Need help in identifying

I need help in Identtifying this helicopter.
When shane and were kidz we had a family freind that took@ took us up.

I know it was used for lifting shakes, and doing heavy work.

Lary Quick waz the pilot that took my brother and I flying.
I wish I could say thank you to him.
Larry served asa pilot in the Vietnam war and is a very skilled pilot.
we never got a "free ride" we had to work for it by learning aircraft safety and well A video dubbed " hamburger Bob " as we caled it? it was what happened when people well for the better part..failed to recognize spinning propellers. .
Graphic yes, did it prevent us from getting killed? yes. was it necessary, yes.
We have a deeper appreciation for these machines and those that fly them

Helicopters are among the most difficult to learn to fly.

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lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 12:19 PM

ps that was scanned at 12oo res on a very old scanner. still opperating to day. .photo was taken using a 35 I wanted the best clarity.

lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 12:16 PM

Dang, what a shame it was destroyed In the crash. thankfully larry was doing testing elevation. thank you. you been a big help. I also didn't realize how unique the hopper is. I have aditional photos . mom might have 8 mm footage.

lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 12:06 PM

Skye. and I do thnk it was converted it was a work chopper.

lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 12:05 PM

thanks.. Will google both.I just want to make sure when I write of this in a later time I can get the correct craft written. After repairs were made. Larry was doing a test flight. something went wrong at the controlls and it litterally fell out of

j g says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 8:57 AM

with soloy turbin conversion

asb says ... on Sunday, Mar 17 at 7:14 AM

Looks like a Hiller UH-12.

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