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Kaman HH-2D 'SEASPRITE'

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Notes: Upgraded UH-2C. Also NHH-2D.
  Manufacturer:Kaman
  Base model:H-2
  Designation:HH-2
  Version:D
  Nickname:SEASPRITE
  Designation System:U.S. Tri-Service
  Designation Period:1962-Present
  Basic role:Helicopter
  Modified Mission:Search and Rescue
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Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
American Helicopter MuseumWest ChesterPennsylvania
National Museum of Naval AviationNAS PensacolaFlorida

HH-2D on display

American Helicopter Museum

National Museum of Naval Aviation
   


 

Recent comments by our visitors
 mark melia
 windsor, CT
I was a U.S. Marine Geodetic Surveyor attached to the Harkness in 1983- 1984, while working in the Gulf of Suez, Suez Canal nd Red Sea. I flew on the Seasprite and heard it crashed/auto rotated into Gulf or Red Sea? You can reach me on f/b, thanks.
01/03/2015 @ 04:53 [ref: 68859]
 mark melia
 windsor, CT
I was a U.S. Marine Geodetic Surveyor attached to the Harkness in 1983- 1984, while working in the Gulf of Suez, Suez Canal nd Red Sea. I flew on the Seasprite and heard it crashed/auto rotated into Gulf or Red Sea? You can reach me on f/b, thanks.
01/03/2015 @ 04:53 [ref: 68858]
 Ralph Papa
 , NJ
USS Springfield CLG-7 Gaeta, Italy C6F '72-'73
02/05/2013 @ 05:09 [ref: 67551]
 Randy Hentz
 Torew City, PA
I anybody still out there?
04/06/2012 @ 15:12 [ref: 55189]
 Randy
 Tower City, PA
Smily Does anybody know where Teddy Bear, Lt Macy, Lenny KIng are if you are out there let me know.
Thanks
Randy
09/22/2011 @ 17:25 [ref: 49216]
 randallace
 columbus, OH
i have photos of the helmet available - for some reason i cant upload them here ...... email is vshocktrooper@yahoo.com ....

*** I AM ONLY LOOKING FOR INFORMATION FOR MY DISPLAY - NOT TO SELL THE HELMET - NO OFFERS WILL BE ENTERTAINED***
09/13/2011 @ 10:01 [ref: 48905]
 randallace
 columbus, OH
i recently picked up a white flight helmet with orange and yellow stripes marked HSL-31 with a knights head logo on it ..... i am an army man myself and looking for more info on this helmet and its origins for display in my private collection ... any info would be most helpful , thanks .
09/13/2011 @ 09:51 [ref: 48904]
 Ed Sweat
 Orange Park, FL
I was on HSL-30 Det 31, working for ComSixthFlt on the Springfield and Little Rock , Geate It. 1973-1974. Our Helo had snoopy painted on the side, B/N 151309.

Lt. Tom Dean was flying to Naples one afternon and had a tail rotor break in half in flight Good landing saving all on board he was an incredible pilot.

09/02/2011 @ 10:40 [ref: 48394]
 Randy Hentz
 Tower City, PA
I am in the picture of the smiley face H-2 Lenny King and I were the crew cheifs. I was looking for my copy but have not been able to find it. Thanks for putting it on line!!!
07/07/2011 @ 16:00 [ref: 39914]
 smiley fritz
 , MO
Hi mike,i'm glad one of us saved a picture!Brings back a lot of memories!There is a lot more to the history!I remember you,it has been quite a journey,just like it happened yesterday,37 years ,smiley was the first! A's-B's-HH-2C-HH2D-SH-2D-SH-2F we had them all.HC-4 :HSL-30 and then the split to HSL-32.---SMILEY
01/26/2011 @ 21:51 [ref: 35878]

 

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