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I also have scanned in the entire contents of my late father's copy of the VBF-1 tour journal, which is avaialble on my website at If you wish to view the contents of the VBF-1 tour journal, please contact me to request access using this form:

Please do NOT publish the access codes, as I want to control access to these pages. There is no fee required to view the images, but I want to require that users request access so I can learn how they know of VBF-1, and perhaps find others who knew my late father during the war. To date, I have come in contact with two pilots who flew with my Dad, one of whom was in my Dad's four-pilot division, and his bunk-mate aboard the USS Bennington.

TBNTX 03:07, 26 March 2007 (UTC)