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Headquartered at Fort Riley, Kansas.

- 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment (1-1 ARB) Gunfighters - AH-64E Apache
- 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment (2-1 GSAB) Fighting Eagles - CH-47F Chinook, HH-60M and UH-60L
- 3rd Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment (3-1 AHB) Nightmares - UH-60M Black Hawk
- 601st Aviation Support Battalion (601st ASB) Guardians
- 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment (1-6 CAV) The Fighting Sixth

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News of 1st Combat Aviation Brigade

US Army’ 1st CAB Training in Romania, 26-Aug-19 : #Romania UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters from 1st Combat Aviation Brigade (1st CAB), 1st Infantry Division took part of an emergency response exercise (ERE) at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base (MK-AB), Romania

U.S. Black Hawk Paradrop Training in Bulgaria, 21-Aug-19 : #SpecialForces U.S. Army’ 3rd Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment (3-1 AHB) Black Hawk helicopter trained with Bulgarian Special Forces on a paradrop exercise at Kramova 24th Helicopter Airbase in Plovdiv

DUSTOFF Crew in MEDEVAC Mission in Slovenia, 03-Jun-19 : #dustoff US Army’ 3-1 Assault Helicopter Battalion (3-1 AHB), part of 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, currently deployed in Europe for Atlantic Resolve. DUSTOFF is the common call sign for a Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) helicopter, a tradition dating back to the Vietnam War

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1st CAB List of helicopters

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C/NVersionBuiltIn this OrgIn other Org
13252 uh-1h 72-21553 : 1979-1980, was my baby at 501st CAB Bamberg Germany. SP4 Glenn Kistner cre+
oh-58d 95-0008 : US Army OH-58A d/d 1970; conv to OH-58C; conv to OH-58D 95-00008; 1996 2-+


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