Wings the Marines of HMM-165
1991
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LZ Lonesome Dove - A HMM-165 CH-46E aircraft sits on the deck in LZ Lonesome Dove during Operation Desert Storm, The Gulf War, February 1991 - photo courtesy of a reserve Gunny -
Tanajib Saudi Arabia - Composite of the flight line at Tanajib (Jan 1991 - Desert Storm) Smoke from oil well fires in background. HMM-165 Phrogs are in grey & tan. Click the photo for an enlarged view - photo courtesy of Robert "Chuck" Holomshek -
Medevac Standby at 1st MarDiv HQ (Jan 1991) - photo courtesy of Kurt "Buzzard" Miller -
Commanding Officer LtCol M.D. "Sam" Hall announcing the beginning of the war. Desert Shield to Desert Storm. Jan 16, 1991 - photo courtesy of Kurt "Buzzard" Miller -
Task Force X-Ray - HMM-165 CO was Mission Commander & Flight Leader (AFL) and OPsO was the HC(A) (now called AMC) . Mission was comprised of 51 helicopters from 12 different squadrons. The first 4 phrogs in the Flight were from 165..(Feb 1991) Click the photo for an enlarged view - photo courtesy of Kurt "Buzzard" Miller -
Good News - Squadron personnel listening to announcement of cease-fire over Armed Forces Radio. (Feb 1991) - photo courtesy of Kurt "Buzzard" Miller -
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