By Roy A. Grossnick
This quantity comprises nearly a hundred and forty histories and different info overlaying each squadron within the assault (VA) and strike fighter (VFA) groups from the time the firstof those instructions (VA-35) was once demonstrated in 1934.
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Extra resources for Dictionary of American Naval Aviation Squadrons, Vol. 1. The history of VA, VAH, VAK, VAL, VAP, and VFA squadrons
Keigher (acting) LT Charles A. Collins LCDR Kent M. Cushman LCDR Harold A. Robinson 26 Mar 29 Apr 14 Sep 24 Nov 1945 1945 1946 1947 Aircraft Assignment Type of Aircraft Date Type First Received TBM-1/1C TBM-3 TBF-1 TBF-1C/P TBM-3E TBM-3S 26 Mar 1945 26 Mar 1945 Apr 1945 May 1945 May 1945 1948 Air Wing Assignments Air Wing CVEG-41/CVEG-1* Tail Code BS Assignment Date 26 Mar 1945 * CVEG-41 was redesignated CVEG-1 on 15 November 1946. Chronology of Significant Events 1 Mar 1946: Commander Air Force Pacific Fleet designated the primary mission of VA-1E as antisubmarine warfare (ASW).
Disestablished on 1 September 1948. The first and only squadron to be designated VA-1E. 26 Mar 15 Apr 04 Jul 10 Jul 01 Aug 19 Sep 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 Commanding Officers Squadron Insignia and Nickname Date Assumed Command VT-41’s insignia was approved by CNO on 18 July 1945. The insignia depicted the multi-armament capability of the squadron’s aircraft. Colors for the insignia were: light blue background with white cloud outlined in black; yellow torpedo with black markings; the machine gun and rockets were gray with black markings and the bomb was black; the shell and mouth of the turtle were Squadron insignia approved for green, while the arms, use by VT-41.
S. Parks LCDR Robert H. Moore, Jr. LCDR Bernard Sevilla CDR E. W. Blackburn CDR L. M. Cauble CDR S. G. Gorsline, Jr. LCDR Edward E. Riley (acting) CDR G. M. Veling CDR Edward E. Riley CDR Robert P. Smith Dec 28 Aug Nov Jun Jan 30 May 06 Mar 08 Apr 28 Sep 06 Nov 18 Sep 20 Aug 1949 1952 1953 1955 * 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1961 1962 1963 Date Assumed Command CDR CDR CDR CDR CDR CDR John R. Dewenter Robert R. King, Jr. Richard A. Mackell Charles L. Bush Morris A. Peelle Theodore L. Lloyd, Jr. 02 Jul 02 Jul 01 Jul 23 Jun 24 Jul 09 Jul 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 * Lieutenant Commander Robert H.