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    Norfolk, VA , US  

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    HSC-22 Holds Aerial Change of Command

    HSC-22 Holds Aerial Change of Command

    05.05.2022 | Courtesy Photo
    Close up of two helicopters in flight. “CRUSADER 22, a MH-60S Knight Hawk piloted by CAPT Ryan Keys and CDR Aaron Berger, takes the lead from...

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    HSC-22 Holds Aerial Change of Command

    05.05.2022 | Courtesy Story
    The “Sea Knights” of Helicopter Sea Squadron (HSC) 22, stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, held an aerial change of command ceremony, May 5.

    Unified Command Safely De-Fuels E-2D Hawkeye from...

    04.02.2022 | Courtesy Story
    Interagency members assigned to the unified command supporting salvage operations for the Navy E-2D Advanced Hawkeye that crashed in the vicinity of Wallops Island and Chincoteague safely de-fueled the aircraft April 2.

    Salvage Planning Efforts Underway for the E-2...

    04.01.2022 | Courtesy Story
    Salvage planning efforts are underway for the Navy E-2D Advanced Hawkeye attached to Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 120 that crashed in the vicinity of Wallops Island and Chincoteague, Va, March 30. The crash, which left one service member dead and two injured remains under investigation.

    Service Member Killed in E-2D Crash Identified

    04.01.2022 | Courtesy Story
    On Wednesday, March 30, Lt. Hyrum Hanlon, assigned to Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 120 lost his life when an E-2D Advanced Hawkeye conducting routine flight operations crashed in the vicinity of Wallops Island and Chincoteague, Va.

    Norfolk-based E-2 Hawkeye Crashes, Two Injured, One...

    03.30.2022 | Courtesy Story
    The E-2D crashed at approximately 7:30 p.m. Two crew members were rescued by Maryland State Police and transported to Wallops Island for follow-on medical treatment for non-life threatening injuries. The names of injured crewmembers will not be released due to privacy concerns.

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    All Things Naval Aviation

    Welcome, you're listening to All Things Naval Aviation podcast with host Rear Adm. John Meier, Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic who discusses...