Prints featuring the HH 65 Dolphin
The HH 65 Dolphin was first introduced into the US Coast Guard fleet in 1979. The mission of this medevac-capable aircraft include homeland security patrols, drug interdiction, ice breaking, military readiness, pollution control, and SAR. Three variants of have seen service. The A model was replaced starting in 2001 with the B model, which had improved avionics. The C model was introduced in 2004, having further improvements to the avionics and more powerful and reliable tuboshart engines.
HH-65s serve in 17 Coast Guard Air Stations, at HITRON in Jacksonville, FL, and can be deployed on medium and high endurance cutters. The HH-65 is not capable of water landings, but has several unique autopilot features. It can complete an unaided approach to the water and bring the aircraft into a stable 50 ft. hover, and automatically fly search patterns, freeing the crew for other tasks. The Coast Guard maintains a fleet of 90 active aircraft with 12 in reserve.
"Semper Paratus" by Mark Karvon
"Semper Paratus" by Mark Karvon features an HH-65C Dolphin in one of its many roles, SAR. In this work, a Dolphin is shown about to rescue a lone survivor of a sinking ship. The print is available in 3 sizes on heavy-weight, acid-free archival stock, and as a canvas giclee in a limited edition of only 100 prints. All prints bear the artist's signature. To view a larger image, click on the thumbnail, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
HH-65 Dolphin Profile Drawing Prints by George Bieda
Shown here are two of George Bieda's profile drawings, featuring HH-65A Dolphins from CGAS Atlantic City and New Orleans. Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here. These drawings can be customized to reflect any of the Coast Guard air stations at no additional charge. Drawings of the newer "C" variant are also available. We can add up to 3 lines personalization to make your drawing truly unique. If you have any questions about a drawing, call us a call on our toll-free number (888-465-5389)
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