2nd Battalion, 147th Assault Helicopter Battalion


Soldiers from the Regimental Support Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, perform sling load operations on Black Hawks from the Minnesota National Guard's 2-147 Assault Helicopter Battalion during an eXportable Combat Training Capability exercise at Fort Hood, Texas. Soldiers from 2-147 contributed to the aviation support for the XCTC exercise for the 278th ACR from the Tennessee National Guard as they prepare for an upcoming rotation to the National Training Center in 2018. (Minnesota National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Katherine Zins)

Unit Information

2nd Battalion, 147th Assault Helicopter (2-147 AHB) is an Army National Guard utility helicopter battalion headquartered in St. Paul that supports the 34th Infantry Division and the State of Minnesota by providing air lift, scouting, mobility, and support of civil authorities. The aviators of the 2-147 AHB fly the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.

2-147 AHB has 6 subordinate units; A Company, D Company, and E Company at St Paul's Holman Field as well as B Company in the Kentucky National Guard, C Company in the Iowa National Guard.

<p>LTC Kyle Liudahl<br>Commander</p>

LTC Kyle Liudahl

<p>CSM Todd Sudheimer<br>Senior Enlisted</p>

CSM Todd Sudheimer
Senior Enlisted

Unit Address:

206 Airport Road
St. Paul, MN 55107

Unit Telephone:


34th Red Bull Infantry Division