vietnam Marble Mountain Airfield


5.8284VVDN Da Nang, South Central Coast
10.6337 Tien Sa, South Central Coast
71.6305 Phu Bai Air Base,
84.8144VVCA Chu Lai Airfield, South Central Coast
133.4 91 Yankee Station,
149.5305 Dong Ha Airfield, North Central Coast

16° 1' 51.24'' N - 108° 15' 7.20'' E
Elevation: 28 feet

Marble Mountain Air Facility, MMAF was first constructed and then used by the US Marine Corps between August 1965 and May 1971 during the Vietnam War. Home of the Marine Aircraft Group 16 was then transferred to the US Army between May 1971 and August 1972 and finally to the South Vietnamese Air Force until March 29, 1975 when it fell to the North Vietnam Army

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YearsRotary Wing Aircraft Unitbold : Current Model
normal: Unit no longer at this base
1971US Hornets204 1965/71
1968/71US HMLA-167UH-1E Iroquois 1968/75
1966/69US HMM-265107M H-46 Sea Knight 1962/70
1965/71US VMO-2209 ah-1 cobra 1969
UH-1E Iroquois 1965/69
H-43 Huskie 1956/65

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1969-apr US US Marine CorpsCH-46D153361
1969-dec US US Marine CorpsUH-1E Iroquois151292
1970 US US Marine CorpsCH-46D153350
1970 US US Marine CorpsCH-46D153359
1970-mar-06 US US Marine CorpsAH-1G Cobra157229
1971 US US Army AviationOH-58A Kiowa68-16839

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