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Old 13th December 2017, 11:31
Ferreira Ferreira is offline
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Black Hawks of 101st Airborne (Desert Storm)

Hi!

I have been researching dozens of books on the Gulf War, and also on websites, which company and battalion of these two UH-60A Black Hawks of the 101st Airborne belonged to, in 1991.

80-23482 “Midnight Blue”
79-23305 “The Infidel II”

The closest I found was a quote from the crew of "The Infidel", which crashed in the desert in 1991 in a Squadron Signal book, "Black Hawk in Action".

Any ideas or suggestions where I can research about these two helicopters?

Thank you very much!

Franklin
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