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Front Row (L-R) Corporal Howard H. Raugh Jr., Sergeant Charles N. Cannato, Staff Sergeant Allan B. Dover, Staff Sergeant Louis J. Brosius, Corporal Frank Haddix, Private First Class Theodore E. Adkins,...
Flight Surgeon, Lieutenant Commander James C. Scott performs a physical examination on a squadron member.
(L-R) Corporal Robert O. Wechtler, and Private First Class Raymond P. Zebrowski.
First Lieutenant Walter T. McMillin, First Lieutenant Raymond W. Meschke, Technical Sergeant John S. Lakatos, Staff Sergeant Eugene R. Miller, Sergeant James E. Gamble, Sergeant Charles J. Mikolajczyk,...
(L-R) Corporal John H. Neagle, Sergeant Farley "J" Sutphin, and Corporal Joseph Santillo take inventory of the squadron's aircraft supplies.
Located in the Recreation Hall, a small library with writing tables was maintained for personnel by squadron librarian, Sergeant Teddy E. Murzyn.
Line crew at work
Members of VMB-613's line crew work on one of the squadron's aircraft. The aircraft's name, "8-Ball", is just visible above the opening of the 75mm cannon.
(L-R) First Lieutenant Donald C. McCune, Captain Corwin R. Mocine, Technical Sergeant Frank E. Robinson, Staff Sergeant John G. Scott Jr., and Sergeant Harold F. Riehle.
Technical Sergeant Francis M. Jordan, Staff Sergeant Howard N. Odoms, First Lieutenant Arthur H. Navarre, Technical Sergeant George S. Tompkins, and Sergeant Major George H. Abrams at work in the Squadron...
VMB-613's Galley is the area that all food for the squadron members was prepared. The squadron Galley was located between, and connected with, the Officers' and Senior NCO's Mess on one side, and the Enlisted...
Two unidentified Marines of VMB-613 at work in the squadron's bakery. The ovens are clearly visible in the background of the photograph.
Fleet Marine Theatre staff
Front Row (L-R) Staff Sergeant Homer J. Anderson, Sergeant Thomas T. Bohannon, First Lieutenant James A. Cunningham Jr., Technical Sergeant Bertram H. Bader, and Sergeant Harold F. Riehle. Back Row (L-R)...
Front Row (L-R) Staff Sergeant Bernard C. Simek, Staff Sergeant Edward J. Smith, Sergeant Alfred T. Apple, Unidentified, Staff Sergeant Lester J. Russell, and Sergeant Roger C. Sprague. Middle Row (L-R)...
Front Row (L-R) Technical Sergeant Edward E. Ponder, Master Technical Sergeant Pete E. Mondics, and Technical Sergeant William H. Hudson. Back Row (L-R) Corporal Horace F. O'Brien, Master Technical Sergeant...
First Lieutenant William H. Twohy, First Lieutenant Olin L. Parks, Technical Sergeant Luther H. Magee, Sergeant Gerald J. Gutshall, Private First Class Joseph M. Longo, Staff Sergeant Louis J. Brosius,...
Cooks & bakers
Ten cooks and bakers including First Lieutenant Larini, Louis A.E. and Staff Sergeant Wagner from mess department posing for the photo with a full table of food in front of them.
Front Row (L-R) Private First Class Louis E. Best, Corporal Ralph F. McClain, Corporal Marvin J. Vogel, Sergeant Ivan D. Stern, and Private First Class Henry O. Shaneyfelt. Middle Row (L-R) Staff Sergeant...
(L-R) Sergeant Roy R. Emmerling, First Lieutenant James F. Thomas, and Corporal James E. Horton.
Returning to Majuro
Approaching their airstrip on Majuro, a flight of Marine F4U Corsairs returns following a strike on one of the bypassed Japanese held islands. VMB-613 frequently escorted F4Us and SB2Cs on these strikes...
Changing a number one stack
Three of VMB-613's aircraft mechanics perform maintenance on the engine of one of the squadron's aircraft. Through the efforts of the maintenance section, VMB-613 had the lowest operational loss rate of...
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