HH-60G
RAF Lakenheath, UK
7 Jan 2014

S/N #88-26109 UNITED STATES AIR FORCEAIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONBOARD REPORT HH-60G, TAIL NUMBER 88-2610956TH RESCUE SQUADRON48TH FIGHTER WINGROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH LOCATION: CLEY NEXT THE SEA, NORFOLK,UNITED KINGDOM DATE OF ACCIDENT: 7 JANUARY 2014 BOARD PRESIDENT: BRIGADIER GENERAL JON A. NORMAN CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 51-503 Under 10 U.S.C. § 2254(d) the opinion…

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HH-60G
Kadena AB, Japan
5 Aug 2013

S/N #91-26354 EXECUTIVE  SUMMARY AIRCRAFT  ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION On 5 August 2013 at approximately 1610 hours local time (L), the mishap aircraft (MA), an HH-60G, tail number 91-26354, assigned to the 33rd Rescue Squadron, 18th Wing, Kadena Air Base (AB), Japan, while flying in formation on a pre-deployment spin-up training mission, impacted terrain approximately 14 nautical miles northeast of Kadena…

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HH-60G
Kandahar AB, Afghanistan
11 Dec 2009

S/N # UNK USAF HH-60G “Pave Hawk” crashed landed after receiving heavy machine gun fire in an LZ and was forced to land 2 miles away from where they took off, the aircraft was later destroyed. The co-pilot suffered minor injuries. https://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/118300/airman-helps-rescue-3-injured-warriors-during-battle-in-afghanistan/

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HH-60G
Kandahar AB, Afghanistan
29 Nov 2007

S/N #91-26401 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYAIRCRAFT  ACCIDENT  INVESTIGATION33rd EXPEDITIONARY RESCUE SQUADRONKANDAHAR AIR BASE, AFGHANISTAN29 November 2007 On 29 November 2007, at 2040 hours local time (1610 Zulu time), an HH-60G, SIN 91-26401, on a medical evacuation mission to pick up a two-year-old Afghani female, sustained a hard landing approximately 75 miles northeast of Kandahar Air Base, Afghanistan.…

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HH-60G
Kirtland AFB, NM
11 May 2005

HH-60G #82-23728 (Call sign “Ghost 69”) of the 512th Rescue Sq., 58th SOWg. at Kirtland AFB, NM. on an instructor proficiency training sortie impacted the crest of a small knoll, on the Angel Fire Vietnam Memorial property, and then violently rolled left, ejecting the flight engineer, TSgt. Scott A. Bobbitt, from the cabin, then came…

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HH-60G
Nellis AFB, NV
20 Oct 2004

S/N #87-26014 UNITED STATES AIR FORCEAIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONBOARD REPORT HH-60G, AIRCRAFT NUMBER 87-2601466th RESCUE SQUADRONNELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NEVADA LOCATION: N33° 26.3, E064° 04.4146NM NW OF KANDAHAR AB, AFGHANISTANDATE OF ACCIDENT: 20 OCTOBER 2004 BOARD PRESIDENT: COLONEL (BRIGADIER GENERAL SELECT) MICHAEL N. WILSON Conducted IAW Air Force Instruction 51-503 SUMMARY OF FACTS 1. AUTHORITY, PURPOSE,…

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HH-60G
Moody AFB, GA
23 Mar 2003

S/N #97-26778 HH-60G #97-26778 (Call sign “Komodo 11) of the 347th RW, 41st RQS, crewed by Lt. Col. John Stein (P), Capt. Tamara L. Archuleta (CP), SSgt. Jason Hicks (FE), MSgt. Michael Maltz (PJ), SSgt. John Teal (AG) and Sr. Amn. Jason Plite (PJ) crashed while on a medical evacuation mission in Afghanistan. The helicopter…

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HH-60G
Moody AFB, GA
12 Aug 2002

S/N #97-26779 On 12 August 2002, an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter, S/N 97-26779, performed an unplanned landing and rolled over to its left side shortly after takeoff in a mountainous region of southeast Afghanistan. The HH-60G, permanently assigned to the 41st Rescue Squadron, 347th Rescue Wing, Moody AFB, Georgia, was temporarily assigned to the 41st…

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HH-60G
Portland ANG Base, OR
30 May 2002

S/N #89-26201 An HH-60G Pave Hawk of the 304th Rescue Sq., 939th Rescue Wg., Portland Air National Guard Base, Portland, OR. crewed by Capt. Grant Dysle (P), Capt. Chris Bernard (CP), Martin Mills (FE), Andrew Canfield (PJ), unkn (PJ) and unkn (PJ) crashes on Mt. Hood while attempting a rescue three critically injured climbers who…

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HH-60G
Moody AFB, GA
14 Oct 2001

S/N #97-026776 The mishap aircraft, an HH-60G helicopter, SN 97-026776, call sign Jolly 83, was the lead helicopter in a two-ship formation during a Combat Search and Rescue Exercise (CSAREX) on October 13, 2001. Both helicopters are attached to the 41st Rescue Squadron, Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. Prior to the mishap, the mishap aircraft…

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