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  • U-28A

    Background The diverse Special Operations Command mission requirements generated a need for small numbers of mission specific aircraft which were procured rapidly to address specific mission needs. The Non-Standard Aircraft (NSAv) fleet is a general program term and encompasses several light and medium aircraft performing utility missions for
  • USAF Special Operations School

    GENERAL INFORMATION The US Air Force Special Operations School (USAFSOS) is a primary support unit of the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), the Air Force component of the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). The School is collocated with, and directly supports, USSOCOM's Joint Special Operations University. Activated in April 1967
  • UH-1P Huey

    The Bell Iroquois, or the Huey, as it's better known, has been the most popular light utility helicopter ever produced. Some variant has been operated by the military in about 60 nations. Bell produced two major versions of the UH-1 - the single engine Models 204 and 205 and the twin engine Models 212 and 412. Although both were UH-1s, there were
  • U-10A Courier

    The Air Force received the Helio-GAC L-28A Super Courier in 1958. Its wing span was 39 feet; length, 31 feet; height, 8 feet, 10 inches and wing area, 231 square feet. Its large flaps covered three-fourths of the wing's trailing edge, giving the aircraft a short take-off and landing capability. The Super Courier, a high wing airplane with fixed
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