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Hawaii Marines transforming squadron to fly Ospreys

By Associated Press

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The Marine Corps in Hawaii is officially transforming its Sea Stallion helicopter squadron into an Osprey aircraft squadron. 

The shift will take place during a change of command ceremony at Kaneohe Bay on Thursday. 

The $70 million Osprey is the military's latest-generation transport aircraft. 

It combines airplane-like wings with rotors that allow it to take off and land like a helicopter. Its engines roll forward in flight allowing it to fly faster than a standard helicopter.  

Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 363 will wrap its battle colors a final time as Lt. Col. Mark Revor is relieved as the squadron's commanding officer. The squadron flew CH-53D aircraft.

Lt. Col. Timothy Miller, will then assume command and unfurl the unit's new battle colors to officially activate Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 363.







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