• OH-58D Kiowa Warriors sitting on a flightline at Hanchey Army Heliport are turned white during a rare snow storm Feb. 12 that coated Fort Rucker with about two inches, according to Lou Straw, forecaster. Prior to Friday\'s accumulation, the installation received one inch in March 1993 and 4.1 inches in 1973, said Cindy Howell, Cairns Army Airfield assistant site manager.

    \'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    OH-58D Kiowa Warriors sitting on a flightline at Hanchey Army Heliport are turned white during a rare snow storm Feb. 12 that coated Fort Rucker with about two inches, according to Lou Straw, forecaster. Prior to Friday\'s accumulation, the...

  • Jacquie Weiss, 10, left, and Mia Edens, 7, try their luck with makeshift cardboard sleds on a slight hill behind their house at Silver Wings housing Feb. 12.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    Jacquie Weiss, 10, left, and Mia Edens, 7, try their luck with makeshift cardboard sleds on a slight hill behind their house at Silver Wings housing Feb. 12.

  • Sisters Avery Edwards, 18, Breianna Clark, 17, and Ariana Clark, 7, double check their snowman's garments Feb. 12 after they created him in their front yard on Ferguson Lane in Bowden Terrace.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    Sisters Avery Edwards, 18, Breianna Clark, 17, and Ariana Clark, 7, double check their snowman's garments Feb. 12 after they created him in their front yard on Ferguson Lane in Bowden Terrace.

  • Vintage aircraft near the U.S. Army Aviation Museum receive a white dusting during a rare snowfall Feb. 12 at Fort Rucker.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    Vintage aircraft near the U.S. Army Aviation Museum receive a white dusting during a rare snowfall Feb. 12 at Fort Rucker.

  • Large snowflakes cover an AH-64 Apache tied down on the flightline at Hanchey Army Heliport Feb. 12.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    Large snowflakes cover an AH-64 Apache tied down on the flightline at Hanchey Army Heliport Feb. 12.

  • The Aviation Branch's logo is barely visible through the snow that fell Feb. 12 at its headquarters at Fort Rucker and throughout the Wiregrass region. Non-essential personnel were released early from work that day due to area roadways' treacherous conditions.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    The Aviation Branch's logo is barely visible through the snow that fell Feb. 12 at its headquarters at Fort Rucker and throughout the Wiregrass region. Non-essential personnel were released early from work that day due to area roadways' treacherous...

  • Snow gives the Fort Rucker Chapel of Wings a winter wonderland look Feb. 12.

    'Let it snow, let it snow' at Fort Rucker

    Snow gives the Fort Rucker Chapel of Wings a winter wonderland look Feb. 12.

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