Marine Bombing Squadron Six-Thirteen
October 1, 1943 - November 21, 1945
VMB-613 Insignia


Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor - Located on Ford Island at Pearl Harbor, this museum is scheduled to open December 7th, 2006.  It will undoubtedly become one of our country's leading aviation museums, and the only one dedicated to the defense of freedom in the Pacific.  Exhibits include actual aircraft from World War II, plus educational interpretations of the Pearl Harbor attack, the Doolittle Raid, the Battles of Midway and Guadalcanal, and much more.  Click on the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor logo to access this website.

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Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum - This one-of-a-kind aviation museum is set apart from all others is the fact that it is the only museum in the world dedicated to preserving the incredible contributions made by Marine Corps aviators and their ground support personnel..  Click on the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum logo to access this website.

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Joe Foss Institute - Inspired and founded by Marine ace and Medal of Honor recipient, Joe Foss and his wife "didi," this organization is "Dedicated to the restoration of patriotism, integrity, and an appreciation for America's freedoms."  With a goal to inspire patriotism in one million young students across America each year, their mission is timely and critical to our Nation's future.  The Institute accomplishes its goal by having volunteer veterans from groups such as the Military Order of World Wars, Legion of Valor, and the Congressional Medal of Honor Society meet with students to talk about their personal experiences.  To learn more, click on the Joe Foss Institute logo to access this website.

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WASP WWII Museum - Located in Sweetwater, Texas, this museum serves to educate and inspire every generation with the history of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) and their contribution to victory during World War II.  Click on the WASP WWII Museum logo to access this website.

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Marine Scout Bombing Squadron Two-Thirty-Five (VMSB-235) - Commissioned in 1943, VMSB-235 initially operated SBDs in the South Pacific.  This site presents the entire 53-year history of the squadron that eventually became known as the "Death Angles" and was re-designated as VMFA-235.  The  Click on the VMSB-235 insignia to access this website.

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Marine Fighting Squadron One-Twelve (VMF-112) - A site dedicated to the officers and men of VMF-112 who served with honor and distinction at Guadalcanal.  Known as the "Wolfpack," it operated F4Fs and and F4Us in the South Pacific, earning a Presidential Unit Citation.  Click on the VMF-112 insignia to access this website.

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Marine Fighting Squadron Three-Twenty-Three (VMF-323) - A site dedicated to the original members of the squadron that was commissioned during World War II.  The squadron, known as the "Death Rattlers", set many records in combat including numerous aces.  Today the squadron is still active as VMFA-323 and is based at Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar, California.  Click on the VMF-323 insignia to access this website.

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