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Lo L All those that wish to disagree LOOK ME UP FOR A CHAT and we'll reminisce about slog- ging through that Georgia style red clay to get our ration of Australian mutton and red or green sugar water. I ended up in Philadelphia Naval Hospital for over two years. Hall of Lombardi, Illinois or Jim Butler of Cleveland, Ohio. Detachment to Diego Garcia then back to Gulfport, then to Guam and being discharged in 1978. If so, we probably crossed paths on the base, or in the hills on bivouac.... I know he was stationed at Port Hueneme in Oxnard, California around 1949, 1950 through 1957 when we came to San Diego. Am also trying to track down an Al Green, who was stationed at Port Hueneme in the summer of 1948. name: John O'Brien email: johnob48 at location: Peoria, AZ Date: July 21, 2010 comment: A book I wrote titled "Hardest Job in the U. Navy Seabees" is available now through Author House Publishing Co. Color 8.5x8.5 .00 or call 888-280-7715 The book has 100 photographs along with short stories from my two tours in Vietnam, 1967-1969, MCB-10 and CBMU-301, I was located in the Northern I Corps area. Island x-5, West Valley, AZ name: Jerry Decius email: jdwhitworth at location: Northern California Date: July 17, 2010 comment: I was in MCB-9 from December 1959 until September of 1963. Once a Seabee, always a Seabee I guess name: Marilyn email: doxy920 at location: Grand Rapids, Michigan Date: July 14, 2010 comment: I am looking for any Seabees stationed in Bermuda 1952-1956. However my father was in the MCB 4 Charlie Company and is trying to locate some of the men that he was With. His name is Tommy Davis and was enrolled around 1978 or so. Bu Home Port Port Hueneme, Point Magu and Camp Pendleton Range Coach among other things Looking for friends served with including Jim Byers, Tim Stewart, Kennedy and others. He passed away in 2004 but thoroughly convinced me of his love for the "Bees" while I was growing up. Second deployment in 1969, with MCB 58, cut short due to injury. Any info on where to look would be helpful or if any happens to know my Grandfather and could send me a message, his name was John Dancho Jr.Thanks, Rich name: Steve Culbertson email: scappr at location: Bruceton Mills, WV Date: September 28, 2010 comment: Was a proud member of NMCB5 76-78 as an EO3. Wouldn't trade the memories or friendships for the world. name: James Hansen email: hogman542003 at location: anchorage AK Date: September 28, 2010 comment: Boot camp was San Diego.1/14/74. name: John Greene email: jag at location: Ocala, FL now. Date: September 22, 2010 comment: I am trying to find the WWII service records for my father. Info I have is: George Robert Cox born 1912 Perth Amboy , N. If you were in 9 at the same time, I'd like to hear from you. Went to my first All Seabee Reunion (2010) down at Hueneme a few weeks ago. If you were stationed there did you know Jim Felton? name: Mike Anderson email: Flooddog97 at location: Spring Lake Park, MN Date: June 29, 2010 comment: I was with MCB 22.. I enlisted in 1967 (Boot camp at GLakes)and reported to Davisville, MCB-53, as a "Steelworker Striker." We deployed to Camp Adener (sp? Spent two months at USNH Guam and three months back at USNH GLakes and finished my enlistment (SW3) at Gulfport in Oct. name: Stacy German email: slgut at location: Boynton Beach, Florida Date: June 01, 2010 comment: My father was in the 107th Seabees in the 1940's stationed on the Island of Tinian.Flew into Khe Sanh twice to our detachment there during 1st deployment in 67, got fogged, rained, in, the airstrip was ripped up by mortars, so stayed a couple of weeks, got exposed to rabid dog along with 2 or 3 hundred other Seabees and Marines who played with the cute little black dog. I was a Crane operator in the Bee's serving in MCB 9.Our battalion's C Company built the Liberty Bridge, the single biggest construction project of the Vietnam war. name: Jodi King Eastwood email: jodik1959 at location: Haleyville, AL Date: May 29, 2010 comment: My grandfather, Charles F. I know my grandfather was on Guadalcanal, but he passed away when I was 9, so I know very little. name: Ben Frataccia UT 1 Ret, email: seabeeut1 at location: Deming, New Mexico Date: May 22, 2010 comment: Server with the BET from 1964-1985 Always a Be and Damm Proud of it.. MCB 6 69 , MCB 71 70 , Siginolla ( sp ) det Crete 70-72 , CBU 407 Corpus Christi 72-75 , NMCB 5 75-78 , NAS Bermuda 78-79 . 