usa Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772

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Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772 US Marine Corps

Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772
Hustler, tail code MT:
1958 - Helicopter Transport Squadron 772 (HMR-772)
1962 - Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 772 (HMM-772)
1971 - Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772 (HMH-772).
      1980-1983 Det.A formed from HMH-769
      1980 - Det.B formed from HMH-777

1980-1995 the squadron operated the RH-53D

The unit still had CH-53As when I left in 1985, Bob Johnson
We transitioned to D models in 1991 in Okinawa, Cpl PW May
end of '93-early '94 a crew went to Norfolk to do the acceptance inspections, and then the acft were flown back to Willow Grove

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HMH-772 surpasses 40,000 mishap-free flight hours, 09-Mar-13 : ALEXANDRIA REGIONAL AIRPORT, La. -- Marines of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772 reached a milestone by surpassing 40,000 Class A mishap-free flight hours Feb. 1, 2013, transiting from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., to San Antonio.

Marines HMH-772 arrive at JB MDL, 25-Mar-11 : Helicopters attached to the Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772 officially touched down at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst March 18.


2011/    Wrightstown / McGuire AFB / Dix LakehurstKWRI
2001/11NAS LakehurstKNEL
1995/97MCAS New RiverKNCA
1972/01NAS JRB Willow GroveKNXX
1970/72NAS LakehurstKNEL
1958/70NAS JRB Willow GroveKNXX


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1995/    s-80 H-53E
1993/95US Navy RH-53D
1970/95s-65 H-53
1958/71s-58 H-34

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