The Aircraft

BLUE EAGLE ONE (BUNO 131627)

  • BE I & Elint Connie at Danang AB
  • BE I 3 masts
  • BE I 131627
  • BE I at Andrews AFB
  • BE I In Flight Danang AB
  • BE I on Ramp #1
  • BE I on Ramp #2
  • BE I on Ramp at Danang AB
  • BE I Refueling
  • Early Trail Wire Antenna Testing #1
  • Early Trail Wire Testing #2
  • Refueling BE I
  • BE I Across from FASU Danang
  • BE I on Tarmac
  • BE I Refueling
  • BEI Landing
  • BEI ON RAMP Danang

Blue Eagle One was the first of the four aircraft to be deployed to Vietnam. It was configured for radio only, and its base of operations was Danang Air Base, in I Corps in Northern Vietnam, about 70 miles from the DMZ.

BLUE EAGLE TWO (BUNO 128444)

  • BE II Nose 69
  • BE II Nose Numbers
  • BE II On Ramp 66
  • BE II on Towbar
  • BE II Refuel 67
  • BE II Turning Up
  • BE II Turning Up #3
  • BE II Unmarked
  • BEII in Hangar
  • BEII on Ramp
  • BEII Taxiing

BLUE EAGLE THREE (BUNO 131641)

  • BE III Parked
  • BE III Phase Maintenance PAX
  • Hicks - BE III

BLUE EAGLE SIX (BUNO 131655)

  • BE VI Cockpit Hatch
  • BE VI In Revetment
  • BE VI June 70
  • OASU C-121J (BuNo unknown)
  • BE VI On Ramp at PAX
  • BE VI Parked at Ramp
  • BE VI Taxiing Out TSN
  • BE VI TSN 68
  • BE-VI-In-Flight-over-Saigon
  • BEVI In Revetment 67
  • BEVI landing
  • BEVI Over Saigon