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  • usa Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773

    US Marine Corps


    HMLA-773 :

    1958 to present    







    Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773 US Marine Corps

    Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773
    Red Dogs, tail code MP, MN, MM Marine Corps Reserves.

    1958 - Marine Helicopter Transport Squadron 773 (HMR-773)
    1962apr - Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 773 (HMM-773)
    1962aug - deactivated
    1968 - reactivated
    1969sep - deactivated
    1971 - Marine Attack Helicopter Squadron 773 (HMA-773)
          1971/78 Army AH-1G
          1978/1992 AH-1J
          1992- AH-1W

    1994 merge with HML-776
    1994 - Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773 (HMLA-773)


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    News of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773


    Final Flight of UH-1N Huey for HMLA-773, 03-Sep-14 : NAVAL AIR STATION JOINT RESERVE BASE, New Orleans by Cpl. J. Gage Karwick - After more than 40 years of service, the Marine Corps retired the aging UH-1N Huey helicopter during a “sundown ceremony” Aug. 28, 2014, aboard Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, New Orleans.

    HMLA-773 maintainers make Robins home, 08-Jun-12 : ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga by Jenny Gordon, Robins Public Affairs - Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773, the Marine Corps Reserves' only attack helicopter squadron, includes 350 Marines stationed here.



    Locations


    YearsLocationICAO/FAA
    2011/    Wrightstown / McGuire AFB / Dix LakehurstKWRI
    2011/    NAS JRB New OrleansKNBG
    2010/    Robins AFBKWRB
    2002/10Dobbins AFBKMGE
    1976/10Clay National Guard CenterKNCQ
    1971/76MCAS El ToroKNZJ
    1968/69Los AlamitosKSLI
    1958/62Grosse IleKONZ


    Models

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    YearsModels
    2014/    UH-1Y Venom
    1994/14UH-1N
    1971/    209 AH-1 Cobra
    1960/69S-58 H-34










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