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Author Topic: Chopper Use in Vietnam Versus Afghanistan  (Read 1249 times)
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« on: 11 November 2011, 12:00:14 »
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Chopper Use in Vietnam Versus Afghanistan

There’s an interesting post that Carl Prine did over at our sister site, Line of Departure, a few months back. It’s all about how he hates the UH-1 Huey because, to him, it represented a lack of control over the ground situation during the Vietnam War. I’ve got to wonder how this compares to our current fight in Afghanistan.

(Somewhat fittingly, I’m writing this post as an Air Force UH-1N Huey from Andrews Air Force Base is thumping around flying circles over my neighborhood in Washington — as the Hueys do multiple times a day here.)

Here’s the meat of Prine’s post: […]


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