Dallas L. Willis, Commander/Chaplin * Susan J. Monaghan, Treasurer/Newsletter * Sid & Shirley Groff, Corresponding Secretaries

This website is dedicated to the men who proudly served in the United States Marine Corps, Squadron VMD-154. During World War II, this squadron was under the command of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. VMD-154, an aerial reconnaissance squadron, was stationed at Camp Elrod on Espiritu Santo Island, New Hebrides (now Vanuatu) in the South Pacific. Their Commanding Officer was Colonel Elliott E. Bard. Squadron reconnaissance missions included the locations of: Guadalcanal, Munda, Kolombangara, Bougainville, Shortland, Nauru, Ocean, Truk, Tarawa, and Makin. To submit copies of photos, flight logs, or squadron historical documents please e-mail us at

Art & Literature
Camp Elrod
Historical Photos


Muster Rolls
Squadron History

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This website was created April 16, 2003
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Disclaimer: This website, webmaster S. Monaghan, and the officers and members of VMD-154 Reunion Association are not official representatives of the United States Government, the Department of Defense, the Department of the Navy, or the United States Marine Corps. This website was created to preserve the history of VMD-154, a World War II Marine photographic squadron. All rights reserved.