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The CH-46 Sea Knight, known affectionately as the Phrog, has served the United States Marine Corps for over half a century. The Phrog entered service in November 1964 and has served as the Marines' medium lift troop and cargo assault helicopter until the MV-22 Osprey took over the role. During a ceremony honoring it's service, on August 1, 2015 the final Phrog in Marine Corps service was donated to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center for temporary display.
DC T-BirdEnter, The PhrogPhlying PhrogEyes On YouBringing In the PhrogPhrogThe ReplacementLt. Col.l Dominic DeFazio, Commanding Officer, Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 774, turns over the log book for CH-46, 153369, to Lt. Gen. Jon Davis, Deputy Commandant for Marine Corps Aviation. GenLt. Gen. Jon Davis, Deputy Commandant for Marine Corps Aviation, addresses those at the retirement of the CH-46.

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