Roamy here. I visited the Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker on Monday. Helicopter pics today, fixed wing pics tomorrow. Nice little museum – for those who aren’t military, you have to stop at the gate and show your driver’s license, car registration, and proof of insurance. If you have a rental car, the rental agreement counts as registration and insurance.
I took notes while I was going through the museum, so if I’ve messed up an ID, please forgive this nOOb.
This was an interesting one. It’s listed as an AH-64, but Mr. RFH kept muttering that it wasn’t right. Looking through the exhibit listing, there’s a Hughes YAH-64A.
While ordinarily I’d list this as the CH-37 Mojave, instead I’ll caption it the way Rocketboy suggested.
In the center of this display hall, a UH-1 (I think UH-1H; there’s also a UH-1B).
I thought this was interesting. This is “Army One”, a Sikorsky VCH-34 Choctaw modified with nicer seats, curtains, and other amenities. It was used to ferry President Eisenhower.
Fixed wing pics and some on the special displays, including the Army Aviation Hall of Fame, tomorrow.