Heading west to San Diego, Miller and Glenn were posted to Marine Observation Squadron (VMO) 155, which flew Grumman F4F Wildcats.
What does ObsRon stand for?
ObsRon stands for Observation Squadron (US Navy)
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First, his extensive practical experience commanding an observation squadron and wing during World War I and the two combat groups in peacetime proved a definite advantage.
I was in the J-5 (planning) Cell of the California State Headquarters when we were advised that we'd grown from the 115th Observation Squadron to the 61st and 62d Fighter Wings and a separate Aircraft Control and Warning Group.
Below, an HO3S-1 from Marine Observation Squadron 6 evacuates a wounded man during combat on 3 October 1950.
The first deliveries of aircraft began to reach American pursuit and observation squadrons in February and March 1918.
The main coverage also features aircraft carrier crews, although there are short sections on other types such as patrol and observation squadrons.