Trying to find refueling tracks from early 1970s

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Unread post25 Apr 2018, 13:07

Hi all,

I'm trying to find information on refueling tracks that existed in Ohio in early 1970s (preferably 1973), especially those that were used to refuel helicopters (most likely by C-130 models).

I have found some more recent maps online, but I haven't found older ones. According to this 1974 NTSB refueling accident report, those would be described at least in "The Department of Defense (DOD) Flight Information Publication, Section IIa, Military Training Routes":
http://libraryonline.erau.edu/online-fu ... R75-12.pdf

I have understood there are members here who have flown on such routes and used such charts. Any pointers where I should look for those would be appreciated.
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Unread post18 May 2018, 00:08

Here's an additional related question: Are slow routes (SR) used for helicopter refueling training too, or does that happen only on specific refueling tracks? I know that slow routes are at least used by both C-130s and helicopters.

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