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N6511 — - Sharing the tarmac is this USCG Aerospatiale MH-65E Dolphin and N189J, a 2001 Sikorsky S-65C Rotorcraft in the Autumn of 2023.
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Sharing the tarmac is this USCG Aerospatiale MH-65E Dolphin and N189J, a 2001 Sikorsky S-65C Rotorcraft in the Autumn of 2023.

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Samuel Bixler
AS65 is the type designator, easily found at https://www.icao.int/publications/DOC8643/Pages/Search.aspx
warmwyndsPhoto Uploader
Sam:
At the eight 0'clock position at the tail rotor is a shaded area that is actually a stencil that indicates the bird is an MH65-C Rotorcraft. The USCG serial list shows that it was converted from what it does not say nor the date. Most likely it was a AS65 in its early days. Thanks for your interest.
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