The CH-53s from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
461 flew the bottled water ashore.
Caption: Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
(HMH) 461 conducts flight operations with CH-53E Super Stallions from the flight deck of amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) during humanitarian assistance efforts after Hurricane Irma.
Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
361, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing currently deployed with 1st Marine Aircraft Wing as part of the unit deployment program, worked alongside the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and Okinawa emergency services in Exercise Chura-Shima Rescue 2016 July 21, at Camp Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
Marines from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
464 roll the blades of a CH-53E Super Stallion aboard USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) during the Caribbean phase of Continuing Promise 2008.
At that same moment more than 500 miles away, a CH-53D Sea Stallion squadron, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
362, from Marine Aircraft Group 24 (MAG-24) of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, was preparing for flight operations at Al Asad Airbase in Iraq.
A crew Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
461 were preparing to fly a long-range external transport of an M998/HMMWV from the Horn of Africa.
* Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
462, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, San Diego, Calif., United States Marine Corps
Shortly after the start of the operation, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
464, based on the Kearsarge, was assigned to deliver ammunition to elements of the 11th Marine Artillery Regiment, which provided cover for coalition forces as they advanced through Iraq.
Having trained to coordinate with partner nations throughout Central and South America specifically for missions like this, the "Hustlers" of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
(HMH) 772, a Marine Reserve heavy-lift squadron attached to the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Southern Command, were poised for duty.
The crew of Unsung 27, assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
462, was the lead aircraft in a section of two CH-53E helos.
Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallions assigned to Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
(HMH) 361 and HMH-461 land for a static refuel during Weapons and Tactics Instructor course.
Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron
363 conducted wind envelope expansion testing of the CH-53D Sea Stallion on board Boxer (LHD 4) in September 2005, right.