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On a Steel Horse I Ride by Darrel D. Whitcomb

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On a Steel Horse I Ride
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Publisher: AU Press
ISBN-13: 9781585662203
Number of pages: 774

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Born of necessity in the long war in Southeast Asia to fly search and rescue and special operations missions, the US Air Force fleet of 52 HH-53s and 20 CH-53s were subsequently modified with state-of-the-art precision navigation capability under a program called Pave Low and redesignated as MH-53J/Ms. Assigned as part of our special operations forces, they then flew in every major US military action until their inactivation in Iraq in September 2008.

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