VMB-613 Insignia

MARINE BOMBING SQUADRON SIX-THIRTEEN

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Hi, I am trying to find out any information that I can in regards to Sergeant John F O'Donnell.
Or if anyone knows wheather he went on to serve on OPERATION DEEPFREEZE in September 1957?
Many Thanks and Kind Regards to you all.
Sincerly,
Ricki Craig Fraser.


Added: March 12, 2009
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I am seeking any information about LT Frank Onischuk. The roster notes he was the Assistant Operations Officer. Was he also a pilot and did he deploy to the Pacific with the squadron? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Also, kudos to the webmaster and the vets for a job well done.

Added: February 17, 2009
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Happy New Year! Looking at the website today with my granddaughter. Well-organized site...Keep up the good work!

Added: January 18, 2009
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A great website and tribute I will be passing onto my friend Geoff Nevils, son of LtCol. George Nevils.

Added: December 28, 2008
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I am Ted Rogers' daughter. I thought I'd just say hello. I have enjoyed looking at your website.

Sincerely,
Cilla Rogers


Added: December 25, 2008
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To the Webmaster: Robert, you have done a remarkable job. I see this bit of history is well organized, through and professional. I hope the person that bought the two 613 chairs enjoys them.
Semper Fidelis.
Maintain Marine.
Cordially,
Jim Johnson


Added: December 8, 2008
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Shared Falalop Island, Ulithi Atoll with MAG45. I still owe them a battery hydrometer which I used for my aircraft battery locker on the east side of the strip. CASU(F)51 Semper Fi to you Jarheads.

Added: December 4, 2008
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This is a terrific website, one that honors and commemorates the magnificent contributions of Marine Aviation in the Pacific during WW2. Well done!

Added: November 19, 2008
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My father, David Snider, was the photographer on a plane piloted by Lieutenent Love that was shot down on Ponape Island February 6, 1945. I was just alerted to this wonderful website. The only information we were sent says he was buried on Ponape Island. I do not know the history of how his body was found and why he was buried in New Jersey. I would greatly appreciate any information, photos, or stories. Thank you.

Added: November 18, 2008
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I am the oldest son of Donald R Taft, a Staff Sargeant with the Hunt-Griffith Crew. This country was built on the backs of men like my father and his fellow Marines. While he is deceased, I still remain incredibally proud of him as a man, a father, a husband and a military man (Marine). I served (US Navy) in 67 and 68 and hope that I can be somewhat deserving of the honor, integrity and respect my father earned as a Marine. Thank God for him, our service persons and God bless the United States of America, the greatest country on earth.

Added: November 8, 2008
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