Aerial minesweeping squadron grows into `one Navy' identity

Jones, Bobby
March 1997
All Hands;Mar1997, Issue 959, p27
Features the two helicopter minesweeping squadrons of the United States Navy. Description of the makeup of the two squadrons; Participation in fleet exercises; Organization of the two squadrons into detachments.


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