Hatfield, Robert Verne, Capt

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Last Rank
Captain
Last Primary MOS
7598-Basic Fixed-Wing Pilot
Last MOSGroup
Pilots/Naval Flight Officers
Primary Unit
1943-Present, 7598, MIA - WWII
Service Years
1942 - 1943
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Golden Dragon Certificate
Shellback Certificate

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State of Birth
District Of Columbia
Year of Birth
1917
 
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Last Known Activity
As the Pacific Campaign continued the squadron transitioned to the F4U Corsair for the remainder of the war. VMF-211 participated in the Treasury-Bougainville Campaign.

HATFIELD, Robert V, Captain, O-011947, USMC, from District of Columbia, Manila American Cemetery + HATFIELD, Robert Verne, 11947, VMF-211, MAG-11, 1st MAW, FMF, Solomon Is, November 4, 1944, killed in action + HATFIELD, Robert V., 1st Lt., USMCR. Wife, Mrs. Robert V. Hatfield, 813 Farragut St., N. W, DC + HATFIELD, Robert V, CAPT, O-011947, USMC, from District Of Columbia, location Solomon Islands, date of loss November 3, 1943

Capt Robert Verne Hatfield, pilot, was declared Missing in Action on 3 Nov 1943.

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  1942-1942, 7598, VMF-213



From Month/Year
October / 1942
To Month/Year
December / 1942
Unit
VMF-213 Unit Page
Rank
Second Lieutenant
MOS
7598-Basic Fixed-Wing Pilot
Location
Not Specified
Country/State
Solomon Islands
 
 
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VMF-213
Marine Fighting Squadron 213 (VMF-213) was a reserve fighter squadron in the United States Marine Corps. Nicknamed the "Hell Hawks", the squadron fought during World War II in the Philippines and at the battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. With its assignment to the USS Essex (CV-9) and Air Group 4, VMF-213 along with VMF-124 was one of the first two Marine squadrons to augment carrier air groups during World War II. The squadron was credited with downing 117 enemy aircraft during the war.
Type
Air Units
Existing/Disbanded
Disbanded
Parent Unit
Fixed Wing Units
Strength
Air Squadron
Created/Owned By
Not Specified
   

Last Updated: Dec 14, 2016
   
   
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5 Members Also There at Same Time
VMF-213

Cupp, James, Col, (1942-1968) 75 7598 Captain
Eckart, Leland Leroy, Capt, (1942-1943) 75 7598 First Lieutenant
Rawson, George H., 2ndLt, (1942-1943) 75 7598 Second Lieutenant
Britt, Wade Hampton, Maj, (1936-1943) 75 7302 Major
Britt, Wade Hampton, Maj, (1936-1943) 75 7302 Major

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