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Iroquois A2-767

Aircraft Model:Bell UH-1H Iroquois
Manufacturer:Bell Helicopter Company
Constructor's No.:9767
Identities:67-17569; A2-767
Units:No. 9 Squadron, RAAF

Timeline

17 April 1971Aircraft was shot down by small arms fire in Phuoc Tuy, Vietnam, while attempting to winch a casualty aboard.
Crew: FLGOFF MICHAEL FRANCIS CASTLES, RAAF O317930 (Survived)
Crew: PLTOFF SIMON ROBERT FORD, RAAF O46672 (Survived)
Gunner: CPL ROBERT ALBERT STEPHENS, RAAF A220871 (Survived)
Gunner: LAC ROY ZEGERS, RAAF A119984 (Survived)
Passenger: LCPL JOHN FRANCIS GILLESPIE, Australian Army 3170244 (Killed)

References

Crick, D. 2018 RAAF, ARMY & RAN A2 & N9 Bell Iroquois. ADF Serials. Retrieved 15 May 2018 from <http://www.adf-serials.com.au/3a2.htm>.

Record updated on 15 May 2018.


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