By Gary W Parker; Frank M Batha; United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division
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The UH-IE, commonly known as a "Huey," but officially designated the "Iroquois," was the first turbine-powered helicopter in the Marine Corps. It was to replace both the OE and the HOK. Outfitting the squadron with a single type of aircraft helped simplify the operations and maintenance effort. crew of two plus seven troops; or three litters, two sitting casualties, and a medical attendant. The Huey required less maintenance than the HOK, and the replacement of any major component—engine, transmission, rotors, etc—could be made in the field)6 By 30 December 1964, VMO-6 had retired the last of its OEs and had received 15 of the new UH-lEs.
The Chinese Communists had Evacuation 21 Transportation i4 entered the war in force and Marines were strung out from l-lungnam to the Chosin Reservoir. During the epic breakout from the Chosin Reservoir by the 1st Division, VMO-6 OYs flew spotting missions and directed fire on enemy concentrations and Results of operations are as follows: Directed twelve airstrikes; conducted three fire missions; covered one motorized convoy and fuuc combat patrols; located six groups of enemy (up to 200 in each group) and three Total flights 54.
This was the first time VMO-6 had flown with an ARVN advisor on board and it gave the FAC(A) more freedom choosing targets for fixed-wing aircraft. The idea proved effective. S. Army's Task Force Alpha. The rite harvest protection missions of September and October codenamed Harvest Moon should not be ronfused with the multi-battalion Operation Harvest Moon conducted by Task Force Delta in December. 37 _________________ 1 CORPS SOUTH CHINA SEA o Kilometers 0 Monkey Mountain Mountain 38 10 25 1iles 10 25 beacon.
A history of Marine Observation Squadron Six by Gary W Parker; Frank M Batha; United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division