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I've only been in army choppers and they're kinda wobbly. Hold on!
If it was a last ditch extraction from ice Station Zebra I'd hop on.
that looks like it would be a forward C of G beyond the limits. I would hope he doesn't need to stop in a hurry.
I looked up it's ID numbers, note the tracks in the snow on the mountain behind.......It just may have been the SAME day....Accident Report:Collided with terrain at the 10,980 ft. level of Mt. Spur while maneuvering to land on the summit. The elevation of the summit is 11,070 ft. msl. The commercial certificated pilot-in-command and one passenger received serious injuries, and three passengers were not injured. The helicopter sustained substantial damage. The flight, which was being conducted under the non-scheduled regulatory requirements contained in 14 CFR Part 135, originated on the afternoon of July 28, 1994 at Kenai, Alaska for the purpose of filming a snow boarding movie on Mt. Spur. On July 28, 1994, the aircraft, pilot, and passengers spent the night at Chakaphamna Lake, near the foot of the mountain, before commencing filming activity on Mt. Spur the following day. A company VFR flight plan was in effect and visual meteorological conditions prevailed in the area of the mishap site.