Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican


This model is a version of S-61 H-3



c/n 61-629




Helicopter Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican Serial 61-629 Register 1467 used by US Coast Guard. Aircraft history and location



Helicopter Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican Serial 61-629 Register 1467 used by US Coast Guard. Aircraft history and location


Helicopter Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican Serial 61-629 Register 1467 used by US Coast Guard. Aircraft history and location




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US Coast Guard
US Albert Whitted ( 1973 )
1973 at CGAS St Petersburg, Albert Whitted Field replacing 1474
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US Coast Guard
US Annette Island ( may-76 )
May76 crashed in Hollis Pass while on a MEDEVAC out of CGAS Annette AK. Pilot Robert C. Herald, Co-Pilot John Glenn, F/M AD3 W.D. Fitts Avionics, I can't remember his name. Corpsman HM1 Lester Cornwell. Aircraft was landed hard into the water in a slight right wing down attitude which bent the tail boom down and to the right. A/C was flown to AR
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US Coast Guard
US Sitka Rocky Gutierrez ( may-79 )
30may79 asg CGAS Sitka, Alaska, I flew on this aircraft during a Northern Fish Patrol from CGAS Sitka to Yakutat, Alaska and return
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US Coast Guard
Top Gun (1986)
1986 (pic1) appear on the Top Gun movie with CGAS San Diego markings
1990 (pic2) during Exxon Valdez cleanup in Alaska
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US Coast Guard
US Kodiak ( 19-dec-86 )
19dec86, I flew on this helicopter while stationed in Kodiak AK and went on an intense SAR case. Commander Tom Walters was the pilot in command. Sea state 30 feet, winds 70 knots. Very complicated rescue. Tom Walters is the reason I'm alive today. Excellent helicopter and pilot!
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US Coast Guard
27may93 to AMARC/440035
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US Coast Guard
21may04 i/a at Blackhawk Tech College, Janesville, WI airport
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US Southern Wisconsin Regional i/a ( 2009 )
2009 still preserved as mechanic trainer helicopter at Janesville, Southern Wisconsin Regional, Rock County (JVL)
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Jun19 No longer at KJVL
School doesn't have this program anymore. I was told of the five they had there, one in San Bernadino, one in Pacific Northwest, remaining three unknown


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