January 2005
Sea Power;Jan2005, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p111
The article presents a chart containing information related to U.S. Marine Corps aviation organization. The headquarters of U.S. Marine Corps is in Arlington, Virginia. Some of the aircrafts in the Marine Corps are: HMH-361, HMH-462, HMH-466, HMLA-773, VMFA-134, HMLA-369 along with others.


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