HMX-1 has used CH-46s for decades to support presidential and VIP movements as well as other operations around the DC area. They used to have CH-53s when I was part of that squadron, but those aircraft were needed in Afganistan.
HMX was the last squadron in the Marine Corps to get upgrades, so I assume that this means all the Phrogs have been retired.
The MV-22 has been tested into the south lawn, but the LZ is to small for routine use by the Osprey.
The VH-3s (and to a lesser degree the VH-60s) are absolutely worn out, and need to be replaced ASAP. However the VH-71 program was going to be hideously expensive to replace both fleets. The S-92 variant wasn't exactly cheap either. The cost overruns came from the DOD side, not the aircraft manufacturers.