Helicopter Squadron 269 U.S. Marine Corps Forces Atlantic Postal Service Center Box 21022 Jacksonville, NC 28545-1022. Deployment address: Rank, Last name, First name, MI. Section (i.e. AVI, FL, S-1, etc.) HMLA 269 UNIT 77031 FPO AE 09510-7031 . Commercial: (910) 449-5366 DSN: 752-6878
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1st Lieutenant Wiesman reported the Gunrunners of HMLA-269 in November of 2007. In 2008 and 2009, Capt Wiesman deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, OIF 08.2 and 09.2. Capt Wiesman held the billets of Schedule Writer, Ground Training Officer, and Aviation Safety Officer.
Sep 30, 2018 · The UIP for Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 369 is an all-inclusive resource of OFFICIAL unit information. Includes Official HMLA-369 and MC websites, HMLA-369 DRC Deployment Readiness Coordinator name and contact, HMLA-369 Facebook Pages, HMLA-369 Groups and more. Jul 31, 2014 · HMLA-269 training with FARP US Marine Corps, July 31, 2014 - MARINE CORPS OUTLYING FIELD CAMP DAVIS, NC by Cpl Jackeline Perez Rivera - A Forward Arming and Refueling Point was established at Marine Corps Outlying Field Camp Davis, near Holly Ridge, N.C., to support aircraft and provide real-world training experience to Marines from Marine At the end of that year HMLA-267 became the sole provider of HMLA detachments to the 11th, 13th, 15th, and 31st Marine Expeditionary Units (MEU’s) in support of I MEF and III MEF. While other MAG 39 squadrons continued to deploy to Iraq in support of counter-insurgency operations there, the Stingers began regularly deploying from Southern model planes model aircraft usmc ah-1w hmla-167 hmla-169 hmla-267 hmla-269 hmla-367 hmla-369 hmla-773 hmla-775 hmt-303 av-8 vma-211 vma-214 vma-231 vma-311 vma-331 vma-513 vma-542 vmat-203 ch-46 hmm-161 hmm-162 hmm-163 hmm-164 hmm-165 hmm-166 hmm-261 hmm-262 hmm-263 hmm-264 hmm-265 hmm-266 hmm-268 hmm-364 hmm-365 hmm-764 hmm-774 hmt-204 hmt-301 ch-53d hmh-362 hmh-363 hmh-366 hmh-462 hmh-463
UH-1Y from HMLA-367 first combat deployment, 13-Nov-09 : CAMP BASTION, Helmand province, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan by Lance Cpl. Samuel A. Nasso, Marine Aircraft Group 40 - The sound of four blade rotors echoes across the Helmand sky, as the UH-1Y Huey helicopter made its first combat deployment with Marine Light Attack Helicopter
Sgt. Benjamin Hebert, a crew chief with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469 (HMLA-469), based out of Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, Calif., observes and verifies hits as Sgt. Daniel O’Niel, an aerial observer, fires a GAU-21 machine gun from a UH-1Y “Venom,” during exercise “Scorpion Fire,” at the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. After an arduous deployment the squadron returned home once again to MCAS Tustin in November 1995. The squadron was kept busy in 1996 and early 1997 with Desert Lift ’96, Desert Punch ’97, CAX 5/6-96 and 3/4-97, Desert Fire Exercise 2-97, WTI 2-96 and 2-97, Free Spirit 2-96, Steel Knight ’97 and KITP 1997.