AH-1W Super Cobra

Pilots with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 773, the Marine Corps Reserves’ only attack helicopter squadron, take an AH-1W Super Cobra out for a test flight July 25. The Robins detachment is one of three in HMLA-773; the others are located in Louisiana and New Jersey. The "Red Dogs" squadron includes AH-1W Super Cobra attack helicopters and UH-1N Huey utility helicopters, which perform close support functions both overseas and stateside. HMLA-773 falls under the command of Marine Aircraft Group 49, also at Robins, and is part of the 4th Marine Aircraft Wing. Both units relocated to Robins in June 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton)

PHOTO BY: Tommie Horton
VIRIN: 130725-F-UI543-005.JPG
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