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Private First Class Richard G. Ryan Jr. at work in VMB-613's plumbing shop.
Private First Class Michael D. Daniello delivering water in the squadron area. Since there was no source of freshwater on Kwajalein, it was necessary to desalinate seawater. Once desalinated, water was...
Shipping lane patrol
A convoy near Eniwetok sailing with three VMB-613 crews watching. The patrol of the shipping lanes began on April 3, 1945 and continued through the end of the war.
Front Row (L-R) Staff Sergeant John F. O'Donnell, Private First Class Manuel Souza Jr., Technical Sergeant James A. Seison, Technical Sergeant George D. Hufford Jr., Staff Sergeant Robert W. Longenberger,...
Red Cross unit
A Red Cross unit provided squadron members with doughnuts and refreshments at least once a week. They were located across Ocean Road near VMB-613's Officers Club.
Recreation & welfare
(L-R)Sergeant Teddy E. Murzyn, First Lieutenant Richard D. Newton, Sergeant Richard J. Haley, and Sergeant William Kovalchuk.
Preparing a depth bomb
Under the supervision of Technical Sergeant Oscar L. Robinson, VMB-613 armorers install hydrostatic and contact fuzes onto a depth bomb prior to loading it onto an aircraft. The engine of the aircraft...
Marines hard at work in the squadron's Radio-Radar Shop ensuring that each aircraft's radars and communications equipment functioned properly.
Acting assistant quartermaster
First Lieutenant Joseph Lupinos (Seated), and Technical Sergeant Ezra M. Nadleman.
Front Row (L-R) Sergeant Christopher J. Bradley, Staff Sergeant Robert G. Geslain, Master Technical Sergeant George B. Ryan, First Lieutenant Joseph Lupinos, Corporal Joseph Santillo, Master Technical...
VMB-613's police shed doubled as a laundry. Seen here, Sergeant Roy R. Emmerling and Corporal James E. Horton collect laundry from fellow squadron members.
First Lieutenant Louis A. E. Larini with another four memebers of mess hall crew standing behind long tables pose in the officers’ mess with their hands crossing behind their back.
Squadron members at the sea
Corporal Edmund E. Zitkus and Sergeant Francis J. Boleslanski standing in the sea washing something.
Two VMB-613 armorers load 5-inch Forward Firing Aircraft Rockets (FFARs) onto a PBJ-1H's under-wing rocket mounts. These weapons were unguided and consisted of a 5-inch warhead attached to a 3.5-inch rocket...
Lieutenant Colonel George W. Nevils.
Staff Sergeant Gilbert M. Thomas, Captain Frederick H. Williams Jr., and Staff Sergeant Adrian A. Agdanoswki.
VMB-613 parachute riggers re-packing a parachute following inspection and repair in the parachute loft.
Front Row (L-R) Corporal Dino J. Chaparas, and Staff Sergeant William A. Wills. Back Row(L-R) Sergeant Richard G. Sprague, First Lieutenant Jack M. Barton, and Technical Sergeant Levin L Jackson.
Non-Commissioned Officers' Mess
Staff Sergeant Wagner with another two members of Mess Hall crew standing behind long tables posing with their hands crossing behind their back.
Front Row (L-R) Sergeant Kenneth E. Beahm, Master Technical Sergeant Charles E. Rice, Staff Sergeant Edwin S. Alling, Sergeant Lee J. Lowery, Sergeant Harry L. Jordan, Sergeant Albert J. Smith, and Staff...
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