93510 Date: May 21, 2010 comment: Hello, I joined the Navy Seabee's in 1968. I completed a tour in Okinawa, rebuilding Camp Kinser for the first large Marine pull-down of troops out of V. I was a IPO based on my background with heavy equipment. however, I believe I contributed to the over all effort.still in contact with some of the guys after all these years. name: Michael Avery email: flyboy.650 at location: Mobile Al. on a Sunday noon so he could go to a village and you know what? Connor email: jconnor at location: Bayville, New Jersey Date: October 01, 2010 comment: I was a Seabee from 1964 to 1969 and was a member of Operation Deep Freeze. I was a Corpsman attached to MCB10 from March of 1969 until February of 1970. Johnston email: tzarina at com location: San Diego, California Date: July 30, 2010 comment: My father, James Grant Kerr, was in the Seabees until his retirement in 1970. In going through old papers and photos of his that my brother had stored, I found many pictures of him on Midway Island, Adak and Kodiak, Alaska, etc. name: Larry Swanson email: ldswan420 at location: St. Served in acb1 the bone and nmcb5 with two westpacks. My Dad is trying to find out in what unit he served.Date: October 27, 2010 comment: EO2 MCB-3 CAMP KINSER OKINAWA 68-69 As sea stories go, a gripping bee is a happy bee after all I single- handedly did the refurb at Kinser in one tour. Markgraf email: jjm1 at location: Lodi, WI.53555 Date: October 17, 2010 comment: Was with NMCB-11 @ Camp Adenir in Vietnam 1966. name: Rich Farrell email: richtr6 at location: Connecticut Date: October 03, 2010 comment: CMA2. I did two tours in the south pole before being hurt. I did not return to Vietnam with the Battalion because my discharge date was Feb of 1970....anyone out there at Port Hueneme during the rotation in '69? and was hoping to get stories from anyone who might have known him during his service. name: Kayla Davis email: Kay D9487 at location: Plainville CT Date: July 09, 2010 comment: I was never in. name: Matt Crouse email: vetusaster at location: Iowa Date: June 30, 2010 comment: Diego Garcia 74-75 Delta Co. Cloud, MN Date: June 20, 2010 comment: My dad served as a Seabee (CM1) in WWII in North Africa and the Pacific. My Dad does have some pictures and all, but nothing giving a clue as to what unit his Dad served in.I believe that would have put your departure to Quang Tri as sometime between August and October. All the parties departed together on a ship to California. Proud of you all~ In 1972-74, I had the opportunity to live on Adak and graduate early from High School. My older sister was born at the base hospital at Norfolk, VA in 1952. Please let me know about his Seebees or if you have info on Pop. I have an old photo of his battilion but only know him in it. He was never a great man but I was ALWAYS proud of his service to his country. I would like to find someone with information on my fathers Seabee service. Dad was deployed to Dong Ha when the base blew up in 67 and was also staioned in Da Nang 68-69 at one time. name: Kevin Millageemail: dirtboy170 at yahoo.comlocation: Cannon Falls MN Date: February 14, 2011comment: Hi i'm looking for some help with determining what paint color and emblem location were use on Navy Seabee vehicles in 1964, I'm in the process of restoring a 1964 M677 troop carrier. name: Richard L Watson I email: okpossum at location: Ardmore Oklahoma Date: December 24, 2010 comment: 3cpo MCB-62 duty stationed in Gulfport Mississippi DPPO 69-72 / Diego Garcia May 71-Dec 71, Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico june 70-jan 71.The cruise book I got the info from didn't have dates on the detail departures. The Sea-bee base in Port Hueneme is where I lived when age 4-5, then we moved to what is now the Oxnard Harbor area. I am putting together a Family history for my granddaughters and I'd like to include this part of his life. I would love to know more to pass it on to his grandchildre/and great-grandchildren/great-great-grandchildren. Thank you, Gayle Benally I was an IPO EO-2 in MCB-7. I was with MCB5 Camp Hoover, Danang 1969, next to hill 327. I would love to hear from anyone that served with him. name: Frank Germannemail: frank.germann at gmail.comlocation: West St Paul, MN Date: February 21, 2011comment: I was an Engineering Aid Surveyor and was stationed at Public Works Yokosuka Japan in 1962/1963. I served in the Navy Seabee 1987-1995 Dersert Storm vet.attacted to Fleet Hospital 5 Jabal Saudi Arabia. Trying to reach others from these places and times name: Bryan Kinter email: c_rush2008 at location: Chambersburg, PA Date: December 12, 2010 comment: My name is Bryan Kinter and I am contacting you in regards to my grandfather, Gary Eugene Johns. He died on Wednesday December 8th, 2010 and with his death leaves only one man from his platoon left living.
In November the Bureau told me I was to old to re enlist. Served from 1957-1958 from there to Midway, Wake, Kwajalein, Hawaii; then back to San Diego then 3 months in a retraining camp to get used to civilian life. ANYONE REMEMBER THE CARD GAME WITH ABOUT 300.00 IN PENNIES? name: Eldon Mc Williamsemail: ekm2 at verizon.netlocation: Sudbury , MADate: January 15, 2011comment: DELTA CO. Sincerely, Bryan Kinter name: Hartley Holte email: hoholte at location: Annapolis, Md Date: December 09, 2010 comment: My uncle, Lawrence Ladoucre, (La Doucer) out of Deer River, MN was a petty officer Seabee and heavy equipment operator in the Fiji Is during much of WWII. Bjork email: stuart.bjork at location: Janrsville Wi. We did everything from plumbing to electrical, carpentry maintenance.
