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CW4 Erick Swanberg

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About CW4 Erick Swanberg

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  • Birthday 07/30/1966

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  1. Good to see a Blackhawk that looks like the real thing
  2. Isnt that what you old guys learned to fly during flight school.... ducking for cover bwahahahahah
  3. Those things in front of the seats are to stop thing from falling down under the seats basically
  4. the feet will be usually on the outer edges of the pedals not on the pedals the rounded part is for the pedal trim system and we only put our feet on those when we want to reset the trim. in flight most pilots feet are on the floor or just on the outside edges of the pedals as stated
  5. Not all pilots carried M4s but most of the crewchiefs and medics did. Sometimes we put them up there so we could carry baggage and supplies and we used just cargo straps to hold them up. If we did carry a spine board it was just one and we put it anywhere we had room. yes that is the tool box I told you about for supplies and that is a heart shocker on top cant remember the name of it now hahah. and yes we did carry the old hoist just like the Huey
  6. I had my M-4 next to my seat and the CC and Medic had theirs next to their seats
  7. No carousel in our birds in Afghanistan, they were to heavy and affected performance. Ill find those pics and post them plus any other cool ones that you can use
  8. no carousels in Afghanistan we had two litters strapped to the floor a hoist and a tool chest cargo strapped to the back wall for medic supplies I have pics just got to dig them out
  9. Was there as well, got a lot more pics of this one. They were pretty tight about taking pics no shots of the cockpit though
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