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Veterans Working to Restore Huey Helicopter

By Vietnam Magazine 
Originally published by Vietnam magazine. Published Online: January 29, 2014 
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(All Images: Courtesy New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation)
(All Images: Courtesy New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation)

Veterans are restoring a 1964 Huey helicopter for an exhibit in front of the Vietnam Era Museum and Education Center in Holmdel, N.J. Vietnam veterans as well as veterans of more recent wars pitched in to sand and paint the chopper, which the group hopes to install by the foundation's annual Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day on May 7, 2014.

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4 Responses to “Veterans Working to Restore Huey Helicopter”

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    Scott Cleland says:

    You guys really rock….love aviation, love Hueys and I love heritage. What a wonderful combo. More power to you lads. :o)

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    John Brennan says:

    Vietnam veterans are my unsung heroes. Thank you gentlemen for everything you do, you are the best.

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    Sam Moore says:

    Lots of Army time in Viet Nam as a flying crew chief, over 26 months. Then lots of Air Force hours in Hueys. Wish I lived closer, ND is a long way away, I would love to be part of the project. Keep up the good work guys.

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    John Dodd says:

    The Huey 363 group in Indiana has restored two and fly them at events.

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