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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
   


 

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 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]
 Bob McDonald
 Denver, CO
Just a note I have 30 or so photos of you guys droping supplies on the indo islands tail #9031 and 1309 in the years 1983 and 4
If one of you guys were there it would be great to here from you.
My email. Noasado@yahoo.com
01/23/2011 @ 19:42 [ref: 35860]
 Bob mcdonald
 Denver, CO
I was on the Chauvenet and Harkness, one of the guys that were drop off on an island, in the Jave sea (1983-4) set uo Argo for survey position data. One of you guys might have droped me off on the islands.
Came across the site and had to say hi and thanks. If anyone out there knows any info let me know. Am trying to get in touch with some old friends on the ship and the like.
01/23/2011 @ 19:12 [ref: 35859]

 

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