Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462



Mission Statement Under 3rd MAW

The mission of Marine Wing Communications Squadron 38 is to plan, install, secure, operate, and maintain a communications architecture in order to enable the command and control of a Fleet Marine Force Air Combat Element.

HMH-462 Leaders

Lieutenant Colonel Nathan J. Storm
Commanding Officer, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462

Lieutenant Colonel Nathan J. Storm graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 2002 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a focus on English Literature.  He graduated from the Marine Corps Basic School’s Delta Company 4-02 in December 2002.  Lieutenant Colonel Storm remained in Quantico, VA for Introductory Flight Screening at Manassas

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Sergeant Major Luke Gilliland
Sergeant Major, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462

Sergeant Major Gilliland was born on June 8, 1980 in Huntington Beach, California.  He enlisted into the Marine Corps on April 24, 2000 and conducted training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.  Shortly after recruit training, he attended Stinger school at Fort Bliss, Texas where he was meritoriously promoted to Private First Class.In

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