East, West Coasts work under one hangar serving one mission [Image 2 of 2]
CAMP BASTION, AFGHANISTAN
CH-53E Super Stallions with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 361
(Reduced) (Reinforced) line the flightline at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, ready to support International Security Assistance Force operations within the region. Being the only CH-53E squadron with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward), the squadron was reinforced with additional manpower from HMH-366. Together, under the HMH-361 (-) (Rein) flag, the squadrons 17 aircraft have transported more than 4.5 million pounds of cargo, 26,000 personnel and flown more than 3,100 flight hours since they arrived here Aug. 1.
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