Marine helicopter training at Lake Tahoe postponed |

Marine helicopter training at Lake Tahoe postponed

A Marine Light Attack Helicopter training and open house for the U.S. Marine Corps Squadron 303 has been postponed because the helicopter was deployed on a mission. A makeup date hasn’t been announced.

The U.S. Marines had previously been scheduled to be in South Lake Tahoe on a 13-day training mission July 27 through Aug. 8. The Marine Light Attack Helicopter Training Squadron 303 is based out of Camp Pendleton, Calif. Squadron 303 trains all of the future pilots for the Marine Corps Cobra and Huey fleets.

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