usa Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169

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HMLA-169 :

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Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169 US Marine Corps

Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169
HMLA-169 initially equipped with the US Army single engine AH-1G Cobra from 1971 thru 1976
HMLA-169 Vipers activated 30 September 1971 at Camp Pendleton as HMA-169 and  assigned to Detachment, MAG-16. Reassigned during September 1978 to MAG-39. Redesignated 1 October 1986 as HMLA-169. During the 1970s and 80s the squadron was involved in the Unit Deployment Program, deploying to Okinawa for 6 month periods. HMLA-169 served in Operation Desert Shield/Storm 1990-91 and participated in Operation Sea Angel (Bangladesh Flood Relief). HMLA-169 has also been deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom .
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Marines HMLA-169 Vipers Test Their UH-1Y Venom, 22-Sep-15 : Marines with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron HMLA-169 conducted weapons proficiency training with the UH-1Y Venom helicopter aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA



Locations


YearsLocationICAO/FAA
1971/    MCAS Camp PendletonKNFG


Models

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YearsModels
2010/    UH-1Y Venom
1986/09UH-1N
1971/    209 AH-1 Cobra


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