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HSC-25, Detachment 6 returns home to Guam

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by MC2 TIMOTHY WILSON

Detachment Six, from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25, returned to their home base of Guam, June 7. During their six month deployment, they worked side by side with partner nations during multinational exercises, gaining numerous flight qualifications and performing other essential missions such as medevac rescues.

At the same time, four sailors were promoted, sixteen sailors qualified for their surface warfare badges, three earned their air wings and several personal awards were recognized before a crowd of family and friends.

Lt. Ben Storozum, Assistant Officer in Charge, Detachment 6, HSC-25 acknowledged, "I want everyone to know how proud I am and proud you should be about these detachments accomplishments over the past six months. We deployed back in December with one of the most talented and impressive groups of maintenance and air crew that I have ever seen. And we are coming today with an even more impressive group."

You can watch more stories like these on the joint Military News Network which airs on   channel 14 on MCV and channel 23 on GTA.

 

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