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A BIT OF HISTORY: "...FAW's Flying PB4Y-1 (Liberator) and PB4Y-2 (Privateer) Aircraft: - FAW-17: VB-105 (NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England), VB-107 (UPOTTERY, ENGLAND), VB-110 (NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England), VB-111 (NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco), VB-112 (NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco) and VB/VPB-114 (NAF Port Lyautey, Morocco)..." WebSite: Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum http://www.pwam.org/ [10APR2004]
A BIT OF HISTORY: VPB-105 History "...VPB-105 - FAW-7 Liberator Air Group - Bush, D. C. AOM 3/C did successfully complete 50 missions - Commendation - European Theater of Operations serving with credit as 1st Ordnance in number 13 Crew..." Contributed by John Lucas firstname.lastname@example.org [13JUN2003]
A BIT OF HISTORY: VP-105 Ordnance Shack Crew "...Finally arrived in NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, England after leaving NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada. We are a short distance from White Clifts of Dover in South Hampton. The SeaBees are building an airstrip and base for VPB-103 and VPB-105 (B-24 Patrol Bombing Anti-Submarine Squadrons). We will be attached to the (RAF) Royal Air Force Coastal Command. Enlisted men will wear gray (RAF) Royal Air Force jacket with American flag patch on the shoulder. Navy dungarees are not recognized as uniform in cas of P.O.W. The only Shipmates I can remember are on bottom row from Left to Right: D. Bevick, Foxx, Unknown, me, and Pop Taylor..." Contributed by STEINEL, AOM2 H. "Happypappy" email@example.com [24NOV2001]
A BIT OF HISTORY: VP-105 Ground Crew "...I am the one on the far left (Ground Crew)..." Contributed by STEINEL, AOM2 H. "Happypappy" firstname.lastname@example.org [24NOV2001]
"VP-105 History Summary Page"