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Red Dragons prepare to say goodbye to Sea Knight

Two CH-46E Sea Knights with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 268 fly during a division confined area landing training flight over Fort Hunter Legit, Calif., Sept. 10. The Marine Corps has been training and flying with the CH-46 Sea Knight since 1964.



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This work, Red Dragons prepare to say goodbye to Sea Knight [Image 2 of 13], by Cpl Raquel Barraza, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.10.2013

Date Posted:09.26.2013 14:01

Photo ID:1026314

VIRIN:130910-M-RB277-156

Resolution:4338x3036

Size:665.68 KB

Location:FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, CA, USGlobe

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