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    Marines from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune connect a beam to one of HMH-366’s CH-53E Super Stallions during training March 20, near MCB Camp Lejeune. The CH-53E helicopter is the only helicopter in the Department of Defense that is certified as a heavy-lift helicopter.

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    The heavy-lift helicopter of the Marine Corps (CH-53E Super Stallion) can carry a 26,000-pound Light Armored Vehicle, 16 tons of cargo 50 miles and back, or enough combat-loaded Marines to lead an assault or humanitarian operation.

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