Comments: If you were in nmcb1 from 83-84 in Rota Spain, I was a ut3 worked in the plumbing shop, i was also stationed in Siganella Italy from 82-83 and did barraks maintanence, i have lost contact with everyone and would like to speak to you again please contact my daughter Alyssa Carnes on facebook and she will let me know... thank you
Comments: WAS IN MCB3 AN WOULD LIKE TO FINE OLD SEABEE FRIENDS FROM MCB3 SERVED IN PORT HUENEME. CA LATE 50 AN EARLY 60 I DON;T HAVE A COMPUTER BUT CAN BE REACHED AT 1098 ADAM ST DORCHESTER ,MA 02124 1-617-296-5969 BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I HAVE TALKED TO ANYONE FROM MCB3 AN REALLY MISS MY SEABEE FRINDS AN WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND A MCB3 REUNION MCB1 FRIEND OF MINE IS POSTING THIS MESSAGE FOR ME ON HIS COMPUTER
Comments: cbu 410 nas jax 84-86. NMCB 133 86-1990.. any Bearfoot salooners or Broad ave bombers still out there hit me up
Added: March 28, 2010
Submitted by Name: Daniel M Bilodeau From: Barrington, NH E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: I spent the majority of my active duty enlistment on the Island of Guam at NAS Agana in 66-67. I was BU working on rebuilding the Island after being hit by a typhoon in 62. Many good memories and great times on side trips.
Comments: dear sir my great uncle was a navy seebee in world war II i only have his navy picture on his insignia patch i found out he was a chief petty officer and a pipe fitter im trying to gather more info. he is deceased the next of kin would be my father how can i gather more data. thank you
Comments: i served june 1980 to febuary 1993 with various seabee units, and i would change nothing but my decsion to get out. once a bee,always a bee!!!!
Added: March 27, 2010
Submitted by Name: Peter J. Rosa, USAF E-8, Ret. From: Nokomis, FL E-mail: rosapj@AOL.com
Comments: I am the proud son of Manuel F. Rosa, a U.S. Navy Seabee who fought on Saipan WWII.
Are there any records of the USN Seabees who fought at Saipan? I am trying to find out if he fought during the invasion or was one of the replacement troops. He spent the entire war on Saipan.
I have photos that were taken by a Marine photographer friend of my Dad's that are battle photos and of life on Saipan after the invasion was over. I offered them to the Seabee museum at Mississippi and was blown off by the person I talked with. Is there a website where these photos could be sent and seen by other interested Seabees and family members?