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Date Posted: Sat, April 02 2005, 20:44:02
Author: wm stewart
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Subject: 18th aviation website
In reply to: Jeff Northridge 's message, "Nice Job!" on Fri, March 18 2005, 22:52:43

The crashed otter was at phan thiet in 68. a lt hunt was one of the pilots. it was just off the end of the runway in an ammo dump. they had an engine problem and ended up short. all three crew were sent back to the states i recall for compression fractures of the spine. i have a color polaroid shot of the same. the folder if you notice says "united stats" instead of "states". i still have mine and it says the same.
1st platoon dec-march 67-68, 2nd platoon april-july 68, 3rd platoon aug-dec 68.

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