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In the late 1970s, with reorganisation of the SAR fleet, Valley's Helicopter Training Squadron was renamed again to become The Search and Rescue Training Unit (SARTU).
To date, the two helicopter training squadrons have amassed nearly 36,000 flight hours, 19,000 student Xs, and eight months of incident-free flying.
Helicopter Training Squadron (HT) 18 was established on 1 March 1972 and is a component of Training Wing 5.
Stottler Henke's original "OMIA" operator system interface part-task trainer (PTT), which simulates the operation of the mission display and the center console of the aircraft, is currently used in the Navy's fleet training program for MH-60S "Sierra" helicopter crews at the Navy's helicopter training squadron, HC-3, at Naval Air Station North Island near San Diego.
Armstrong was an H-46D aircraft commander and assistant safety officer with HC-8, and is now an instructor with Helicopter Training Squadron 8.
included: -- Commander Bill Personious, Commanding Officer, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Three (HC-3)--produced 32 more aviators while reducing time-to-train by 23 percent, compared to 1998; -- Lieutenant Colonel Dale Smith, Commanding Officer, Marine Helicopter Training Squadron Three Zero Three (HMT-303)--produced 15 more aviators while reducing training time by 20 percent, compared to 1998; -- Commander Wayne A.
in 1966 to prepare UH-34D Sea Horse aircrews for service in Vietnam, the Wind Walkers of Marine Helicopter Training Squadron (HMT) 301 continue their mission today, providing quality replacement aircrew training on the CH-53D Sea Stallion, CH-53E Super Stallion and CH-46E Sea Knight.
Helicopter Training Squadron 8, NAS Whiting Field, Fla.