New MH-139 Grey Wolves will go to Joint Base Andrews

Joint Base Andrews (JBA), Maryland, has been selected as the fourth base to host the US Air Force’s MH-139 Grey Wolf helicopter.

USAF MH-139A Grey Wolf
USAF MH-139A Grey Wolf 18-1002/N676SH, the second engineering and manufacturing development airframe, takes off from Eglin AFB, Florida, on February 11, 2021, for the type’s first combined test flight USAF/Samuel King Junior

The decision by the Department of the Air Force (DAF) was announced on June 7 by the Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs. The base’s 21 ageing UH-1N Hueys will be replaced by 25 new Grey Wolves. The additional four aircraft will allow the base to execute continuation of government operations and distinguished visitor transport mission requirements without augmenting support units.

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