James, Michael, Capt

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7566-Pilot HMH CH-53E Qualified
Last MOSGroup
Pilots/Naval Flight Officers
Primary Unit
1985-1986, 7566, HMH-465 (Warhorse)



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Last Address
Tustin, CA

Date of Passing
May 09, 1986
Location of Interment
Resthaven Park West Cemetery - Glendale, Arizona
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Officials Identify Marines Killed, Hurt in Twentynine Palms Helicopter Crash
May 11, 1986

Officials at the Marine Corps Air Station in Tustin on Saturday identified the four Marines who were killed and a fifth who was injured in a helicopter crash Friday near Twentynine Palms.

The dead are the pilot, Capt. Michael D. James, 33, of Phoenix; the crew chief, Sgt. Dulles H. Arnett, 25, of Silver Spring, Md.; the first mechanic, Lance Cpl. Michael A. Weaver, 20, of Belle Vernon, Pa., and a passenger, Capt. David R. McHugh, 29, of Ansley, Ala.

The co-pilot, 1st Lt. Andrew D. McClintock, 24, of Alexandria, Va., is in good condition at the Marine branch hospital at Twentynine Palms, said Lt. Tim Hoyle, public affairs officer at the Tustin air station.
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HMH-465 (Warhorse)
  1985-1986, 7566, HMH-465 (Warhorse)
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