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  • Garfield411
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    Re: Hml-767

    Originally posted by hma1369 View Post
    After 767 deactivated it was redesignated HMLA-775 Det A. They were redesignated again to HMLA-773 Det B a few years ago.
    Thanks for the reminder, I forgot about the 775 designation. I left the unit and Reserves in 1995 roughly a year after HML-767 was deactivated. As I understand it there is a possibility that New Orleans may lose the squadron/unit in the future. The Marine Air Wing Reserve does not look like it did when I first joined it in '88 when I got off of active duty and there have been a lot of changes.

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  • hma1369
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    Re: Hml-767

    After 767 deactivated it was redesignated HMLA-775 Det A. They were redesignated again to HMLA-773 Det B a few years ago.

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  • Garfield411
    started a topic Hml-767

    Hml-767

    Did not see it on here, so I started one for HML-767. HML-767 transitioned to the Huey when they traded in their 46's around 1979. Now it is HMLA-773 Det B I believe. Could be wrong about the Det letter.
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