114th Aviation Company
"Knights of the Air"

Vietnam 1963 - 1972

Photo, Vinh Long Front Gate 1964
Photo provided by George Young, "Knight 6" 1964

The "Knights of the Air" consisted of four combat ready flight platoons. The White Knights, Red Knights, 114th AHC Logo Cobra's and Lancers who were in operation only in 1966-1967. In addition, there was The Gold Knight "The Commander" and our Blue Knights "Road Service". 

The company was based at Vinh Long Air Field, Republic of South Vietnam from May 1963 to February 1972. During the nine years in Vietnam, the 114th Assault Helicopter Company (AHC) participated in 16 combat campaigns and was presented with 8 unit citations. 

After departing the Republic of South Vietnam in February 1972, the 114th Aviation Company was assigned to the Panama Canal Zone where it served with distinction. The 114th was deactivated at Fort Clayton, Panama Canal Zone in October 1987. 

This site is dedicated to those "KNIGHTS", both Pilots and Crewmen, who did not return home.


1st Aviation Brigade
"First to Arrive"

1st Avn Patch/Vietnam Wall
"Last to Leave"

114th Aviation Company Association

Key Personnel

National Director.....Jim Haslitt  
Deputy National Director..... 
Senior Member at Large..... Gene Boyle
Junior Member at Large..... Jeff Carr
Secretary..... Jim Wilson
Treasurer..... Robert Brown
Database Manager.... Jim Haslitt
Printer/Dispatcher..... Peter Anderson
Membership Chairman..... Frank Strobel
Unit Historian..... Joe Stogner
Nominating Committee Chairman..... Mel Patterson
Site Webmaster..... Terry Dell
Unit Quartermaster..... Jeff Carr
Vetís Affairs Coordinator.....
Reunion Committee Chairman..... Joe Stogner
Reunion Site Coordinator..... Gene Boyle
Reunion Plans Coordinator..... J.P. Landahl
Knight Newsletter Editor..... May Jones

To contact the above individuals click on their name


Attention from: National Director....  Jim Haslitt 

----- Original Message -----
Jim Haslitt  
Sunday, September 10, 2017 2:20 PM
Subject: Hurricane Update 3

From current indications, Hurricane Irma will pass east of Enterprise Monday and be around Birmingham Tuesday.  The rest of the week looks great and thatís when most of our activities are.  I have heard from several in Florida and along the coast who have cancelled due to the storm and problems getting there.  Any who canít make it will get their fees refunded.  So, unless power is knocked out, things should go well except for travel being a problem for some.  If you can arrive a day or so late we would still be glad to see you.  Pray for those in the stormís path. Jim

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Haslitt  
Sunday, September 10, 2017 2:19 PM
Subject: Hurricane Update 2

At the present time, all indications are that Hurricane Irma will hit the Florida Keys on Sunday and turn north/northeast.  It should be past Georgia by Tuesday and moving up the Atlantic coast.  Enterprise is on the west side of the hurricane and that is generally the side with less rain, etc.  It is also far enough west that rain and wind should be minimal in that area.  Travel for those on the east coast might be a problem but Southeast Alabama should have minimal impact by the storm and it should be much further north by the time we really get started.  Iíll try to keep you posted.  At present it looks like all will be well and I look forward to seeing you next week.  Jim

"114th Association Items of Interest"

A wonderful tribute to the service & sacrifice of Vietnam veterans.

New Vietnam Veterans 50th Anniversary video narrated by Sam Elliott. 4 minutes 48 seconds.
Hard to believe.............already 50 Years.



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Vietnam Vet Radio is an internet only non-profit radio station dedicated to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War and their families and friends. With a few exceptions all the songs played are from the Vietnam War era. We also play the authentic jingles and public service announcements that were played on AFVN (American Forces Vietnam Network) Radio.

While Vietnam Vet Radio is neither political or religious it is most certainly a pro-America and pro-military radio station that acknowledges that we are a blessed people. No anti-war rhetoric or anti-war songs.

Please contact us with suggestions on how Vietnam Vet Radio can better serve you.

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SFC, US Army, Retired
Chu Lai 1969, Long Binh 1970, Vung Tau 1971-72

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12/08/2016 02:09 PM EST

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced it now provides eligibility determinations for interment in a VA national cemetery prior to the time of need. Through the Pre-Need Determination of Eligibility Program, upon request, individuals can learn if they are eligible for burial or memorialization in a VA national cemetery.

Federal Benefits for Veterans, 
Dependents and Survivors

VA Handbook - Now Available

Social Security Disability Benefits Guide
Understand how Social Security disability works 
and how to calculate your benefits.

New Guide to Disability Claims http://www.disabilitydenials.com/guide-to-disability-claims/

~Agent Orange~

The U.S. military sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides on trees and vegetation during the Vietnam War. Several decades later, concerns about the health effects from these chemicals continue. VA offers eligible Veterans a free Agent Orange Registry health exam for possible long-term health problems related to exposure.


Trace Atkins' emotional song about Arlington National Cemetery. This is truly a Magnificent song. Every veteran and non-veteran should hear this song...
Click here to hear View the video


** September 11, 2001 **

This is a must see short Movie!   Make sure your sound is turned up and be prepared for some graphic images.  We commend the creator of this movie; it really gets the point across. Every American, every human, should see this short movie and remember what it was like that day...
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Created by Terry A. Dell, White Knight Crewchief 69-70' Republic of Vietnam 
in association with members of the 114th Assault Helicopter Company
 who served May 1963 to February 1972.

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