KOREA AIRCRAFT CARRIER (CV-CVA, CVE & CVL)

DEPLOYMENT DATES (1950 to 1953)

Korean Theater of Operation

CHAPTER X

 

 

      “By the end of the Korean Conflict; 11 attack, one light, and five escort carriers had been sent into action — some for two or three tours” (Ref. 1-Philippine Sea & 72).

 

The U. S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet scheduled aircraft carriers deployments from 1950 to 1953 are as follows:

 

AIRCRAFT CARRIER           Combat Mission

DEP

 AIR WING

T/C

 DEPART

RETURN

USS Boxer (CV-21)

2nd WestPac

CVG-19

B

11 Jan 1950

23 May 1950

USS Boxer (CV-21) (1st)

3rd WestPac

CVG-2

M

24 Aug 1950

11 Nov 1950

USS Boxer (CV-21) (2nd)

4th WestPac

CVG-101

A

2 Mar 1951

24 Oct 1951

USS Boxer (CVA-21) (3rd)

5th WestPac

CVG-2

M

8 Feb 1952

26 Sep 1952

USS Boxer (CVA-21) (4th) 1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

6th WestPac

ATG-1

U

30 Mar 1953

28 Nov 1953

USS Valley Forge (CV-45) (1st)

2nd WestPac

CVG-5

S

1 May 1950

1 Dec 1950

USS Valley Forge (CV-45) (2nd)

3rd WestPac

CVG-2*

CVG-11

M

V

6 Dec 1950   29 Mar 1951

28 Mar 1951

 7 Apr 1951

USS Valley Forge (CV-45) (3rd)

4th WestPac

ATG-1

S

15 Oct 1951

3 Jul 1952

USS Valley Forge (CVA-45) (4th)

5th WestPac

CVG-5

S

20 Nov 1952

25 Jun 1953

USS Philippine Sea          (CV-47) (1st)

1st WestPac

CVG-11* CVG-2

V

M

5 Jul 1950        29 Mar 1951

29 Mar 1951    9 Jun 1951

USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) (2nd)

2nd WestPac

CVG-11

V

31 Dec 1951

8 Aug 1952

*USS Leyte (CV-32) (1st)

1st WestPac

(CVG-3)

K

6 Sep 1950

3 Feb 1951

USS Princeton (CV-37) (1st)

3rd WestPac

CVG-19

B

9 Nov 1950

29 May 1951

USS Princeton (CV-37) (2nd)

4th WestPac

CVG-19X

B

31 May 1951

29 Aug 1951

USS Princeton (CVA-37) (3rd)

5th WestPac

CVG-19

B

21 Mar 1952

3 Nov 1952

USS Princeton (CVA-37) (4th) & 1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

6th WestPac

CVG-15

H

24 Jan 1953

21 Sep 1953

USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) (1st)

1st WestPac

CVG-102

D

10 May 1951

17 Dec 1951

USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) (2nd)

2nd WestPac

CVG-7

L

20 May 1952

8 Jan 1953

USS Essex (CV-9) (1st)

1st WestPac

CVG-5

S

26 Jun 1951

25 Mar 1952

USS Essex (CVA-9) (2nd)

2nd WestPac

ATG-2

M

16 Jun 1952

6 Feb 1953

USS Essex (CVA-9)

1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

3rd WestPac

ATG-2

W

1 Dec 1953

12 Jul 1954

USS Antietam (CV-36) (1st)

3rd WestPac

CVG-15

H

8 Sep 1951

2 May 1952

USS Antietam (CV-36) Home port transfer to the East Coast

Panama Canal

 

 

mid Aug 1952

Sep 1952

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) (1st)

1st WestPac

CVG-101

T

11 Aug 1952

17 Mar 1953

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) (2nd) &

1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

2nd WestPac

CVG-11

V

1 Jul 1953

18 Jan 1954

USS Oriskany (CVA-34) (1st)

1st WestPac

CVG-102

D

15 Sep 1952

18 May 1953

USS Oriskany (CVA-34)

1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

2nd WestPac

CVG-19

B

14 Sep 1953

22 Apr 1954

USS Lake Champlain  (CVA-39) (1st) &

1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

1st WestPac

CVG-4

F

26 Apr 1953

4 Dec 1953

USS Yorktown (CVA-10) 1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

1st WestPac

CVG-2

M

3 Aug 1953

3 Mar 1954

USS Sicily (CVE-118)  (1st)

