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Huey at 18,000 Flight Hours

The Crew of UH-1N Huey number 6648 LT Col. Chad Kohout, 36th Rescue Squadron Commander, Captain Tristan Fitzgerald, 36RQS chief of standards and evaluations, and Master Sgt. Joshua Walker, 36th RQS NCO in-charge of scheduling, stand in from of the helicopter after landing. A 36th Rescue Squadron UH-1N Huey number 6648 achieved more than 18,000 flight hours, the most flight hours for this airframe in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)

The Crew of UH-1N Huey number 6648 LT Col. Chad Kohout, 36th Rescue Squadron Commander, Captain Tristan Fitzgerald, 36RQS chief of standards and evaluations, and Master Sgt. Joshua Walker, 36th RQS NCO in-charge of scheduling, stand in from of the helicopter after landing. A 36th Rescue Squadron UH-1N Huey number 6648 achieved more than 18,000 flight hours, the most flight hours for this airframe in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)

The Crew of UH-1N Huey number 6648 LT Col. Chad Kohout, 36th Rescue Squadron Commander, Captain Tristan Fitzgerald, 36RQS chief of standards and evaluations, and Master Sgt. Joshua Walker, 36th RQS NCO in-charge of scheduling, stand in from of the helicopter after landing. A 36th Rescue Squadron UH-1N Huey number 6648 achieved more than 18,000 flight hours, the most flight hours for this airframe in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)