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15-7672 — - Long gone now are the phrogs. Caught this E-model passing through but with no unit markings. Circa 2007
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Long gone now are the phrogs. Caught this E-model passing through but with no unit markings. Circa 2007

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Paul Wisgerhof
The last of these flew on August 1, 2015, with the last one delivered to Udvar-Hazy for exhibition. All of them were in MMH or MMT squadrons.
a mentor
GREAT summary of 46 vs 47 differences are at
https://thechive.com/2017/09/14/its-not-a-chinookvisual-difference-of-ch-46-vs-ch-47-helicopters/
David Darrah
Should be HMM or HMT squadrons. I have 3000 hrs in these birds. Great machine.
David Seider
Something is definitely wrong here - like I'm peering into an alternate universe or something.

This phrog is just WAY too clean! :o
I mean, even if it has just flown in from the paint hanger, it should be filthy by now!

j/k, folks
ROBERT MILLS JR
Nevertheless dudes, this is a beautiful flying machine.
Thanks for sharing your love for all aircraft Bobby Allison!
Reg Steele
They also were in Marine HMM squadrons in Vietnam starting in 1966.
I flew one.
Bobby AllisonPhoto Uploader
Thank you Robert!
Robert Cowling
Wow, that is a beauty. The Chinook is so 'big'. This is more 'tactical'? *shrug* To scrap usable equipment is silly. But it's not their money I guess. Is there a back story on why they are killing them?
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