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    Quote Originally Posted by rinty View Post
    I didn't realize there was a military version of the Jetranger.
    The "standard" military version is the OH-58, can't remember what they called the one in the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retpd2001 View Post
    the "standard" military version is the oh-58, can't remember what they called the one in the picture.
    oh-58d?
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1200RClassic View Post
    oh-58d?
    Your right, a "D" model Kiowa........

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    12/12/12

    ....nice logbook entry date 'eh. Who has it?

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    Flew 1.7 today of evergency procedures with another IP today at Rucker. Maybe I should have limited the flight to 1.2
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyhi2cfar View Post
    ....nice logbook entry date 'eh. Who has it?
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    Uh...

    You escaped Lock'ees Jetstop...er "star" ALIVE; your surely keep'in count!

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    Talking Lifeflight Hellycopter Pilot

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    Flew MU-2's for a year.....medical EMS helicopters since 1992...approaching 10K

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    nice to read about our aviation Beemerphiles
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownie View Post
    USMC Aviator (retired) CH-53D & E, U/V H1N, VH-3D
    Flew MU-2's for a year.....medical EMS helicopters since 1992...approaching 10K

    ATP Rotor & MEL, SPIFR

    nice to read about our aviation Beemerphiles
    What do you fly for LifeFlight? I am with PHI Air Medical......fly those weird french birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownie View Post
    Flew MU-2's for a year.....
    Yeah much longer than that and you probably wouldn't be here. Well I take that back, a guy with your qualifications probably OK, but man those things are real killers.
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    ...those things are real killers...Gilly
    I understand that the accident rates have decreased dramatically since the FAA mandated special type specific initial and recurrent training for the MU2Bs.

    I have long been fascinated by these machines.
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    Thumbs up RetPD

    Thanks for asking Retired PD!!! Air Methods Baptist Lifeflight program; I'm @ the Pensacola base (Lifeflight 1)..SPIFR EC-135 for years.....just went to EC-130...like our other bases (Mobile, Hattiesburg, & Greenville, AL.

    Miss the 135...flew it for 8 years....but times change....no??
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    Thumbs up Giily & Rinty

    They're pretty wild...you just can't fly 'em like a gentleman's aircraft.....gotta be on top of things if one of those Garretts burps!!!!! Taught me a lot about MEL flying!!
    My favorite airplane ever tho' is still the North American T-28 (~700 hrs).
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    MU2s

    Of course my experience is mostly from the 80s when they were killing pretty regularly.
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