FALLBROOK, Calif. -
A team of mechanics is headed to Fallbrook Tuesday to repair a U.S. Marines helicopter that was forced to make an emergency landing on a golf course.
Four Camp Pendleton-based Marines were on a training mission on the UH-1Y Huey helicopter.
They had just left Temecula heading back to Camp Pendleton when a light came on warning of an imminent transmission failure.
The signal meant rotors would stop and the helicopter would fall.
The Marines quickly found the closest place to land -- the Pala Mesa Golf Course on Old Highway 395 near Canonita Drive.
All four Marines were uninjured and marked their ordeal by posing for pictures alongside the disabled aircraft.