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Cpl. Bryce Hawkins, an aerial observer with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269, flies in a UH-1Y Huey next to an AH-1Z Viper during Exercise Deep Water 2020 over Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing's interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Juan C. Dominguez)
A UH-1Y Huey with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 flies during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
A UH-1Y Huey, AH-1Z Viper, and CH-53E Super Stallions with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 and Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464 prepare to land during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
CH-53E Super Stallions with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 and HMH-461 prepare to land during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
An AH-1Z Viper with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 flies during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
MV-22B Ospreys with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 266, VMM-162, VMM-261, and VMM-263 land during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
Gunnery Sgt. Corey M. Butts, a crew chief with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167, looks out the side of a UH-1Y Huey during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
Marines with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 conduct a flight brief during Exercise Deep Water 2020 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, July 29, 2020. The purpose of the exercise is to increase 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing’s interoperability and readiness on a scale that simulates peer-level threats. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III)
The Third Annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River filter into the chapel for the third annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
Displays were set up throughout the chapel for the Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium to show the history of the female Marine, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
Sgt. Maj. Robert A. Allen Jr. gives the opening remarks at the third annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River filter into the chapel for the third annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
The Third Annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
The Third Annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 25. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mary M. Carmona/Released.)
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 Marines bid fair winds and following seas to the UH-1N Huey on its final flight with the squadron across the skies of Marine Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 5. Two UH-1N Hueys were joined by its replacement, a UH-1Y Huey and its partner in the sky, an AH-1W Cobra. After the flight, Col. Scott S. Jensen, Marine Aircraft Group 29 commanding officer, reflected on the history of the UH-1N Huey.
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 Marines bids fair winds and following seas to the UH-1N Huey on it final flight with the squadron with a parade across the skies of Marines Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 5.Two UH-1N Hueys were joined by its replacement a UH-1Y Huey and its partner in the sky, an AH-1W Cobra. After the flight, Col. Scott S. Jenson, Marine Aircraft Group 29 commanding officer, reflected on the history of the UH-1N Huey.
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 Marines bids fair winds and following seas to the UH-1N Huey on it final flight with the squadron with a parade across the skies of Marines Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 5.
Two UH-1N Hueys were joined by its replacement a UH-1Y Huey and its partner in the sky, an AH-1W Cobra. After the flight, Col. Scott S. Jenson, Marine Aircraft Group 29 commanding officer, reflected on the history of the UH-1N Huey.
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 Marines bids fair winds and following seas to the UH-1N Huey on it final flight with the squadron with a parade across the skies of Marines Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 5.
Two UH-1N Hueys were joined by its replacement a UH-1Y Huey and its partner in the sky, an AH-1W Cobra. After the flight, Col. Scott S. Jenson, Marine Aircraft Group 29 commanding officer, reflected on the history of the UH-1N Huey.
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 Marines bids fair winds and following seas to the UH-1N Huey on it final flight with the squadron with a parade across the skies of Marines Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 5.Two UH-1N Hueys were joined by its replacement a UH-1Y Huey and its partner in the sky, an AH-1W Cobra. After the flight, Col. Scott S. Jenson, Marine Aircraft Group 29 commanding officer, reflected on the history of the UH-1N Huey.