Casper aviation platoon Photo Album 38

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Unknown Casper at LZ English 1970

Casper Crew Chief SP5 Ned Costa at Lane Army Airfield 1969

Casper Pilot CW2 Larry Kahila taking a break on a mission 1969

Pilot CW2 Gordy Anderson standing next to 031 in 1968

SP5 Phil Hicks and Casper Unknown at LZ English 1969

Night Hawk & Caspers Richard Andrade, Roger Schweitzer & Robert Tivner LZ English in 1970

Unknown Casper 1969

Unknown Casper 1969

Casper Door Gunner SP4 Jim Small 1969

Unknown Caspers 1969

Casper Huey on the way to Qui Nhon 1968

Ghost Town Showers at LZ English 1969

Casper Huey wreckage on the Casper flight line LZ English 1969

Casper Pilots Cpt Joe Cole & CW2 Bobby Horowitz LZ English 1969

Casper Pilot CW2 Steve Greene puts Huey down near the Dak To Airstrip in 1967

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PHOTO ALBUMS: These Casper Aviation Platoon photo albums are a powerful collection of more than 1,000 pictures that historically documents our units combat role and involvement during the Vietnam War from early 1965 thru 1971.


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Casper 567 bringing in the wounded in Dak To 1967

Casper 121 at an LZ near Bien Hoa in 1967

Casper bringing some Donut Dollies to visit our troops in Dak Pek in early 1968

Casper Pilot LT Skip Reed moving bamboo that was stuck to the skids somewhere in 1967

Casper ship on a hill near Dak To in early 1968

Casper Huey’s arriving at Dak To from Bien Hoa in mid-1967

A Casper crew member enjoying a game of softball in Kontum 1968

Casper on a mission in the Dak To area in 1967

Casper ship in the Tuy Hoa area in 1968

Caspers in the Bien Hoa area in mid-1967