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For a brief period in late 1943 and early 1944, this Marine fighter squadron became a legendary band of aggressive and successful aviators flying the F4U Corsair, the Marine Corps' powerful new fighter.
For eighty-four days in late 1943 and early 1944, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214), commanded by Boyington and dubbed the "Black Sheep Squadron," set marks in leadership, combat prowess, and team spirit that have been studied and emulated ever since.
Elrod and Marine Fighter Squadron (VMF) 211 became America s first aerial heroes of the war for their valiant but hopeless effort to defend Wake Island.
His first tour of duty was with the famed Black Sheep of Marine Fighter Squadron (VMF) 214 during WW II.
High-velcocity aircraft rockets, like these on the flight line of Marine Fighter squadron 214 in the Korean War, evolved from the Navy's fledgling testing program of the early 1940s.
MAG-33 included Marine Fighter Squadrons (VMF) 214 and 323, Marine Night Fighter Squadron (VMF(N)) 513, Marine Observation Squadron (VMO) 6 and two radar units.
Combined with Marine Fighter Squadron 214 intelligence officer Frank Walton's 1986 squadron biography, Once They Were Eagles, we now have a detailed picture of one of America's most colorful combat aviators and the squadron he led.
The flagpole flying the globe and anchor were contributed by Humphreys, once assigned to Marine Fighter Squadron (VMF) 235, and Don Macaulay, formerly of VMF-232.