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

OCTOBER 1945

October 19, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  Three planes conduct a search for a Japanese ship.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 20, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  Two planes flew to Majuro and returned.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 21, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 22, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  One plane provided an escort for a flight of F4Us from Roi to Eniwetok.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 23, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 24, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  One plane flew a dawn security patrol.  One plane flew a dusk security patrol.

October 25, 1945 -- One plane flew an assigned shipping lane patrol.  Four planes striped and broken up on Kwajalein pursuant to COMMARGIL 240758.

October 26, 1945 -- One plane flew to Roi and returned.  Lieutenant Colonel George W. Nevils, USMC, Commanding Officer of Marine Bombing Squadron Six-Thirteen, relinquishes command upon being transferred to the Third Marine Aircraft Wing.

October 27, 1945 -- Major David M. Danser, USMCR, assumed duties as Commanding Officer of Marine Bombing Squadron Six-Thirteen.  One plane flew to Majuro and returned.

October 28, 1945 -- No flight operations conducted.

October 29, 1945 -- No flight operations conducted.

October 30, 1945 -- No flight operations conducted.

October 31, 1945 -- Remaining five planes flown to Roi and transferred to CASU-F-20 to be stricken and disposed.

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