File:NNSA-NSO-997.jpg

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TEAPOT - CAMP DESERT ROCK, NV, March 17 - A flight of Marine Corps Helicopters wings its way over the Nevada desert on a training flight prior to the Marine Corps' participation in the current atomic tests on the Nevada Test site. 30 Marine Corps copters of this transport type will air-lift Marines from various assembly points immediately after the blast to launch a tactical maneuver in the shadow of the atomic cloud.

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This image is available from the National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Site Office Photo Library under number TEA-MISC-55-46.

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Author National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office
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