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De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (C-GLCW)


LCW (a Vietnam veteran of US Army 18th Aviation Co.) sits peacefully on the Albany River in Northern Ontario to pick up a load of moose hunters.


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Jack Tressler
I crewed an Otter with the 18th in Vietnam.
Does anyone know what the Army tail number was on this plane?
The Otters did a super job in VN
Angus McKenziePhoto Uploader
Hi Jack,
LCW was Reliable 310 with the 18th.
Jack Tressler
Thank you so much Angus.
It’s nice to put a tail number to the plane.
Yes, we were LOW, SLOW and RELIABLE
serge LOTH
Brave OTTER... For seaplane flyers…like me.. Canada is the paradise..
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