Taking a Huey helicopter ride in Orange Beach, Alabama.Pictured: Pete Peterson, in red shirt, and Jodi and Brian Harsany on the Huey during its stop a The Wharf in August. (Click the photo to see a video from the ride.)

By Matt McCrary

October 26, 2018 – Orange Beach, AL (OBA®) – Friends of Army Aviation- Ozark and its UH-1H Huey helicopter have returned to the area to participate in the AOPA: your freedom to fly Fly-In at Jack Edwards National Airport (KJKA) today and tomorrow, Oct. 26-27.

In early August, the non-profit was in Orange Beach providing unforgettable rides over the coastline. Don't miss this chance to experience it.

The organization honors the contributions of all of the country's brave soldiers and the Army aircraft that supported them through times of war. By introducing Americans to the rich history of Army Aviation, the group aims to help our nation’s memories live on.

Join them in Gulf Shores for a ride on a UH-1H Huey helicopter. Bring your family and friends to enjoy a day of fun by taking a ride in a Huey helicopter ($50/person)—an experience you won’t forget. Rides will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Before and after a ride, enjoy the hundreds of aircraft and other activities at Jack Edwards National Airport on Friday and Saturday.

Jack Edwards' Airport