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Marine Light Helicopter Squadron 776 (HMM-776) was a reserve helicopter squadron of the United States Marine Corps. The squadron was based at Naval Air Station Glenview, Illinois and fell under Marine Air Control Group 48 and the 4th Marine Aircraft Wing. HML-776 was deactivated on July 1, 1994.



Marine Helicopter Transport Squadron 776 (HMR-776) was activated at Naval Air Station Glenview, Illinois on April 1, 1959. They were the second helicopter squadron to form at NAS Glenview after HMR-763 was activated in April 1958. In April 1962, the squadron was redesignated Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 776 (HMM-776). The redesignated HMM-763 was deactivated 30 September 1962 and its personnel reassigned to HMM-776. Another change in designation took place in 1972 when the squadron traded in its UH-34Ds for UH-1Es, and was again redesignated to its final name, HML-776. In January 1979 the squadron was reassigned to Marine Air Control Group 48.

In 1990, HML-776 was called to active duty in support of Operation Desert Storm and was deployed to Okinawa to fill a gap in forces left by the deployment of active duty forces to Southwest Asia. In 1991, while assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 36, HML-776 was sent to the Philippines to assist in relief operations following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo. The squadron returned to NAS Glenview in 1991 and returned to reserve status. In 1994, as part of the reorganization of the Marine Forces Reserve, HML-776...
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