Air Enthusiast 2003-02
G.Winkle - Big Deuce
It took two days, with a battle raging near them, for a MAG-16 maintenance crew to dismantle a UH-34D in Vietnam so that a 'Deuce' could carry it home.
CH-37B acting as an 'aircraft carrier' with an underslung Lockheed T-33A.
Typical Army CH-37B in an overall olive drab (FS 14087).
Last of a breed, CH-37C 145864 on its final flight from Tucson, Arizona, to the Naval Aviation Museum in 'Pensacola, Florida, on February 25, 1981.
CH-37 supporting an 'Aussie Base' in Vietnam.
Several Army CH-37s at Davis-Montan Air Force Base, Arizona, in 1971.
Showing off an unique Arctic paint scheme at Fort Rucker, Alabama, in 1958. Probably this examples was involved in the MARS programme.
Pima Air and Space Museum's CH-37B 58-1005, 'Tired Dude' showing off its cavernous hold.
Distinctive rear view of an Army CH-37 at Fort Rucker, Alabama, in 1958.
An Army CH-37A with an early-style main gear box cowling ('dog-house') and two horizontal stabilisers mounted to the fuselage.
A clean, factory-fresh Marines CH-37C.
An early Marines HR2S-1 hovers over the sea. Probably it is one of four craft tested by HMX-1 in late 1956.
An Army CH-37B shows off its capability to unload a vehicle through the nose doors.
Open engine nacelle of an Iowa Army National Guard CH-37B during an event at Waterloo in 1968.
Delivery of the 100th S-56/CH-37.
It took two days, with a battle raging near them, for a MAG-16 maintenance crew to dismantle a UH-34D in Vietnam so that a 'Deuce' could carry it home.
CH-37B acting as an 'aircraft carrier' with an underslung Lockheed T-33A.
Recovering a downed UH-1 'Huey' in Vietnam.
A former Marines CH-37C serving as a commercial cargo-lifter with Keystone Helicopters.
A view into the cockpit of a Keystone S-56.
Sikorsky CH-37A Mojave.
Recovering a downed UH-1 'Huey' in Vietnam.