U.S. Marine Corps retired Bell AH-1W Super Cobra after 34 years of service

The US Marine Corps retired the Bell AH-1W Super Cobra fleet after successfully delivers more than 900,000 Flight Hours FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 19, 2020) – The United States Marine Corps, USMC, have officially retired the Bell AH-1W Super Cobra from their ranks after more than 30 years of dependable service. The iconic dual-blade aircraft served Leer másU.S. Marine Corps retired Bell AH-1W Super Cobra after 34 years of service[…]

Marines Embark Merchant Vessel to Provide Security in Strait of Hormuz Transit

From U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs STRAIT OF HORMUZ (NNS) — Marines and Sailors deployed with Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team, Central Command (FASTCENT) Company, assigned to Naval Amphibious Force, Task Force 51/5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (TF 51/5th MEB), embarked on a Military Sealift Command time chartered vessel in the Arabian Gulf to provide Leer másMarines Embark Merchant Vessel to Provide Security in Strait of Hormuz Transit[…]

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