NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor MV 22 Ospreys – Photo

Mark Hashiro and Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Suarez, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Pearl Harbor coordinated the offload of three MV 22 Ospreys at the ocean terminal. This evolution was a Joint endeavor with Marines from Marine Air Group 24, civilian leadership from Military Sealift Command, engineers from Naval Facilities Command Hawaii, port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, and NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor’s ocean terminal personnel. NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor facilitated the coordination with all key players, enabling an extremely successful offload, reassembly, fueling, and testing of the Ospreys. As a result, within 24 hours, all three aircraft took off from the helicopter pad in transit to Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Mark Hashiro and Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Suarez, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Pearl Harbor coordinated the offload of three MV 22 Ospreys at the ocean terminal. This evolution was a Joint endeavor with Marines from Marine Air Group 24, civilian leadership from Military Sealift Command, engineers from Naval Facilities Command Hawaii, port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, and NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor’s ocean terminal personnel. NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor facilitated the coordination with all key players, enabling an extremely successful offload, reassembly, fueling, and testing of the Ospreys. As a result, within 24 hours, all three aircraft took off from the helicopter pad in transit to Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

March/April 2017