The Last Days at Phu Loi

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MONTHLY OPERATIONS


Due to the anticipation of the stand-down, missions for the 213th ASHC had slacked off to nearly zero. The bulk of missions were routine re-supply to the ARVN's and to the 11th ACR. There were several helibucket missions to round out the unit's activities for the first and final quarter for the Black Cats in the Republic of Vietnam.

UNIT OPERATIONS

EMPLOYMENT
SORTIES PASSENGERS TONS HOURS AVE TON/HRS AVE AIRCRAFT AVAIL.
January 1780 3211 2966 677.7 4.3 86.4%
February 753 1208 1126 247.0 4.6 87.2%
Total 2533 4419 4092 924.7 4.45 86.8%
AIRCRAFT RECOVERIES
MONTHLY TOTALS TYPE OF AIRCRAFT RECOVERED MONETARY VALUE OF RECOVERED AIRCRAFT
January 3 2UH-1H,
1AH-1G
$913,135.00
February 0 --- ---
Total 3 2UH-1H,
1AH-1G
$913,135.00
HELI-BUCKETS
Missions-10


All dates, orders, and events indicated in this text were taken from the last unit report found to date. The report was written by WO1, AV Milton I. Delancy Dated 1 Jan. 72 ----15 Mar. 72
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