Helicopter UH-1B 62-01893

Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 01/24/1965
Accident case number: 0B258 Fatality Accident
Number killed in accident = 0 . . Injured = 0 . . Passengers = 0
costing 750
Source(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Army Aviation Safety Center database.

Crew Members:
IP O2 DEPPEY RG


Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 02/12/1965
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
for Close Air Support
Unknown this helicopter was Unknown at UNK feet and UNK knots.
Not Reported
Count of hits was not possible because the helicopter burned or exploded.
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
Systems damaged were: FUEL SYS
The helicopter made an Emergency Landing. Aircraft is later recovered by any means other than its own power.
Both mission and flight capability were terminated.
Additional damage upon landing
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 11807, MISC (Miscellaneous. )


Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 03/26/1965
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
for Liaison
While on Landing Zone this helicopter was on Take-Off at 0450 feet and 060 knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Tail Section
Systems damaged were: DRIVESHAFT
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 10965, JSIDR (Joint Services Incident Damage Report. )


Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 06/15/1965
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
This was an Unknown mission
Unknown this helicopter was Unknown at UNK feet and UNK knots.
Not Reported
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
The helicopter was hit in the Equipment Section
Systems damaged were: ENGINE
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 01810 ()


Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 06/29/1965
This was a Combat incident. This helicopter was REPAIRED IN THEATER
for Close Air Support
While on Landing Zone this helicopter was Landing at 0050 feet and 030 knots.
South Vietnam
Helicopter took 1 hits from:
Small Arms/Automatic Weapons; Gun launched non-explosive ballistic projectiles less than 20 mm in size. (7.62MM)
Systems damaged were: FUEL SYS
The helicopter Continued Flight.
The aircraft continued and accomplished all mission objectives.
Original source(s) and document(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Survivability/Vulnerability Information Analysis Center Helicopter database. Also: UH1P1, 01193, JSIDR (Joint Services Incident Damage Report. )


Information on U.S. Army helicopter UH-1B tail number 62-01893
Date: 06/03/1966
Accident case number: E948
Number killed in accident = 0 . . Injured = 0 . . Passengers = 0
costing 0
Source(s) from which the incident was created or updated: Army Aviation Safety Center database.

Crew Members:
AC CURTIS R

Accident Summary:

ON LDG APP AT APP 50 FT PLT LOWERED COL PITCH AND PUT ACFT INTO FLARE TO INCREASE DISTANCE BETWEEN HIS ACFT AND PRECEDING ACFT GOT IN ROTOR WASH AND BEGAN TO SETTLE AC TOOK CONT TOUCHED DOWN IN MUD SLID 15 FT SLID OFF CROSS TUBES


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