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HSC-25 : Island Knights
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2005 to present    







Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Five US Navy

Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Five
Island Knights, tail code RB. Redesignated from former Helicopter Combat Support Squadron FIVE ( HC-5 ) after transitioning to the MH-60S Seahawk.

Based in Guam, as of 2018 remains as the only US Navy expeditionary HSC squadron.


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Guam Navy Squadron MedEvac Cruise Ship, 24-May-20 : #Guam US Navy Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron HSC-25 “Island Knights” based at Andersen AFB in Guam completed a urgent medical evacuation (MedEvac) of a patient from the cruise ship Pacific Princess north of Saipan

HSC-25 Rescues Distressed Sailor at Sea, 29-Jul-19 : #MedicalEvacuation US Navy’ Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron HSC-25 flying the MH-60S Seahawk from Andersen, Guam completed its 14th rescue mission this year with a emergency medical evacuation from a 32 foot sailboat at 100 nm west of the island

American Seahawk in Australian Frigate, 25-Apr-19 : US Navy’ Sikorsky MH-60S Seahawks from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron HSC-25 based in Guam conducted deck landing qualifications with Royal Australian Navy’ frigate HMAS Melbourne (FFG-05) in the Philippine Sea

Navy Firefighting in Southern Guam, 24-Apr-19 : #firefighting Seahawks from the Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron HSC-25 helped to contain a brush fire in Santa Rita, Guam. HSC-25 is the Navy’ only forward deployed MH-60S expeditionary squadron

Alaska TACPs Joint Training in Guam, 04-Aug-15 : USAF Tactical Air Control Party (TACPs) assigned to 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) at JB Elmendorf-Richardson Alaska, made the long journey to Guam for joint training.

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YearsLocationICAO/FAA
2005/    GU Andersen AFBPGUA




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YearsModels
2005/    S-70 H-60     MH-60S Seahawk








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