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To add to Ray's post I would like to add : remember all our D co brothers that paid the ultimate price in the early days of D co in RVN and down through all combat since involving the D co HAWKS. A slow hand salute!!!!!!
Posted by Ben H. Bright on May 25, 2019 @ 9:01pm
Remember our fallen on this 2019 Memorial Day.
Posted by Ray Pitts on May 25, 2019 @ 3:28pm
With 101 delta nov 71 to Jan 72
Posted by John A Jones on February 7, 2019 @ 9:59pm
68-69 formed at Camp Eagle. Moved to Phu Bai. Co Com. Ronald C. Perry
Posted by Roger A. Ewing on January 24, 2019 @ 1:05pm
Looking for Lt.Maynard
Posted by Jack Jasinski E-4 101st Assault Helicopter D company on January 7, 2019 @ 2:49pm
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and hoping for a Happy New Year for all Hawks, family and friends.
Posted by Ray Pitts on December 7, 2018 @ 4:21pm
Served in D co 1975-1978 Crewchief.
Looking for Mark Sitarski, Mike Walsh, Tom Morris, Donny Wall, email me at TGK191@aol.com
Posted by Thomas Krause on September 17, 2018 @ 5:48pm
This info was gathered from the D101Hawks history :
From the combat proven ranks of the the original B/101 Company came the UH-1C gunship platoon called The Black Angels. From the combat proven ranks of the 17th AHC came the UH-1C gunship platoon call The Lancers. From the combat proven ranks of The 188th AHC came the UH-1C gunship platoon called The Spiders. From other combat units came individuals and they along with the gunship platoons transferred into the newly formed UH-1C gunship company called D Company 101ST AVN BN, Company D was to be known as the Hawks. The proven and battle tested combat experience of these men made D Company a success in being a UH-1C helicopter gunship company and that same combat experience and professionalism of the pilots, the crewchiefs, door gunners, the ground maintenance crews and all the support personnel again carried the day when D Company transitioned to a AH-1G Cobra helicopter gunship company. These brave and courageous men continued to take the fight to the enemy and flew into the pages of Aviation history. The Hawks have had many changes over the years, but the bravery and courage is still there in the Hawks and they continue the tradition of taking the fight to the enemy.
Ray Pitts D101Hawks June 1969-June 1971
Originator/Former Operator of D101Hawks.com website.
Posted by Ray Pitts on July 16, 2018 @ 5:51pm
It is with sadness that I report the following passings:
COL Ted Crozier, 01/09/17, Natural Causes
MAJ Bob Heisterman, 07/09/17, Alziemers
Posted by Scott Howell on June 25, 2018 @ 3:09pm
Nice to see you have a little verbiage about the original unit the D Company the Black Angels, from 1968. Some great pilots went to the Hawks from the Black Angels.
Thanks Scott De Arman, Door gunner on the Black Angel, #532 resting near Ho Chi Minh trail since Sept.68
Posted by Scott De Arman on April 3, 2018 @ 1:22pm
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