VMF-214

VS-21

HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B TBM-3E/S    HO3S-1

WE

BS

UP

4 Jul 1950

5 Feb 1951

USS Sicily (CVE-118) (2nd)

VMF-323

VS-892

HU-1 Det

F4U-4 TBM-3S/W    HO3S-1

WS

ST

UP

12 May 1951

12 Oct 1951

USS Sicily (CVE-118) (3rd)

VMA-312

VS-931

HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B AF2S/W HO3S-1

WR

SV

UP

8 May 1952

4 Dec 1952

USS Sicily (CVE-118) (4th) 1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

VMA-

VS-

HU-1 Det

 

 

14 Jul 1953

25 Feb 1954

USS Badoeng Strait         (CVE-116) (1st)

VMF-312

VMF/

VMA-323

HU-1 Det

F4U-4

F4U-4

HO3S -1

WS

WS

UP

14 Jul 1950

 

7 Feb 1951

USS Badoeng Strait          (CVE-116) (2nd)

VMF-212

VS-892

HU-1         Det 18

F4U-4 TBM-3S/W    HO3S-1

LD            ST           UP

15 Sep 1951

1 Mar 1952

USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116) (3rd)

VMA-312 VS-892

HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B AF2S/W HO3S-1

WR                        UP

19 Jul 1952

27 Feb 1953

USS Cape Esperance (CVE 88)*

VMF (AW)-542

F7F F7F-3N

Grumma Tigercat

17 Aug 1950

Dates not researched

USS Bairoko (CVE-115) (1st)

VS-21          VS-23       HU-1 Det

TBM-3S/W TBM-3E/S/W       HO3S-1

BS           MI            UP

14 Nov 1950

15 Aug1951

USS Bairoko (CVE-115) (2nd)

VS-25

VMF-323

HU-1 Det

AF2S/W

F4U-4B AU-1  HO3S-1

SK

WS-22

WS-22       UP

1 Dec 1951

9 Jun 1952

USS Bairoko (CVE-115) (3rd)

VMA-312

VS-21

VS-23

F4U-4/B TBM-3E/S    HO3S-1

WR         BS           MI          UP

12 Jan 1953

24 Aug 1953

USS Bataan (CVL-29) (1st)

VMF-212 VMF-312

HU-1 Det 8

F4U-4/B AF-2S/W     HO3S-1

LD          WR          UP

16 Nov 1950

25 Jun 1951

USS Bataan (CVL-29) (2nd)

VMA-312

VS-25

HU-1 Det

F4U-4              F4U-4 HO3S -1

WR         SK           UP

27 Jan 1952

26 Aug 1952

USS Bataan (CVL-29) (3rd)

VMA-312

VS-871

VS-21              HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B AF2S/W HO3S-1

WR

SU

BS           UP

28 Oct 1952

26 May 1953

USS Bataan (CVL-29)       1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

VMA-312

VS-871

VS-21              HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B TBM-3S/W    HO3S-1

WR

SU

BS           UP

31 Jul 1953

before 26 Aug 1953

USS Rendova (CVE-114) (1st)

VMF-212

VS-892

HU-1 Det

F4U-4/B TBM-3S/W    HO3S-1

LD

ST           UP

8 Ju1 1951

22 Dec 1951

USS Sitkoh Bay (CVE 86)*

VMA-121

F4U-4/B TBM-3/W    HO3S-1

 

2 Oct 1951

18 Oct 1951 Yokosuka, Japan

USS Point Cruz         (CVE-119) (1st)

VMA-332           VS-38             VS-23

HS-2

HU-1 Det

Douglas AD-2s

MR

11 Apr 1953

18 Dec 1953

USS Saipan (CVL-48)

1st Peace-Keeping Cruise

VMA- 324

 

 

Oct 1953

20 Jul 1954

 

SQUADRON

TAIL CODE

AIRCRAFT DESIGNER

PLANE / HELO

DEPART

RETURN

VP-47
BA

Martin - Mariner - Patrol Bomber

PBM-5

25 Jun 1950

1 Jun 1953
VP-1
CD

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-3 / P2V-5

7 Aug 1950

27 Jul 1953
VP-22
CE

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-3 / P2V-4 (P-2D) / P2V-5

 14 Nov 1950

30 May 1953
VP-892
 

Martin -Mariner - Patrol Bomber

PBM-5

 23 Nov 1950

1 Sep 1953
VP-40
CA

Martin - Mariner - Patrol Bomber & Anti-submarine

PBM-5 / PBM-5S

 1 Jun 1951

 24 Feb 1953

VP-48
SF

Martin - Mariner - Patrol Bomber & Anti-submarine

PBM-5 /

PBM-5S2 ?

