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Advanced Helicopter Services to maintain Sacramento OH-58s

Advanced Helicopter Services to maintain Sacramento OH-58s

Advanced Helicopter Services (AHS) has announced a service agreement to provide helicopter maintenance services for the City of Sacramento, California.  AHS will support the Sacramento fleet of three Bell OH-58A helicopters by providing dynamic component inspection, maintenance and overhaul services.  AHS will provide the services from their comprehensive helicopter service center located at the Watts-Woodlands… Read more »

Source: Yes Communications, 18-Jul-14

20-Jan-14 N916PD Bell OH-58A Sacramento, US-California

Precautionary landing in public park.  Engineer called

20-Jan-14

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01-Nov-13 N916PD Bell OH-58A Folsom Lake, US-California

Wire strike.  Wire cut by fitted “wire strike protection system” and helicopter landed safely.  Slight damage on nose where wire first struck, and port windshield broken.

01-Nov-13

Sacramento Police get free OH-58 from Yamhill County Sheriff

Sacramento Police get free OH-58 from Yamhill County Sheriff

The Bell OH-58 is being donated by the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Department in Oregon, just north of Salem. It can no longer afford to have an air operations program. (see full story)  File photo

Source: Sacramento Bee, 30-May-12

Yamhill County dismantles helicopter program

Yamhill County dismantles helicopter program

County sold the three nonflying OH-58A+ units on eBay in December and has now disposed of the fourth and last aircraft to Sacramento Police Dept (see full story)  File photo

Source: Yamhill Valley News-Register, 28-Feb-12

Sacramento Police add helicopter tracking page to website

Sacramento Police add helicopter tracking page to website

The Sacramento Police Department has added some features at www.sacpd.org to help you find out what the police are doing.  With the addition of daily logs, helicopter location information, Facebook, and twitter we hope to keep the community more informed.

Source: Sacramento Police, 28-Oct-09