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Marine Corps squadron recognizes the 377th ABW

Left to right 377th Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Robert Stamper, VMM-362 Commander Lt. Col. Matthew McSorley, 377th ABW Commander Col. David Miller, VMM-361 Sgt. Maj. John Doring

Left to right 377th Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Robert Stamper, VMM-362 Commander Lt. Col. Matthew McSorley, 377th ABW Commander Col. David Miller, VMM-362 Sgt. Maj. John Doring

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. --

The United States Marine Corps Squadron VMM-362 (Ugly Angels) recognized the 377th ABW and mission partners for outstanding support during a temporary duty assingment to Kirtland Air Force Base. The Ugly Angels is a newly formed Marine Corps VM-22 squadron in Initial Operating Capability (IOC) phase. They conducted their deployment training at Kirtland from 11 July through 2 August, deploying five MV-22 Aircraft and 120 Marines. Lt. Col. McSorley expressed his sincere thanks on behalf of the Marines and was impressed with the professionalism and overwhelming support they received from every agency they encountered. He also shared that the training and experience they received here was a huge success and extremely valuable in their development as a unit and future mission success.