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I know it wasn't 1962 because I was in Viegues, PR that year. Agent Orange, problems with the Heart over the past few years. I am also looking for the Green in Color book from Dangha 1967-1968E Or if someone could point me in the right direction name: Michael Dumontemail: mdumont at somersworth.comlocation: Somersworth NH Date: March 01, 2011comment: I served with NMCB-74 from 1979 to 1981.

He disputes being there, but when you run into a 1st cousin that you weren't even aware that he was in the service, you don't forget that experience. I've tried to find what the letters stand for but can't. name: Elizabeth Lockie email: chachachik1 at gmail.comlocation: Sandpoint Idaho Date: April 15, 2011comment: This just might be the place I might find some information on my dad, Franklin D. My understanding is he served in Japan and was in the Sea-Bees. I am currently trying to get in touch with Michael Kohler, he was the Master at Arms for the battalion during that time, any help would be appreciated I'm writing this for my dad. He served in the Navy from 53-71 after a four year enlistment in the army.

have a question that maybe you could answer or lead me to someone that could. I can be reached by phone at: 910-352-5080 I am looking for anyone that was Attached to MCB5 Charlie Co from 1967 to 1968 My grandfather was YNC Clyde Leyman Watson Personnel Chief, I am trying to find anyone who remembers him of has pictures of him and he passed away when I was 2 of enphicsema.

My cousin was in the Seabees and I recall seeing him at Little Creek, VA, at the Amphibious Warfare Training Facility in approximately 1963 or 1964, during the summer, probably June or July. I promised my grandmother that before she died I would get him a shadowbox made and pass it on, I failed to do so, but I am still going to finish what I promised her.

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.

I was in the Marine Corps, which was my reason for being at that location. Is there anyway that I can find out if that unit was there at that time? He passed away in the late '60's when I was 6 yrs old. Frog, Tood, Shepard were some of those in my company. He was a Seabee stationed in Newfoundland, Moroco, Korea, Spain, and of course Vietnam 66-69(2 tours).

the following info: i showed our arrival to Okinawa as August '67. Unfortunately I have very little information since all the relatives that were connected to him have passed on. Sincerely, Liz Lockie (Wylie)chachachik1 at 28te Naval Mobile Construction Batallion Company Bravo. I am retired Army, (1SG) and I am looking for information about my father, Carrol Eugene Simmons, EQCM (Ret). I know he was in NCMB 5 in Stationed at Port Hueneme CA. and was also stationed in Rhode Island, Jacksonville FL.,and Millington TN.where he eventually retired.

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We do often wonder if this guestbook is effective in reuniting people. Would love to hear from any of the guys who served in MCB74 on its first tour of duty in Vietnam.Lookong to make contact with anyone back in the day. When we returned to Quonset Pt; I was assigned to The 21st NCR; and sent to Camp Fogarty as an Instructor. We lived in Orlando 35 years and moved to Titusville FL in Feb. I was drafted in 1954; had 13 weeks training deployed to GUAM in 1955 served there 18 months under an experiment, then deployed to PHILLIPINES. PASSED OUT AT THE BEE HIVE JUMP THE GULLY IN FORNT OF THE BARRAKS. Helped install the cruiser Biloxi mast in a park outside of Biloxi. where I made chief steel worker and served with chief Lyle Carpenter. 69 and regretted having to take it because ai served with a great bunch of bees. Thank you for your time and for your services to our country. Landing field that was under Naval station Barbers Point o'aho Hawaii.