Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464
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2d Marine Aircraft Wing
MCAS New River, NC

MISSION

HMH-464 supports the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) commander by providing assault support transport of heavy equipment, combat troops, and supplies, day or night under all weather conditions during Expeditionary, Joint, or Combined operations.

 

LEADERS

Lieutenant Colonel Eben C. Buxton
HMH-464 Commanding Officer

LtCol Eben Buxton is a native of Virginia.  He graduated from George Mason University in December of 2004, earning his commission through the PLC program in 2002 and 2004 and commissioning as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps in January 2005. After completion of The Basic School and Naval Flight Training, he reported to HMT-302

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Major Nicholas E. Pollock
HMH-464 Executive Officer

Major Pollock commissioned in December of 2007 after graduating from the University of Northern Colorado. His degree program was Mathematics in Applied Statistics. He reported to The Basic School (TBS), Quantico, Virginia and graduated in November of 2008. Following TBS, he reported to Naval Air Training Command Pensacola, Florida and was

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Sergeant Major Jorge L. Ortiz
HMH-464 Sergeant Major

Sergeant Major Jorge L. Ortiz is a native of California. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in September of 2000 and graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego as a Private First Class. In January 2001, Private First Class Ortiz reported to Marine Combat Training on Camp Pendleton, California. Upon completion he was sent to his Military

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CONTACT US

Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464
Postal Service Center Box 21023
Jacksonville, NC 28545-1023

Commercial: (910) 449-6148
DSN: 752-6148

VOTING ASSISTANCE

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Voting Assistance Officer

Capt J. Andrew McClinton
(910) 449-5347

readiness coordinators

DRC:  Samantha Stedman
Office: (910) 449-5204

URC:   Capt Wright
Office: (910) 449-5347

HMH-461 Family Hotline:
1-866-242-0064
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