|The 13th Bomb Squadron Association is a
not-for-profit veterans organization under IRS rules Section 501 (19).
As such, contributions made to the Association are tax deductible.
The objective of this Association is to re-establish and maintain the
bonds of camaraderie developed among members of the 13th Bomb Squadron
and thereby provide social and recreational activities for its members.
There are no dues to the Association. The Association sends out a
request for donations annually. Active members receive the
Association's INVADER newsletter three times a year.
Active membership is extended to all persons who were assigned or
attached to the 13th Bomb Squadron, the 13th Attack Squadron or any
other named organization derived from the 13th Squadron. The
Association accepts as Associate Members those surviving dependents of
previous active members and those veterans of other organizations who
served with the 13th Bomb Squadron or any other organization having an
affiliation with the 13th Squadron during the Squadron's period of
During the Korean War and including the period shortly thereafter,
approximately 3000 men passed through the Squadron. We have recent
addresses of about 875 men who are considered "active" by virtue of
some contact with the Association during the past two years. About 750
men are known to be deceased. We have had previous contact with about
375 other men who are considered to be no longer active. There are
approximately 900 people known or believed to have been in the Squadron
who have not been located. (A partial list of those men we are searching for is posted on
For additional information, e-mail
Association has participated in various activities paying tribute to
U.S. veterans. On December 11, 1999, the Florida Korean War Memorial
was dedicated at Tallahassee. The 13th was there, and we've got a detailed report with
Below: (Left) Members of the 13th who attended the ceremonies; (Right)
Florida Governor Jeb Bush (wearing a 13th hat) with Perry Nuhn.
Click on either thumbnail to go directly to the report on the Florida