VMB-433 Insignia

MARINE BOMBING SQUADRON FOUR THIRTY-THREE

SQUADRON LOG BOOK





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It is really cool to see that these men are still remembered. One of them was my grandfather and he was in the picture on the site. Really cool!!

Added: January 2, 2010
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It is nice to see a new picture of my father and some of his friends that he often spoke of and his good old friend Jim Perrone who I met as a youngster. Bless them all.

Added: December 11, 2009
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Thank-you. My dad was a cook in this squadron, and he is passed on now,so it is nice to see a new picture,
Thanks again.


Added: December 11, 2009
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Hi
Have been researching history of VMB-433 PBJ-1D
BuNo.35075 (MB-311). Looking for information of all the Pilot's and Crew who flew in this aircraft. Also looking for any details of this aircraft in Crew Log Books etc
Thankyou
Jason


Added: November 29, 2009
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Thanks for an informative Website. My father served with an Australian Anti-Aircraft artillery unit on Emirau, supporting the US and NZ airforce units and I am trying to find some information for him to read.

Added: October 1, 2009
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Greetings; Thank you for a very informative website. What brings me here is because my dad, Eugene Bable was a pilot with your squadron. He died about 10 years ago and I'm now interested in doing some research on his WWII squadron. I'm an advid scale modeler and am planning to build a model of the plane he flew and this site is perfect. My passion for airplanes has been a direct result of his influences. Although I'm not a pilot I served honorably in the US Airfore for 20 years. I'm now working in the airline industry. I'm so glad you have created this great web site to assist me in completing my project. Thank you Neil Bable, son.

Added: August 21, 2009
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Thank you very much for the website. It has greatly improved over the years. I'm writing on behalf of my father of the same name. He has been unable to travel for some years now but it's nice that there's a way to still feel a part of things. Keep up the good work.

Added: June 19, 2009
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MANY MANY THANKS TO YOU, ROBERT, FOR THIS GREAT WEBSITE!! I am writing on behalf of my dad, Peter Di Clementine, who is so proud to have been a member of this great squadron. Dad will be 96 in June and since his eyesight is not what it was when he was a navigator back in the day, we printed out enlargements of some of the photos and flight crew rosters and Dad has spent many hours looking through them and reminiscing. We are so grateful for this opportunity to share Dad's memories of the many friends he made while serving our country. One of these friends, Bill Parks, has worked tirelessly throughout the years to keep all the squadron members and their families in touch so another special thanks goes out to him. MANY MANY THANKS once again to both Bill and Robert! Semper Fi!!

Sincerely, Diane (Di Clementine) Erickson (on behalf of our whole family!)


Added: May 10, 2009
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THIS A VERY IMPRESSIVE WORK WHICH I FOUND TO BE INFORMATIVE AND AN ENJOYABLE LOOK IINTO THE PAST. THE ROSTER IS A VERY COMPLETE OUTLINE OF PERSONNEL. I FOUND THE NAMES OF CREW-MEMBERS WHICH I HAD FORGOTTEN. BRINGS BACK MANY MEMORIES. THANKS FOR THIS.

Added: May 10, 2009
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My grandfather, Orville C. Walker, is sitting here with me viewing this informative and interesting website about his service in the Marines. Grandpa was a Staff Sergeant who served from 1942-1945 and he spent the majority of his time in the Pacific. I was also honored to tour the WWII Memorial in DC with him and my grandma just a few years ago at the annual reunion.

Added: May 7, 2009
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