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VPB-150 and the Devilfish Pviators

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    July 2012
VPB-150 and the Devilfish Pviators
Posted by VPB150Crew2 on Monday, July 23, 2012 12:29 AM

FYI, the model is a pleasant sight for these eyes.  My father was the Aviation Radioman on Crew 2, VPB-150, for its overseas deployment to first Tarawa and then Tinian between March 1944 and March 1945.  He flew 55 combat missions against the Empire of Japan.  This plane was number 892.  It was called Sea Deuce (Crew 2).  The plane was actually named after the pilot's (LT Robert Swan) wife, "Beverly Jean".   I have pictures of the plane with "Sea Deuce" visible on the after part of the fuselage and with the Devilfish on the top turret.  My uncle was in the same squadron with his brother, my father, and flew with Crew 12.  It's top turret included "eyes" for the Devilfish.

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    April 2015
Posted by Tsani on Monday, April 13, 2015 6:11 AM

My Father, John Kevin REZEK Sr, was also a ARM-2 with VPB- 148 & 150. He received the DSC from one of the the early Missions. I have photo's also. I like to share photo's & info.

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    January 2006
  • From: Pineapple Country, Queensland, Australia
Posted by Wirraway on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 6:30 AM

Not wanting to play forum Nazi, but this would be better off in the FSM Ready Room........just sayin'

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