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Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base
tons of helicopters- can anyone ID?
Marine Corps Air Station New River (0.11 mi / 0.18 km)
Military Road (21.64 mi / 34.83 km)
Bogue Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field (23.43 mi / 37.71 km)
Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station (34.18 mi / 55.00 km)
Tryon Palace (35.33 mi / 56.86 km)
TRANSIENT: Jet in flight (38.25 mi / 61.55 km)
Wilmington International Airport (40.28 mi / 64.83 km)
University of North Carolina at Wilmington (41.69 mi / 67.10 km)
Fort Macon (43.27 mi / 69.63 km)
USS North Carolina (43.96 mi / 70.75 km)
From: sean9838The twin bladed helos are ch-47 chinooks...the larger helos w/ the blades being the most visable are ch-53. thats all i can make out.
Fri Oct 07 22:34:34 -0700 2005
From: sean9838Also...can barely make out AH-1 Cobras on the flight line.
Fri Oct 07 22:36:23 -0700 2005
From: philwjanCould the single one in the north of the apron, left next to that structure with a bright roof, be an Osprey?
Tue Oct 11 01:02:35 -0700 2005
From: sean9838Yes...the lone aircraft next to the hanger w/ the blacktop ramp is a V-22 Osprey.
Tue Oct 11 15:49:29 -0700 2005
From: 0341teufelhundthe twin rotors belong to ch46 sea knights, Marines do not fly chinooks ( they do look alike but the chinook is bigger).
Sun Jun 04 16:19:24 -0700 2006