VMM-362 Ugly Angels PVC Patch- with hook and loop
A 4″ inch with Hook and Loop Squadron Patch of the VMM-362 Ugly Angels.
Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 362 (VMM-362) is a United States Marine Corps squadron that operates MV-22 Osprey. The squadron, known as the “Ugly Angels”, was reactivated on 17 August 2018 at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California.
Support the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Commander by providing assault support transport of combat troops, and equipment, day or night under all weather conditions during Expeditionary, Joint, or Combined operations.
A UH-34 Huss from HMH-362 in Vietnam.
Original Olaf painted on tail of a UH-34 Huss
The squadron was originally established as HMR-362 on 20 April 1952 as part of Marine Helicopter Transport Group 36 (MAG(HR)-36) which was established on 2 June 1952. The squadron was initially equipped with the Sikorsky HRS.: 52
In the early 1960s HMM-362 formed part of Marine Aircraft Group 16 (MAG-16) at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. On 1 January 1962 it embarked on USS Princeton.: 2 In late March the squadron participated in SEATO Exercise Tulungan in the Philippines, on the conclusion of that exercise it embarked on the Princeton and went to Naval Air Station Cubi Point to exchange some helicopters with HMM-261.