Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464
HMH-464 Unit Logo
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 Jeremy C. Hawkins
HMH-464 Commanding Officer

LtCol Hawkins graduated from Ohio State University in June of 2003 and entered the Officer Candidates Course in fall of 2003 graduating 12 December 2003.  Upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 2ndLt Hawkins reported to the Basic School (TBS) and graduated in July of 2004.  Following TBS he reported to Marine Aviation Training Group

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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 Andrew R. Klatt
HMH-464 Sergeant Major

PFC Klatt graduated recruit training on 17 April, 1998 at Parris Island, SC.  After completing the School of Infantry, he was assigned to 3d BN 8th Marines at Camp Lejeune, NC.  LCpl Klatt then deployed with the 26th MEU (SOC) in April of 1999 where he conducted several campaigns in Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo and Turkey.  In December of 2000, Sgt

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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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