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Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
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Pima Air and Space Museum
Hughes designed the OH-6 in response to a 1963 U.S. Army request for a Light Observation Helicopter (LOH). This acronym eventually resulted in the OH-6’s popular nickname “Loach.” Over a dozen designs were submitted to the Army and the three finalists from Bell, Fairchild, and Hughes competed head-to-head for the contract. The Hughes design was selected in 1965 and was given a contract for over 1300 helicopters.
The OH-6 proved to be a very effective scout and light attack helicopter in Vietnam although the fact that they flew at low altitudes and relatively slowly resulted in high losses and heavy casualties.
Upgraded versions of the OH-6 continue to serve with the U.S. Army’s Special Forces.
The civilian version of the Cayuse, the MD-500, and retired military helicopters are very popular with civilian pilots and law enforcement with large numbers of them continuing in production and flying.
Rotor Diameter: 26 ft 4 in.
Length: 23 ft
Height: 8 ft 1.5 in.
Weight: 2,700 (loaded)
Max. Speed: 150 MPH
Service Ceiling: 15,800 ft
Range: 413 miles
Engines: One Allison T63-A-5A turboshaft with 317 horsepower
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Success: After Weight Loss Surgery 2008 – Charlotte, NC
Image by kevin_d_old
Taken at the 2008 "Success: After Weight Loss Surgery" conference in Charlotte, NC hosted by Southeast Bariatrics in association with www.band2gether.net.