Marines Keep Hueys and Cobras Flying

Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 267 has been at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan for about a month now. They run constant operations, but as Sgt. Andrew Milner discovered, this can't be maintained without continual maintenance of their UH1-Y(Yankee) Venoms, also called super Hueys, and their AH-1 Cobras. Sgt. Milner spoke to Marine Lance Corporal Bijan Roy who is from Silver Springs, Maryland and works as an airframe mechanic out of Camp Pendleton, California. Some Video provided by LCpl. Sean D. Ross, Regional Command Southwest (RC-SW) Combat Camera

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