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Richard K. Ulsh

Director of Communication

U.S. Marine Corps

HQ Phone:  (571) 243-8984

Direct Phone: (571) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.mil

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U.S. Marine Corps

3000 Marine Corps Pentagon

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20350

United States

Company Description

Established in 1775 by the Continental Congress, the United States Marine Corps (Marine Corps) is the only branch of the armed services specifically organized with air, land, and sea-based expeditionary fighting capabilities. Renowned as the ,First to Fight,, ... more

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Director of Communication

Marines Corp


Group Consolidated Administration Center


Deputy Branch Head, Media Relations

Headquarters Marine Corps


Director of Communication

26th MEU


Director of Communication

2nd MLG


Commanding Officer

Headquarters


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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.


www.seapowermagazine.org

The TTU, based at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., will stand down once its mission is complete, and "its structure will be used to stand up the CH-53K TTU," said Capt. Richard Ulsh, a spokesman for Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps.


www.atimes.com

"The MV-22 is among the safest aircraft in the Marine Corps' inventory," Captain Richard K Ulsh, USMC public affairs officer told Asia Times Online.
"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 Naval Safety Center records, since the Marine Corps resumed flight operations in October of 2003 through April 11 2012, the MV-22B has demonstrated a safety record that is consistently better than USMC averages," Ulsh said. According to Ulsh, MV-22's mishap rate, determined by the number of mishaps over a period of 100,000 flight hours, is the second lowest among the five aircraft as described below. "The Marine Corps views the MV-22 as a highly capable, reliable and safe aircraft," Ulsh said.


thelede.blogs.nytimes.com

"It didn't happen, I can deny this 100%," said Captain Richard Ulsh, a spokesman for the U.S. Marines.


www.guardian.co.uk

"It didn't happen, I can deny this 100%," said Captain Richard Ulsh, a spokesman for the US Marines.
Each Osprey was manned by a 12 strong squad of armed Marines, but Ulsh said no shots were fired. "The Osprey is not armed and the Marines barely came off the aircraft," he said.


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