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LtCol. David A. Wilbur (left) Commanding Officer of Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 (VMFA(AW)-332) and Colonel Robert S. Walsh (right), Commanding Officer of Marine Aircraft Group 31 (MAG-31) pose with US Marine Corps Pilots Capt. Mark Bortmen (mid-left) and Capt. Greg Summa (mid-right) who completed a Marine Corps wide record after landing.  VMFA(AW)-332 completed its 100,000th hour of mishap-free flight time that started back in 1978.  Capt. Bortmen and Capt. Summa piloted the 100,000th hour from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, to VMFA(AW)-332's home station, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC on May 24, 2005. (Official USMC photo by LCpl Brown)(RELEASED)
050524-m-2697b-006.jpg Photo By: Lance Corporal Edward Brown

May 24, 2005
MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina - LtCol. David A. Wilbur (left) Commanding Officer of Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 332 (VMFA(AW)-332) and Colonel Robert S. Walsh (right), Commanding Officer of Marine Aircraft Group 31 (MAG-31) pose with US Marine Corps Pilots Capt. Mark Bortmen (mid-left) and Capt. Greg Summa (mid-right) who completed a Marine Corps wide record after landing. VMFA(AW)-332 completed its 100,000th hour of mishap-free flight time that started back in 1978. Capt. Bortmen and Capt. Summa piloted the 100,000th hour from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, to VMFA(AW)-332's home station, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC on May 24, 2005. (Official USMC photo by LCpl Brown)(RELEASED)


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