Author Topic: c/n 099, N10CJ  (Read 5524 times)

Doug Johnson

c/n 099, N10CJ
« on: February 07, 2015, 03:26:53 AM »
12 picstures check your albums. Please do an internet search maybe you'll come up with one I couldn't find, I need all the help I can get.

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c/n 099, built 10/58 as model H-391B original registry N4153D Robert Moore MA removed exhaust augmenter (converted to H-395A configuration Helio mod #48) accident not reported or investigated right front section crash-cage/fuselage & gear leg @ unknown area and time repaired by Factory (Dean Tremain) sold '58, NACA/NASA test plane reinstalled exhaust augmenter and at end of tests by removal converted again to H-395A configuration, flown by Bob Champine VA '59 sold '61, Arctic Institute of North America DC installed camera hatch in baggage area for Aerial Surveying & Glaciological Investigation sold '73, Richard Rogers (1st Helio of 3) PA closed camera opening placed on Edo 3430 floats sold '75, rereg N10CJ C. Jurgens FL sold '77, J&J Aviation Leasing (Ralph Williams) FL '80, Richard Crawford TX sold '83, American Dirigible corp (John Woods aka Richard Longman) MN seized by Fort Lauderdale FL Police drug impound for smuggling marijuana '87 sold '88, Sea Con Ind. (Alan Johnson) FL '92, Ray Dominici SC sold '93, Cuba co (Denis Brown) LA sold '94, David Banning WA sold '99, Louis Lacher Wasilla, AK placed on 29'' Bushwheels, sold 08/15, Dale Brendal AK












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Louis

Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2015, 03:53:22 AM »
Incredible photo in the snow!!

Louis

391stol

Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2015, 10:44:54 AM »
This plane is currently for sale

Au Miner

Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2015, 12:34:07 AM »
Incredible photo in the snow!!

Louis

That snow picture looks like mucho work to me.  I would love to hear the story behind it.  The prop looks like it didn't hit anything

Bill

Doug Johnson

Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #4 on: February 08, 2015, 05:10:20 AM »
It was when it was with Arctic Institute of North America DC doing Aerial Surveying & Glaciological Investigation. It spent the winter on a glacier and wound up getting buried in snow go back and check out this post.

http://flyhelio.com/smf/index.php?topic=380.msg1870#msg1870

the pictures were sent by Lance Goodwin

On the photos of N4153 I would like to say that they were taken in the Yukon on the St.Elias Icefields.
The machine was buried for the winter because of a lost engine.
Found and dug out in the spring.
Not the first Helio that was landed on the glacier system due to a lost engine.
It spent a very productive life here working for the Arctic Institute of North America (that is the AINA logo on the door) doing a lot of hauling personal and gear back and forth from Kluane Lake headquarters to the St. Elias.  I have a lot of photos gathered from various people that worked on the HAAPS program run in the late 60's and 70's.  It was a high altitude physiology project ran by the late Dr. Charles Houston.
I will endeavor to post some of the very interesting photos shot of AINA pilots landing and taking off on Mt. Logans massive plateau @ 17,500' ASL - 18,000' ASL.
The photos I will attach are shot by a member of the climbing party Thomas Lyman, of N4153D and N4166D.

it along with  was used for the high altitude physiology project that took place  at Kluane Lake Yukon.  The Arctic Institute Of North America ran the program, that's the logo on the side.

Lance Goodwin"s Father-in-law has been flying Helio's his whole career in the St. Elias Mts (40yrs) and worked and flew Chales Houston all over the Ice fields.

He was one of the pilots that flew the Helio onto the Mt.Logan Plateau at 17,500' for hundreds of take off's and landings.  Dr Charles Houston was the main investigator in the High Altitude Physiology Study.

The first photo Is 66D in its winter bed the second a lot of shoveling and inspection of some wing damage.

Thanks

Lance


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Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
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Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2016, 10:11:59 AM »
owner update edited history

thank you Ben
Doug

Doug Johnson 1

Re: c/n 099, N4153D
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2017, 07:24:47 AM »
Found an early photo of c/n 099 as N4153D at the 'Icefield Discovery Tours' site.

Two questions. Did Andy Williams fly this Helio or did it have a different pilot while with Arctic Institute?

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Re: c/n 099, N10CJ
« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2018, 07:28:38 PM »
couple pictures from Lance of c/n 099 as N4153D while with Arctic Institute

I will open the thumbnails above.
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