We arrived in early afternoon and stayed several hours at the museum. I took these photos
|Entry to the U.S. Army Aviation Museum
|Entering Ft. Rucker
|Caribou was the Army's fixed wing troop transport during the Vietnam war.
|This small, circular Vietnam Memorial room bears the names of all Army aviators killed in the Vietnam conflict. Interestingly, the museum giftshop sells Army gifts made in Vietnam. Pity.
|The infamous Hughes TH 55.
It's the reason Wayne left the Army's primary helicopter school at Ft. Wolters.
Looks safe enough, eh? No.
|This Army I helicopter served US presidents until sometime during the Ford administration.
|Momentos from the Presidential Helicopter days...
|All folded up!
|Shinok CH-47 cargo transport
|That clear enough for you?
|You don't want to see this happen --
|Memories of 4077 M.A.S.H. from the Korean war.