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VMM-162 is in the sand box

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  • VMM-162 is in the sand box

    Well like is says we are here the V-22 is here to stay and the fight is on.

    Well I should take that back This war is not the same war I was in back in 2004-2005 or even 2003 when I was fling in the back of phrogs, Its about 180 degrees out. That is a good thing still a threat and I will not say someone doesnt want to kill us they do but it is not the same as it was.
    Hard to believe it.

    Like I said we are here and I am working on getting the aircrew on here so we can get the next generation lto ogin on here and join the crew.


  • #2
    We are with You

    May I say welcome aboard. We have faith in your skills and abilities to get the job done.

    We were there before and now it is your turn. Believe it or not -- some of us would like to be a member of a flight crew and flying in combat again -- smile.

    Keep safe -- keep them turning and burning.
    Semper Fi


    • #3
      Keep the tradition going Johnny! I was with HMM-262 in Nam and came back to New River to join up with HMM-162 in 68. You guys are like us only 40+ years later, 262 was just transforming from 34's to 46's when I joined them. Now you are going from 46's to 22's. Lets hope the 22's can last as long as the 46's, it all has to do with good maintenance. You guys kept the 46's going long after we left and I know you can do the same with the 22's and there will be Marines after you that will work hard to make sure the old birds keep flying safely!
      Last edited by timothy; 05-09-2008, 19:27.
      Semper Fi