usa Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367

US Marine Corps


HMLA-367 :

1968 to present    






Helicopters

Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367 US Marine Corps

Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367
Scarface, tail code VT,

Formed from VMO-3 in March 1968 as HML-367. On December 1969 received the AH-1G Cobra and is redesignated as HMLA-367.



The last HMLA-367 AH-1W Super Cobra was retired in Mar 2018. It is being replaced by the AH-1Z Viper; three of which arrived in Dec 2017.



Huey picture was taken in late 1975 by Lt Steve Hornberger. I believe the crew chief was Corporal Dennis Angelica, and they were doing carrier quals. I was flight line section chief with hmla-367 Scarface at the time. Commanding officer was lieutenant colonel James Gentry and during a 2012 reunion, he shared with us that were there, and Dennis Angelica was one of us.


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Fuel Additive Experiment During RIMPAC 2018, 18-Jul-18 : #fuel Expeditionary Mobile Fuel Additization Capability (EMFAC) used by US Marines UH-1Y and AH-1Z during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise

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 Squadron 367 "Scarface".



Locations


YearsLocationICAO/FAA
2012/    MCAS Kaneohe Bay PHNG
1979/12MCAS Camp PendletonKNFG
1971/79JP MCAS FutenmaROTM


Models

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YearsModels
2008/    UH-1Y Venom
1976/09UH-1N
1969/    209 AH-1 Cobra
1968/76UH-1E Iroquois





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