 29 May 1952

 15 Mar 1953

VP-29
BF

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-5 & P2V-6 (P-2F)

 27 Sep 1952

5 Apr 1953

VP-892
 

Martin - Mariner - Patrol Bomber

PBM-5

 23 Nov 1950

1 Sep 1953
VP-57
BI

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-5

 29 Mar 1953

27 Jul 1953

VP-7
HE

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-5

 30 Jun 1953

Jan 1954

VP-50
SE

Martin - Mariner - Patrol Bomber

PBM-5

 5 Jul 1953

27 Jul 1953

(Ref. U.S. Navy Deployment History Resources during the Korean Conflict/War:)

 

The U. S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet Navy Patrol Squadron deployed as of 1954:
 

SQUADRON

TAIL CODE

AIRCRAFT DESIGNER

PLANE / HELO

DEPART

RETURN

VP-7
HE

Lockheed -Neptune - Patrol

P2V-5

30 Jun 1953

Jan 1954

(Ref. U.S. Navy Deployment History Resources during the Korean Conflict/War:)

 

  Shore Carrier-Based Marine Corps Squadrons Deployments and Deployed
                 as of 1953 Operating in the Korean Theater of Operation - 7
h Fleet

SQUARDON PRIMARY ROLE

TAIL CODE

PLANE / HELO

DEPART

RETURN

VMF(N)-513 -      Marine Night Fighter Attack squadron - VMA-513 Squadron History - Night Fighters - Flying Nightmares

WF16

WF17  WF19

WF22

WF24

WF24

F4U-5N

F4U-5N

F4U-5N

F4U-5N                           F7F-3N

F3D-2

14 Jul 1950

Tigercat

Skynight 

21 June 1953

VMO-6 - Marine Observation Squadron -    VMO-6 History – Klondike - rolling in hot

WB

 

OY-2

TBM3E 'Sentinel'

HO2S-1 HTL-4 (TH-13L) Sioux 

HO3S-1                                                 OE-1 (O-1B) "Bird Dog"

O6-1

HO5S-1

14 Jul 1950

Convair

Sikorsky

Bell

Cessna Observation

Helicopter, Observation

March 1955

VMF/VMA-323 -Marine Fighter Attack Squadron – VMF-323

AU-1 Corsair - Death Rattlers

WS-22

WS-22

F4U-4B

AU-1

14 Jul 1950        F4U & AU-1 Corsair
1950-53

13 Jul 1953

VMF/VMA-212 -Marine Fighter Attack Squadron -  Lancers - Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-212 [VMFA-212]

LD

F4U-4

F4U-5                                         F4U-5N

F4U-4B                                         AU-1

15 Sep 1950

Feb 1955

VMF-311 - Marine Fighter Attack Squadron -VMA-311 “Willy

Lovers”/“ Tomcats”

WL2

F9F-2

F4U-4B                                      F9F-2B

F9F-5

14 Nov to Dec 1950 F9F Panther/Cougar -1953-56

 

 

 

27 Apr 1955

VMF-234 - Marine Fighter Squadron -         Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron-234 [VMGR-234]

 

F4U-4

F4U-4B

23 Apr 1951

 

VMA - 121 Marine Attack Squadron “Green Knights”

AK

AD-2

AD-3                                 AD-4

2 Oct 1951

16 Nov 1957

HMR-161 - Marine Helicopter Transport Squadron 1 st Marine Air Wing

HR

HRS-

HRS-2Gs

H05S-1

16 Aug 1951

 

VMJ-1

MW

F2H-2P

F9F-2P

F7F-3P

F4U-5P

 

 

VMC-1

RM

AD-4N

4NL

AD-3N

AD-2Q

AD-4Q

AD-4W

 

 

VMF-115 - Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-115 [VMFA-115] - Able Eagles

AE

F9F-2

F9F-4

F9F-5

Feb 1952

Jun 1953

VMA-332 Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron “Moonlighters”

MR4    MR6         MR20      MR22

F4U-4

F4U-4B

15 May 1953

23 Dec 1953

VMA-251

 

AL

AD-3

AD-4

AD-4B

9 Jun 1953

 

VMF-224  Marine Fighting Squadron “Bengals”

 

F2H-2 to F9F-5

10 Sep 1953

1 Dec 1954

 (Ref. U.S. Navy Deployment History and Korea USMC Conflict/War Resources during the Korean Conflict/War:)

VMO-6 equipped with O6-1s and converted from the HO3Ss Sikorsky to HTL-4 Bell Helicopters in late 1951.

