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From 2004 Charlie Company 3-126th Aviation Air Ambulance ( ex 86th Med Company Air Ambulance ) - Black Hawk from Burlington International Airport, South Burlington, Vermont.

As of 2016, C Co 3/126th AVN (Air Ambulance) is flying the HH-60M MEDEVAC Black Hawk and UH-72A Lakota


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Vermont Guards in Vigilant Guard 2016, 29-Jul-16 : HH-60M Black Hawks from Charlie Company 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment (Air Ambulance), Vermont Army National Guard took part of the simulated disaster exercise Vigilant Guard 2016

Vermont National Guard Search and Rescue Training, 06-May-16 : Vermont Army National Guard HH-60M Black Hawk MEDEVAC helicopter simulated rescuing a stranded pilot in a combat search and rescue training exercise

New UH-72 Lakotas for Vermont National Guard, 06-Aug-14 : SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT by Staff Sgt. Nathan Rivard - The Army Aviation Facility in South Burlington saw the landing of two new pieces of equipment to help push flying into the future.



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BurlingtonKBTV




Models

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YearsModels
2014/    UH-72A Lakota
S-70 H-60     HH-60M Black Hawk




Vermont National Guard List of helicopters

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C/NVersionBuiltIn this OrgIn other Org
hh-60m 08-20133 : US Army; 2013 3-126th AVN, Vermont Army National Guard
9221 uh-72a 2009 08-72058 : Vermont ARNG AASF Burlington International Airport, South Burlington;Det.2+
Eurocopter USA N582AE : American Eurocopter Feb/Apr 2009
9225 uh-72a 2009 08-72059 : Vermont ARNG AASF Burlington International Airport, South Burlington;Det.2+
Eurocopter USA N583AE : American Eurocopter Feb/May 2009
uh-72a 13-72301 : Vermont ARNG AASF Burlington International Airport, South Burlington; Det.+
uh-72a 13-72302 : Vermont ARNG AASF Burlington International Airport, South Burlington; Det.+





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