Have Guns, Will Travel

13 Sep 2019 | Cpl. Morgan Collett 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing

The unique training done by Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron (HMLA) 167 and Air Force Joint Terminal Attack Control not only helps HMLA-167 increase efficiency in complex and tactically challenging environments, it also gives the squadron a chance to grow interoperability with its Air Force counterparts. As Lt. Col. Pablo Torres, HMLA-167 Commanding Officer says, "It takes a team to get the mission accomplished here." All 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing squadrons understand the importance of tough, realistic training ensuring all Marines and aircraft are ready to be called upon at a moment's notice.

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