I have been doing some research on an Army aircraft crash that happened in Korea in '54-'55 based on some photos my dad took of the crash site shortly after mishap. Your website lists a formation flight mishap that happened on 2 Oct 54 where an L-19 went down and the aircrew were killed - but the Aircrew names are not listed. Your database lists them as Lt. and Capt. The only information that I have is the three photos at the link below. The photos include a picture of the formation flight and the wreckage shortly after. The partial tail number is visible, ending in 4712.
I am a Newbie here. Was SSG E-6 in First Air Cav, Bravo 1/7th in 1969 and 1970. I recently had an audio file posted on website : www.medicinthegreentime.com which was recorded by my RTO on a memorable day in Cambodia (?) during the month of May 1970. Two of our platoons were heavily involved with NVA troops in a large bunker complex. During this operation we received air support from 2 different hunter killer teams, fixed wing spotter planes and F104's. There was remarkable bravery by the crews, especially of the LOH pilots. The call signs were "Project 2-9", and "Project 2-2", and "Project 2-6". I would like to locate crews from these aircraft or others from their unit so as to be able to share this audiotape with them, as well as identify the exact dates and location of this operation. Can anyone from your association assist me with this? I would be happy to speak to any such person(s). As was often the case in our service there we seldom had the opportunity to express gratitude for the assistance flight crews provided in time of need. Thank you. Bob Shearer, Lima, NY.