VMB-613 Insignia

MARINE BOMBING SQUADRON SIX-THIRTEEN

SQUADRON LOG BOOK





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Long live the memory of the 613. Thank you to all who served and will serve in the future.

Added: August 12, 2008
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My father, Robert C. Woten, who was the 1st Commanding Officer of this squadron, is alive and well at 93. We live in NW Washington state. We have gone to 3 MC Birthday Balls at Whidbey Island, WA in the last 7 years.

Anyone wanting to contact my Dad can use my email. He remembers Jim Cunningham very well.

Semper Fi!!


Added: August 7, 2008
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Semper Fi! From an old jarhead.

Added: July 31, 2008
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Thanks so much for your VMB 613 web site. It fans into flame a wealth of almost forgotten memories. Semper Fi.

Added: April 12, 2008
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I am looking for anyone who was in a group going from Pearl Harbor to the Kwajalein Islands on 1-26-1945. I have a One Dollar bill that was signed by the group and would love to give it to someone who was in this group or hear some stories about it. Some of the names on the dollar are: R.C. Barnett Master Sergent U.S.M.C.
R.O. Evans, A.N. Van Deusen, L.J. Manbury, Harold Segal, William Donnell, J.E. Hayer (s?), R. Stephans Jr., O. Jennings, R. Baines. There are 16 names total, but some of them I can't read very well. It also has the latitude and longitude written on the dollar. Please e-mail me at mona111@msn.com. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Added: March 30, 2008
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Hello, I am the daughter of a WWII Marine (D. W. Harry) who was a turret gunner on a B-25 and with VMB 443. His squadron flew in the South Pacific and was part of the bombing of Rabaul. I am looking for any information concerning his squadron VMB 443. If anyone has information please feel free to contact me....til then Semper Fi.....also my son is a Marine too
SEMPER FI TO ALL, DARLA


Added: March 25, 2008
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Hello and Thanks to all USMC veterans for your service during WW2!!! I make Leather unit patches and can be reached at Johnny Signor, 714 Atlantis Road S.E., Palm Bay,Fl 32909-4811,(321) 724-1246 noon-11pm eastern/weekdays,WeBeEmblems@aol.com

Added: March 4, 2008
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My grandfather, Corporal Edmund Zitkus was part of VMB-613 as a photographer. My sister recently told me about this website, so I checked it out and I just wanted to thank you guys.

Keeping this history alive is very important, especially to me since I lost my grandfather when I was rather young and didn't have a chance to know this side of him... One day I will show my grandkids what my grandfather did during one of our nations toughest times.

Thanks for all the good work and keep it up!
M. Brady


Added: February 28, 2008
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This is a great site. I have enjoyed looking at it very much. Thanks for all the effort put into it.

I am working on a history of the Newport Air Field and would like to communicate with men or women stationed there (or their families) who might tell me stories of when they were there. I'd particularly like to know about interaction with the town, social life, etc.

In addition, the town is working to honor those who were stationed at Newport with a small museum and other recognition at the airfield.

Thanks to anyone who can help me in my project. Moreover, thanks for your service during the war.


Added: February 14, 2008
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I am the oldest of John A. Spaulding's 5 children. This is such a valuable and interesting project. Thank you to all involved in this endeavor.

Added: January 20, 2008
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