VMB-611 Insignia

MARINE BOMBING SQUADRON SIX-ELEVEN

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My father Jack Youngblood Jr. served with VMB611.I went to reniouns after his passing and met many heroes of 611. Semper Fi Jack Youngblood 111 USMC 71-74

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This is a great site a lot of fun good info .My dad joined the Army in 1940 because he still could not find steady work. 804th Engineers heavy equipment driver helped build runways often under fire. Never talked much about it!!!!

Added: March 28, 2014
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Hi! My great uncle was Charles A. Jones, Jr. I have recently been going through all of his letters that my family has of his from the war. My grandmother, Isabel, was his younger sister. His death greatly impacted my family. Unfortunately it was so traumatic that he was rarely spoken of after his passing. Being born 41 years after his approx. date of death / going MIA, he has become somewhat of a mythical figure in my family. I'm hoping that by posting here that perhaps someone may be able to shed some light or share some stories about my uncle Charles in regards to who he was as a man, friend, and soldier. Thank you so much for your time.

Sincerely ,
Libby


Added: March 3, 2014
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As a Viet Nam Veteran ( USMC-Da Nang 1966), I want to Thank each and everyone of these heroic Marines for giving me my freedoms and they taught me what honor and commitment that I owe to my God, my Country and my Corps and my Family. With these gallant men there would be no America. Thank You

Semper-fi


Added: February 19, 2014
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My grandfather is pilot George "bud" Barnett. He is doing great at 90 living in Prescott,Arizona. I will tell him about this site. He loves to talk about his time as a pilot. He has Ben an inspiration to us all especially his great gran kids!

Added: February 3, 2014
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To Tim Fagan,

I have a piece of information you might like but I can not figure how to respond to you from the websire as I do not have an adminstrator's password. The info is
in a jpg file.

My father was 1st pilot on a SQ611 B-25

Carl Samuels


Added: December 9, 2013
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Hello my name is Daniel Olson, my Father was a waist gunner in the B-25 Mitchell VMB-611 Bombing Squadron, he mentioned he was in Zamboanga for a time, does anyone have any photo's they would like to share via e-mail of Facebook, would love to hear from anyone who might know anything

Added: December 8, 2013
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My father Thomas B. McKissick, Cpl. proudly served as did myself and my brother. Thanks for the great site and would love to know if any of you remembered my father.

Added: November 18, 2013
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LOVE this website. My stepdad was Major Richard E. Maulsby - thanks to him, I also joined the Corps and served 22 years, retiring in 2002. I was lucky enough to attend several mini-reunions of VMB-611 while stationed aboard MCAS El Toro in the mid-80s. I can't thank you enough for this magnificent tribute - truly a labor of love and so well done!!! :)

Added: November 12, 2013
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I have noted several recent postins asking about people in VMB 611. Perhaps I could be of help so if interested please email me at ripw3ixj@gmail.com. I was a member of the squadron until the end of the war.
Rip Collins


Added: September 14, 2013
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