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Ugly Angels return to K-Bay

Sgt. Andrew White, platoon sergeant, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 362, greets his wife and infant son at the unit's homecoming at Hangar 101 on Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay March 18 after being deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Approximately 200 "Ugly Angels" were deployed for seven months and were replaced in country by Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 earlier this month.



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This work, Ugly Angels return to K-Bay [Image 2 of 2], by Cpl Vanessa American Horse, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.18.2011

Date Posted:03.18.2011 22:25

Photo ID:379322

VIRIN:110318-M-TN436-001

Resolution:3573x3744

Size:997.89 KB

Location:KANEOHE, HI, USGlobe

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