Many of the Marine Corps Squadrons remained permanently assigned in the Korean operating area during the Korean War.

VMO-6 equipped with twelve HO5S-1 Sikorsky helicopters July 1952

 

                                      USMC Korea Conflict/War Resources:

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

U.S. Marine Corps Aviation

140A

USN and USMC Tactical Operating in the Korean Conflict

140A

Marine Corps Aviation History  

140A

U.S. Marine Corps Aviation by Maj. Gen. John P. Condon, available at the Naval History and Heritage Command, former U.S. Navy Historical Center's http://www.history.navy.mil

List of United States Marine Corps aircraft squadrons ...

118

Korean War - History of Marine Corps Aviation Korea

140A

Aviation Squadrons-VMF, VMFA VMFAT & VMFT Insignia

161

Fighting Squadrons of the USMC in WWII

168

Marine Corps squadrons

165

VMF/VMA-214

109

The Nightmares of Korea: VMF(N)-513 By Steven P. Albright

215

VMA-513 Squadron History

112

VMO 6 - Marine Observation Squadron 6 - Korean War Project

167

VMO-6 History

115

VMF-323 AU-1 Corsair

116

VMF-323 - Death Rattlers Squadron USMC World War II

168A

Marine Fighting Squadron 312 (VMF-312)

117 & 160

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-312 [VMFA-312]

163

Marine Attack Squadron-542 [VMA-542]

111

Marine Attack Squadron 542 History

166

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-212 [VMFA-212]

111A

VMA-311 Willy Lovers/Tomcats

110

Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron-234 [VMGR-234]

162

Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 121 (VMFA) - “Green Knights” (Tail code VK) - 1960s

157A

VMA-121 - Green Knights - 1960s

110A

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron(All Weather)-121 [VMFA(AW)-121]

111D

Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 121 (VMFA) - Green Knight - 1960s

251

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-115 [VMFA-115]

111E

 

       U. S. Navy Deployment History Resources during the Korean Conflict/War:

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

VMA-332 Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron “Moonlighters”

157F

Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 121 (VMFA) - Green Knight History

 

VMF-224 Marine Fighting Squadron “Bengals”

157B

Marine Corps Aces

 

169

U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Aces

75B

Korea 1950-1953 Significant Events: 1950

208

U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Aircraft Serial Numbers and Bureau ... 1911 to Present

137A

U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps BuNos--Third Series (60010 to 70187)

139

HISTORY AND MUSEUMS DIVISION-USMC

146

History of Marine Corps Aviation Main Page

140

U.S. Navy Ships

84B

U.S. Navy Ship Classification Symbols

39A

CV Deployments

76

U.S. Navy carriers

1

U.S. Navy Attack carriers: CV, CVA, CVB, CVL, CVAN and CVN

75D

Evolutions of Aircraft Carriers

155B1

U.S. Navy Escort carriers: AVG, ACV and CVE

75D

U.S. Navy Escort Aircraft Carriers

84C

U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers - CV/CVN

84A

Appendix 22 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Aces

75B

 

 

Naval Aviation

155A1

APPENDIX 15 Evolution of Carrier Air Groups and Wings

114B

Evolution of Carrier Air Groups and Wings

75B

CV Deployments

76

CVW Deployments

76A

CVSG Deployments

75B

Appendix 6 - Lineage Listing for VA, VA(AW), VAH, VA(HM), VAK, VAL

114A

U.S. Navy Aircraft Squadron Classification Symbols

39A

Aircraft Designations and Popular Names

75B

CVG Deployments

76C

Naval Helicopters

75B

History of U.S. Naval Operations: Korea

211A

History of U.S. Naval Operations: Korea (A Note on Source Materials) - (Ref. 211)

Korean Combat Action Reports for Carrier Air Groups

75C

U.S. Navy and Marine Corp Aircraft in the Korean Conflict

75C

List of United States Navy ships

148

Naval Squadrons

76D

U.S. Marine Corps - Go Navy        

76E

 

 

The Korean War, June 1950 - July 1953

210A

KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953

220

Encyclopedia: Korean War

226

KOREAN WAR map final

227

The 319th FIS Association

203

35th & 80th Fighter Squadron

133

Korean War

218

Korea Web Weekly

137F

Korea 1950-1953 Significant Events: 1950

208

Europe: The Second Front

128A

Korea War Fact Sheet “HISTORY”

146

North Korea

55

Air War Korea - Events

269

The American Merchant Marine During the Korean War

130

 

 

Carrier, Carrier Based Squadrons and Non-Carrier Based Squadron Korean War order of battle – (Ref. 29)

CARRIER, CARRIER BASED SQUADRONS AND NON-CARRIER BASED SQUADRON DEPLOYMENTS DURING THE KOREAN WAR - Carrier, Air Group and Carrier Based Squadron Deployments – Squadron Aircraft tail code - Googles Search - Ref. 90

Korea War References are submitted in view of history as the Coral Sea did not participate.

