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YT-14 (BuNo 154042) of HMM-164 was the last Marine helicopter lost in Vietnam (29 April 1975), and still sits at the bottom of the South China Sea in 65 - 100 feet of water at coordinates 09 55'32 N, 107 20'06 E, or at approximately 30 nautical miles on the 150 o radial of the Vung Tau NDB. We need your help to honor Captain Nystul and Lt. Shea and bring them home!

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YT-14 still sits at the bottom of the South China Sea in 65 - 100 feet of water. We need your help to bring Captain Nystul and Lt. Shea home!

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  • This site is dedicated to the memories of YT14 pilots Captain Nystul and 1st Lieutenant Shea
  • Technical Advisors: Col. Gerald L. "Gerry" Berry, USMC Ret. Vietnam Helicopter Pilot 1969-70 and Stephen Wills, YT-14 Crew Chief
  • 100% of contributions are utilized for Yankee Tango 14 Recovery Project, which is a manned by all volunteers.
 

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