HMH-461

HMH-461 crews pass 1,000 operational flight hours milestone in CH-53K

HMH-461 crews pass 1,000 operational flight hours milestone in CH-53K

16-Jun-2023Source: US Marines

U.S. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 461 reached the 1,000 operational-flight hour milestone in the CH-53K King Stallion at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, April 21, 2023. The CH-53K is the Marine Corps’ newest heavy-lift helicopter that is replacing the CH-53E Super Stallion. HMH-461 transitioned from a CH-53E squadron to a CH-53K... Read more

CH-53K completes first exercise

CH-53K completes first exercise

15-Sep-2022Source: US Marine

  Arid, hot air sits heavy over the mountains. Soon, the autumn winds will sweep the lands to chase away the heat, but before they can, the chop of helicopter rotor blades can be heard through the valleys. Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 461 has been here before, but never with the latest innovation in... Read more

HMH-461 Conducts Re-designation Ceremony

HMH-461 Conducts Re-designation Ceremony

2-Feb-2022Source: US Marine Corps

Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 461 held a re-designation ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, Jan. 24, 2022. The squadron received its first CH-53K King Stallion, and the ceremony signified the beginning of the Marine Corps’ modernization from the CH-53E Super Stallion to the CH-53K King Stallion in support of the... Read more

HMH-461 welcomes new commanding officer

HMH-461 welcomes new commanding officer

29-Oct-2013Source: USMC

Lt. Col. Nicholas A. Morris relinquished command of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 461 to Lt. Col. Wade J. Dunford during a change of command ceremony at the HMH-461 flight line, Oct. 18. Morris’ first duty station was Marine Corps Air Station New River in 1997, where he served as a pilot for Marine Heavy... Read more

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