This list of aircraft carriers of the U.S. Navy includes all types in the main hull numbering sequence, consisting of hull classification symbols CV, CVA, CVB, CVL and CVN - Ref. 72).

For the smaller escort aircraft carriers (CVE), please see list of escort aircraft carriers of the U.S. Navy” (Ref. 72).

Carrier Deployment by Year: Appendix 3 - Carrier Deployments by Year 1946 to 1990, U.S. Dept of the Navy – (Ref. 8).

 

President Truman’s Administration News:

 

Korean War: June, 1950                                  Korean War: July, 1950

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

USN and USMC Tactical Aircraft Operating during the Korean Conflict

AIRCRAFT

REF.

AIRCRAFT

REF.

AIRCRAFT

REF.

AD/A-1 Skyraider (AD-4)

75D

AD-5 Skyraider

75D

AF Guardian (AF-2S)

75D

F2H Banshee

75D

F3D Skynight

75D

F4U Corsair

75D

F6F-5K Hellcat

75D

F7F-3N/P Tigercat

75D

F9F Panther

75D

Sikorsky H-5 - Sikorsky HO3S-1 'Dragonfly'

75D

HO3S-1

75D

HO4S-2

75D

HO5S-1

75D

HRS-1

75D

HRS-2

75D

HTL-4

75D

OE-1 Cessna O-1 Bird Dog (OE-1 redesignated O-1B, similar to OE-2/O-1C

75D

Convair OY-2 'Sentinel'

75D

P2V (P-2) Neptune

75D

P2V-5 (P-2) Neptune

75D

PB4Y-2 Privateer (P4Y-2)

75D

PBM Mariner

75D

TBM-3S Avenger (Korea)

75D

Sabre vs MiG

F-86A-5 Sabre vs MiG-15

75D

Ref. U.S. Navy Deployment History and Korea USMC Conflict/War Resources during the Korean Conflict/War:

VMO-6 equipped with O6-1s and converted from the HO3Ss Sikorsky to HTL-4 Bell helicopters in late 1951.

Many of the Marine Corps Squadrons remained permanently assigned in the Korean operating area during the Korean War.

VMO-6 equipped with twelve HO5S-1 Sikorsky helicopters July 1952

 

KOREA THEATER OF OPERATIONS

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

RESOURCE

REF.

Korea War Fact Sheet - Chronology of the Korean War 1950-1953

146

Air War Korea – Events 1950-53

 

269

Korean War - History of Marine Corps Aviation Korea

140A

Korean War--Logistics & Support Activities in Korea, 1950-1953

273

Korean War--United Nations and Republic of Korea Forces

274

U.S. Air Force Units in the Korean War

176

Naval History - Photographic History Of The U.S. Navy

176

Air Power Development Centre - A Potted History of the RAAF

267

U.S. Air force F-86 Sabre – Korea War

 

212

Korean War Aces

199

Aerial Victories in Korea

199

History of U.S. Naval Operations: Korea

211A

Meteor Operations in Korea

 

213

USAF F-86 Sabre (F-86) Squadrons - 1st FDS to 97th FIS

252

War In The Air: The Royal Australian Air Force In Korea

268

USAF Historical Study No. 71 - USAF Museum

246

KOREAN WAR map final

 

227

The Air War

 

206

F-80 Shooting Star Units Over Korea

 

173

Air Power Development Centre - A Potted History of the RAAF

267

First American jet ace, USAF F-86 Sabre pilot “Maj. James Jabara

233

P-47 Thunderbolts USAAF Squadron Assignments

175

MiGs versus Meteors

212

RAAF Museum - History of the RAAF

270

RAAF News

271

The U.S. Air Force’s First War:
Korea 1950-1953 Significant Events

271

 

 

General George E. Stratemeyer and the Air War in Korea: Fall 1950 by
Thomas Y'Blood, Headquarters, U.S. Air Force History Office (Ref. 224)

References submitted for illustration of sources but not discussed in the Coral Sea Book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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978-1-329-55111-4