Bell OH-58 Kiowa: An Ode to the US Army’s Sprightly Scout Helicopter

Pearlharboraviationmuseum.org

In the age of spear and sword, light cavalry forayed ahead of the infantry and heavy cavalry to bring tidings on the enemy’s whereabouts to the commander. Without radios or line of sight in complex terrain, mounted scouts were essential for detecting a hostile approach to a marching army’s flanks and rear so that they may be forewarned to orient themselves to face the…

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Au-Yeong Soong-Kong

Au-Yeong Soong-Kong

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Dysfunctional middle aged man attempting to chronicle weapons and battle vehicles from the USA, Soviet Union and Russia.