HSC-25Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Twenty Five
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HSC-25 provides a multi-mission rotary wing capability for units in the U.S.
The incident was the 13th emergency call to HSC-25 by U.S.
While one data point does not make a trend, the HSC-25 maintenance department is equipped and ready to continue providing quality aircraft to our flight crews, and incorporating high velocity learning will improve our squadron, the HSC community and Naval Aviation capabilities and talents.
The incident was just the latest in an HSC-25's ongoing endeavor to help safeguard the local community and properties from fires.
This week was the first during which all the alert crews entirely were with HSC-25. Some of the crew members had been in-country longer than others.
Thomas Frederick is "rescued" by search-and-rescue responders from the HSC-25 Island Knights after being secured in a rescue strop.
John Compton as commanding officer of the HSC-25 Island Knights at Andersen AFB, Guam, on 15 October.
Coast Guard Sector Guam, fire and rescue requested assistance from HSC-25. The helicopter was able to locate the hiker quickly for transport to the U.S.
USCGC Assateague (WPB 1337) and HSC-25 responded to a mayday call aboard a U.S.
On 29 October 2008 HSC-25 returned to Guam after completing a nine-month deployment in support of the 7th Fleet in the western Pacific Ocean.
HSC-25 passed the position to GFR who arrived on the scene, transferred the two people to their response vessel, and put the disabled boat in tow.
Since February 1984, HSC-25 has moved millions of tons of supplies and ammunition, as well as thousands of personnel, providing much of the logistics power to the 7th and 5th Fleets.