Images: 'Flying Tigers' retract claws; 'Ironhorse' assumes heavy-lift responsibility [Image 2 of 3]
Photo by Sgt. Derek Carlson
Lt. Col. Douglas Glasgow, the Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 361 "Flying Tigers" commanding officer, and Sgt. Maj. James Cully, the squadron's sergeant major, case the squadron's battle colors at a Transfer of Authority ceremony aboard Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, Feb, 1. The HMH-361 Flying Tigers passed responsibility as the CH-53E Super Stallion heavy-lift squadron to HMH-461 "Ironhorse." While in Afghanistan, the Flying Tigers transported more than 8.7 million pounds of Marine Air Ground Task Force assets and more than 37,000 coalition forces in support of combat operations.
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Date Posted:02.03.2011 05:19
Location:CAMP BASTION, AF