HELLO LONELY RINGER

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HELLO LONELY RINGER

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A U.S. ARMY RU-8D ‘SEMINOLE’ patrols low over the dense jungle of Southeast Asia listening for tell-tale signs of enemy presence and activity. Whats important in this image is not necessarily the action you can see beneath the jungle canopy, but what is being detected without ever being seen.

Lonely Ringer was the call sign for the aircraft of the 138th Army Aviation Co. the name was taken from a fight song sung to the tune of Wabash Cannonball;

“Hello Lonely Ringer

Can Tho loud and clear

number five on Mayday

call right base with gear”

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A U.S. ARMY RU-8D aircraft patrols low over the dense jungle of Southeast Asia listening for tell-tale signs of enemy presence and activity. Whats important in this image is not necessarily the action you can see beneath the jungle canopy below, but what is being detected without ever being seen.

Lonely Ringer was the call sign for the aircraft of the 138th Army Aviation Co. the name was taken from a fight song sung to the tune of Wabash Cannonball;

“Hello Lonely Ringer

Can Tho loud and clear

number five on Mayday

call right base with gear”