Helicopter Accidents


Year 1986 accidents

List of helicopter accidents

Aerospatiale Alouette II 6
Aerospatiale Alouette III 1
Aerospatiale AS355 ecureuil 2 1
Aerospatiale Gazelle 4
Aerospatiale SA330 Puma 4
Agusta A129 Mangusta 1
Agusta AB205 1
Agusta AB206 2
Agusta AB212 1
Agusta AS-61 1
Bell 206 3
Bell 209 AH-1 Cobra 1
Bell 212 7
Bell 222 2
Boeing-Vertol 107M H-46 Sea Knight 5
Boeing-Vertol 234 1
Boeing-Vertol CH-47 Chinook 1
Dornier UH-1D 2
Hiller 360 1
Hughes 369 / 500 / H-6 2
Kaman Seasprite 3
Kawasaki Heavy Industries 369HS 1
MBB Bo105 4
McDonnell Douglas md500 1
Mil Mi-2 Hoplite 2
Mitsubishi S-61 1
Piasecki Helistat 1
Sikorsky S-58 H-34 5
Sikorsky S-61 H-3 4
Sikorsky S-65 H-53 2
Sikorsky S-70 H-60 4
Sikorsky S-80 H-53E 1
Sud Aviation SE3210 Super Frelon 1
Westland Lynx 2
Westland Sea King 5
Westland Sioux 1
Westland Wasp 1
Westland Wessex 1

Boeing-Vertol 107M H-46 Sea Knight Accidents

1986 CH-46D 2197 US 152575 : Confirmed: Pallets of milk were weighed in kilos but crew thought it was lbs. Aircraft was over weight when attempting to land aboard the America. I personally talked to the crew following the accident as I was in their sister squadron, HC-6 and deployed to the “Med” at the same time.
1986 CH-46D 2336 US 153985 : 09oct86 Confirm class A mishap on the Asian side of Turkey during Ops off of the USS Guam
1986 CH-46F 2486 US 155317 : HMM-268, 11 MAG; It was on a routine night operation when it plunged into the sea about 10 miles southwest of Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippine Islands. Killed in the crash were 1st Lt. Michael Milnes of Ann Arbor, Mich., the co-pilot, and crew chief Cpl. Kenneth J. Badeaux Jr. of Baton Rouge, La. The pilot, Capt. Paul S. Desantis of Norwood, Mass., was picked up by rescuers and was hospitalized in stable condition. A 17-hour search of the area failed to locate either Milnes or Badeaux
1986 CH-46F 2558 US 157659 : BV-107M, c/n 2558, ff?; accepted BuWepsRep, FR, Morton, PA as CH-46F 157659 21Oct69; xfer HMMT-302 25Oct69; xfer H&MS-30 31Mar72; xfer HMT-301 01Apr72; further unit xfers unk; conv CH-46E unk; unit xfers unk; xfer HMM-265, EP-??; w/o 13Jun86.
1986 CH-46F 2588 US 157689 : It did not hit the deck of USS Saipan. It launched, was over the water, had mech issue, tried to return to the flight deck, but struck another aircraft(a CH-53A/D), that was on the flight deck about mid ship, then fell to the water on the port side of the USS Saipan. Only some of the rear section of the CH-46 was recovered, not a complete rear section.
    5 C/N found.

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