No. 37 Squadron - RAAF in Vietnam

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No. 37

Squadron 

Royal Australian 

Air Force

 

C-130E A97-177 at Vung Tau in December of 1970


37 SQUADRON RAAF

37 Squadron, was equipped with the C-130E Hercules.  Employed mainly in the medevac role in specially modified aircraft, normal logistic flights were also flown to and from Vietnam .  Both Hercules squadrons (No.36 & No. 37)  flew intensively during the withdrawal of 1ATF in 1972.

 

Note:  Article by Bob Livingstone (Australia Vietnam Veteran)


   
   
   
   
   
   
   


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