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Sounds


Experience the thrill and excitement of the Huey at first hand by listening to any of the soundtracks.

Name
Size
Description
marine_helos_rvn.wav
1.44 mb
About Marine helicopters in Vietnam. The importance of the helicopter in the war.
shufly.wav
216 kb
April 15, 1962, first squadron in Vietnam.
popasmoke.wav
382 kb
Roger Herman (HMM-361) explaining what "POP A SMOKE" means.
uh34d.wav
391 kb
Roger Herman (HMM-361) describing the Sikorsky UH-34D helicopter.
jim_farley.wav
2.34 mb
Jim Farley (HMM-163) talks about the events behind his photo (taken by Larry Burrows) on the cover of Life Magazine April 16, 1965
huey.wav
464 kb
Marion Sturkey (HMM-265) talks about the vulnerability of the helicopter in a combat zone and Alan Barbour (VMO-2) talks about the introduction of the UH-1E "Huey" gunship helicopter.
basic_rules.wav
175 kb
Marion Sturkey (HMM-265) gives his basic rules for flying in combat.
pucker_factor.wav
174 kb
Marion Sturkey (HMM-265) describes the 'pucker factor" experienced while flying in combat. [ pucker.html ]
the_bond.wav
229 kb
Roger Herman (HMM-361) talks about the bond between the Marine grunts on the ground and the aircrews in the air.
ch46_ch53.wav
318 kb
The Marines introduce the CH-46 "Sea Knight" and the CH-53 "Sea Stallion" into the war.
khe_sanh.wav
1.19 mb
Dick Rosser (HMM-164) talks about the 77-day seige of Khe Sanh and the non-stop helicopter missions flown to keep the Marines supplied.
medevacs.wav
421 kb
Roger Herman (HMM-361) talks about the importance of the medevac missions and the saying "The Best Medal is a Live Man's Smile".
cobra.wav
683 kb
In 1967, the Marine's deadliest helicopter of the war, the "Cobra" gunship is introduced.
evacuation.wav
357 kb
Gerry Berry (HMM-165) recalls picking up the Ambassador during the evacuation of Saigon in 1975.
evacuation2.wav
416 kb
0800, April 30, 1975... The helicopter war was over. Gerry Berry talks about the evacuation and how it could not have been done without the helicopter.
sturkey.wav
330 kb
Marion Sturkey (HMM-265) talks about the bond and the loyaly found in Vietnam.
manindoorway.mp3
3.7 mb
by Michael Ryerson ; They came in low and hot, close to the trees and dropped their tail in a flare, rocked forward and we raced for the open doorways. This was always the worst for us, we couldn't hear anything and our backs were turned to the tree line. The best you could hope for was a sign on the face of the man in the doorway, leaning out waiting to help with a tug or to lay down some lead.

 










 
 
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