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HMM-262 Squadron Departing

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  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    See my new email above. Thanks -Submitted by: Len Collins [leonard.collins@comcast.net] 2010-06-10
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    The main body of 262 left Nam on or around 16 May 1971, not 1970, and we flew into Okinawa. Not everyone went to Kaneohe. Depending on amount of time in country and last previous tour overseas some Marines were reassigned to units on the island while the majority of the squadron did go on to Hawaii. -Submitted by: Rod Poissant [rodpoissant@hotmail.com] 2006-11-19
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    I remember when HMM 262 flew into KMCAS Hawaii in a formation of 46s and 53s. A good friend, Ralph Hart was among the returning squadron members. I was with H&MS 24 Helo Test-Cells at the time, and it was a unique treat to watch all those crew chiefs and squadron members walking around the enlisted and NCO Clubs like proud Banny Roosters, and deservedly so. Anyone who knew LCpl Ralph Hart, please advise. Semper Fi (Sgt. V. Craig 69-73) -Submitted by: Vincent Craig [uduhhuh@yahoo.com] 2006-05-23

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