(39) I was given an early out and we went to Orlando FL.. We worked with the people of Califorinia fighting forrest fires and anything they needed so we could get use to civilian life and try to blend in with the community and normal life. THEN JAN 69 QUANG TRI UNTIL AUG 69, JUST IN TIME FOR THE STORM. / MCB8 64 64 / DANANG ADVANCE PARTY & REAR ECHELON / CHU LAI / BUH2 ELDON MCWILLIAMS - Ekm2 at name: Rodereick De Youngemail: [email protected]: Randolph, New Jersey 07869 Date: January 14, 2011comment: I know that our Unit- I believe it was the 7th Construction Ballalian- ended up on Okinawa in the spring of 1945. I think that my dog tags were 609-91-89 name: Richard Rosasemail: descriptivemind2 at yahoo.comlocation: Los Angeles, Calif. Would like to know about their role/locations there and obtain copies of any photos/written material. 53546 Date: November 17, 2010 comment: Joined the Navy June 1957 Class A builders school Port Huneme Ca. name: Ann Finch email: carrieannfinch at location: United States Date: November 15, 2010 comment: My Daddy was a Seabee during WW 2. I have just started trying to research his service. Thanks--- name: Keith "Kacy" Johnston email: circlej9120 at location: Kewanee Il Date: November 13, 2010 comment: Still searching for MCB10 Seabees 1967-1969 Khe Sanh Vietnam. Bjork email: stuart.bjork at location: Janesville Wi. After boot camp I went to class A school at Port Hueneme Ca. Was hoping to find jerry Mann who we were station with and my wife and I live with until our home was ready for us.
I was one of the first Seabees assigned to the base that had just opened up, and we slept in old WWII type wooden barracks with no screens.
8th Street Olean, NY 14760 E-mail: white_tiger401 at Dear Sir or Madam, I am researching the 314th Wing 330th Bomb Group 458th Bomb Sq during their stay on Guam from 1944-45. Date: November 09, 2010 comment: I was in MCB3 -58-62,class a builders school in Hueneme, Kubasaki till the end of the MCAF project in 61 , BUL3 I worked in the pre-cast yard, the water tower project, the PX bldg. NAS Miramar, San Diego, Operation Deep Freeze winter over Mc Murdo 64-65, Com. Date: November 04, 2010 comment: I made my first deployment with NMCB-9, 1969 to phu loc, Vietnam. I.) name: Amby Pietrunti email: treasure594 at location: Atlanta GA Originally Johnston RI Date: September 08, 2010 comment: My grandfather, Ambrose Pietrunti, was in the 61st Seabees during WWII. All of us would love to hear from anyone else from MCB 22. name: Russ Harlan email: callruss at location: Bellingham WA State Date: June 13, 2010 comment: First duty station was with MCB 10 in Port Hue. Went to Builders school then re-joined the battalion in Da Nang in 1966. name: Art Murray (BUH 2) email: art at location: No.
My father was station there and was with the Crew of the 811. I would like to find some pictures of that deployment. He started his tour in Auckland New Zealand then moved north behind the invading force. name: Steve Piehl email: stvpiehl at location: Cincinnati, Ohio Date: June 27, 2010 comment: 1968-1970 MCB-4 delta co, Looking for fellow Bees that served in Vietnam spring of 69 deployment to Danang Camp Adner. Was sent to shore duty at Monkey Mtn Da Nang in 1967-68. name: Kay Rasmussen email: kayrasmussen at location: Utah Date: June 10, 2010 comment: I was with MCB 10. It brought back some good memories I have of that time. Littlefield, BUL2, USNMCB4 email: rlittlefield at location: Wentzville, MO 63385 Date: June 09, 2010 comment: One deployment to Rota, Spain in 1965 and one deployment to Chu Lai, RVN, 1965-66. Calif Date: June 05, 2010 comment: I served with Charlie Company of NMCB 10 from 1967 - 1969. As many others have previously stated, we were giving the experience of a lifetime.
Paul MN Date: November 03, 2010 comment: SK3 served with MCB 10 from 73 to decommissioning in 76. Done a few other things as well just like everybody else did. I have his battalion yearbook, some certificates he received for crossing the equator and the 180th Meridian on the ship the M. I can send copies of the photos I have if anyone would like. If you have any info or know where I can find some please send me any leads. I was with NMCB11 when we had the big blast in 1966 name: Bill Vacanti email: wl_vacanti at location: STP 94-95 Date: June 14, 2010 comment: I worked the STP plant 94-95 along with Many Sea Bees, what great young men always there to help out and learn what is going on. Class Blue, we had a little band and played at the VFW. Like to find Dean Garmoe, Carl Merril, Nick Guliani and any other survivors of Delta and Charlie Co's.