IN THE SERVICE – Winterholler |

IN THE SERVICE – Winterholler

LCpl. Jason Winterholler returned to Marine Corps Air Station in Miramar Monday, March 28, after a six-month deployment to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. He served as a helicopter airframe mechanic as well as hazardoPhoto:1506897,left;us material control coordinator with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462, Marine Air Group 16, 3rd Marine Air Wing. HMH 462 provides heavy lift capability for cargo and troops transport utilizing CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters.

He is the son of David and Mariah Winterholler of Nevada City.

He is a 2002 graduate of Nevada Union High School and joined the Marine Corps prior to graduation, reporting to basic training in January of 2003.

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