Mon 1 Jun 2015, 18:04pm
Living in Wesham, my husband and I have always
loved seeing the Huey flying over our house. We
are hopefully moving even closer to Wesham House
Farm with our son, so my husband and I commented
on how wonderful it will be for our son to watch
the helicopters taking off and landing from our
garden, which prompted us to 'google' Huey's. I
was amazed to find your website and find out the
history of the helicopters on our doorstep. Many
visitors have seen and commented on the Huey which
we assumed was someone's hobby so it's great now
to be able to tell them your story. Keep up the
good work and we look forward to seeing - and
hearing - your wonderful helicopters in the
Entry No: 758 | Posted: Sun 24 May 2015, 16:47pm
Had a fantastic time watching the Huey and Loach
arrive and depart Llandudno and really enjoyed
chatting with Rob and other crew members. What you
have done with the Huey is amazing, the Vietnam
war isn't high in the English conscience but your
helicopter is making people aware that there were
a lot of sacrifices made. Can't wait for the next
hanger tour, thanks again for saving this rare and
Entry No: 757 | Posted: Fri 1 May 2015, 14:39pm
I wish you all a successful 2015 season,looking
forward to see Huey in the air.Good luck!