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Richard K. Ulsh

Director of Communication

Marine Corps

HQ Phone:  (801) 973-4017

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Marine Corps

949 west 1700 south

Salt Lake City, Utah,84104

United States

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Leading Marines is intended to be a leadership resource for all Marines. We are a group of retired Marines with over 70 year's collective experience on active duty. We may operate this website, but it is our sincere intent that it be owned by the Marines who u...more

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Employment History

Director of Communication

U.S. Marine Corps


Group Consolidated Administration Center


Deputy Branch Head, Media Relations

Headquarters Marine Corps


Director of Communication

26th MEU


Director of Communication

2nd MLG


Commanding Officer

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Journalism: Kosuke Takahashi, Journalist

eblog.kosuke.net [cached]

gThe numbers donft tell the story of the bird,h Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Richard Ulsh said.
The numbers spike when an aircraft with low flight hours has a Class A mishap, Ulsh said. However, Ulsh agreed that the aircraftfs record would be worse still if it included Class B and C mishaps, which are less serious in property damage and injury, like the crash in Florida. Ulsh said the Sea Knights are old and must be replaced. The Department of Defense has touted the Ospreysf versatility, which includes the humanitarian arena. But the Japanese must live with the aircraft. And it isnft just an Okinawan issue. Their increased range allows for more flights over mainland Japan, Ulsh said. He is confident the Osprey will serve safely, but he says there are no alternatives to the planned deployment. gThere isnft another answer,h he said.


Japan Focus: Kosuke Takahashi, Journalist

eblog.kosuke.net [cached]

"The MV-22 is among the safest aircraft in the Marine Corps' inventory," Captain Richard K Ulsh, USMC public affairs officer stated in an email interview with the author on June 8.
"Including the mishap on April 11, 2012 in Morocco, since the Marine Corps resumed flight operations in October 2003, the MV-22B has demonstrated a safety record that is consistently better than USMC averages while conducting military training, humanitarian assistance missions, and combat operations in very challenging environments." According to Ulsh, the class A mishap rate for each of the identified aircraft is as follows. "The Marine Corps views the MV-22 as a highly capable, reliable and safe aircraft," Ulsh said.


hrana.org

We are continuing with our plans to deploy to the U.K. next month," Capt. Rich Ulsh said last week.
Ulsh did not say whether any other F-35B flight operations have resumed since a fire broke out at the aft end of an F-35A on takeoff from Eglin June 23.


hrana.org

"We will resume flying once we know more about the cause of the F-35A fire that occurred at Eglin AFB earlier this week," Capt. Richard Ulsh, a spokesman for Marine aviation, said in an email.


pakbiz.com

Marine Corps Captain Richard Ulsh said cancellation of the F-35's appearance at the air was unfortunate for show planners and visitors, but provided valuable training for the Marines.
"We learned how to logistically support the F-35 on a different continent and most importantly we safely returned the aircraft to flight in a relatively short amount of time to continue training pilots," he said.


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