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NMCB 62 had 32 Minutemen sign-in for our annual business meeting & photo taking session at the Feb. 2010 Hampton, VA VNES reunion. Here are the names of those who attended: Larry Wheeler, Jack Lee, Joe Grocki, Steve Johnson, Price Richardson, Dave Fruits, Chuck Gatlin, John Brian, Bill Pierce, Tim Bragg, Charlie Dunn, Bill Clough, Frank Cheschi, Malcolm Smith, Ted Dick, Paul DiFebo, Joe Tack, Fred Malone, Ken Ward, Norm Hahn, Karl Brunner, Milt Davis, Jim Mennucci, Bill Heflin, Jimmy Campbell, Jonathan Grohs, Rich Micucci, Lyle Stewart, John Frederick, Jim Thomas, Gerry Napert & Duane Vance. Next year's Feb reunion will be same time, same place. Our next mini-reunion will be in Oct 2010 in Gulfport. See our "reunion" tab on our website for more info. The Minutemen Alumni Group thanks everyone who attended this year and invites those who couldn't attend to attend in Oct 2010 & Feb 2011.

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Mcb1/Mcb9 REUNIOIN IN St ChARLES MO ON OCTOBER 8-12 2010 CONTACT PETER DOWD 89 EDWARD RD MARSHFIELD ,MA 02050 mcb1reunion@verizion.net 781-837-0393 Mini Reunion in HEMLOCK,NY JULY 4TH WEEKEND [ ALL SEABEES WELCOME TO ATTEND ALL OUR REUNIONS ] WE ALL SERVED IN THE SEABEES AN ARE ONE

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Just a quick hello to all fellow Seabees.

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I served in the Seabees from Sept, 1956 to Sept 1960. I attended "A" builders school in Port Hueneme 1957 assigned to MCB 10. I served on Guam 57,58 working on the Nimitz Hill Project constructing the swimming pool and the military housing development and built some bridges.
I was in Adak in 58, working on the docks repairing piers and building dolphins, and back to Guam 59,60, working on the Naval Air Station Airstrip Project. I was a BUH2 in Charlie Co. If there are any Bees out there that served in MCB 10 during these times I would like to hear from you.
Once a Seabee always a Seabee ! CAN DO!


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Fellow members of the Naval Services,

I am proud to have served with our brother Seabees while in Vietnam, during & after the Tet Offensive of 1968. A CB Camp a few miles from us near DaNang helped us often, and without your assistance we would have all had an even tougher time an even tougher time of it while deployed. Thank you all for your service, and Welcome Home Brothers...Welcome Home!
Semper Fidelis, & Can Do !!!
Terry

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Any Seabees out there that serves with NMCB 8, go to that web site and the SVA Facebook and you'll learn that our 2010 reunion will be held in Branson, Mo starting October 20th thru the 23rd. We would be very happy to renew old friendships and have a great time together. Don't wait until the last minute now! If you're a fleet sailor or a Marine that served with "the eightball" find a Seabee to help you fill out the forms!!!

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Great website! VSO’s throughout the Nation tell us the U.S. Veteran Compensation Programs is a GREAT website as well. In fact, it is the website recommended by VSO’s around the world. Veterans who are actively pursuing a service-connected claim or seeking an increase in compensation visit U.S. Veteran Compensation Programs to learn how to file, who to see, where to go, what to do, and so much more. Visit it today!

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Quoting Vice Admiral Ben Moreell, CEC, USN, the "Father of the Seabees, in "Can Do" by William Bradford Huie, a Chaplain of a Seabee battalion asked his crew, "What can we do to make you more content?" and the answer was: "Nothing. I got in this outfit to give, not to get." I'm sure every Seabee will remember the words of General Douglas MacArthur to Vice Admiral Moreell in February of 1944...."The only trouble with your Seabees is that you don't have enough of them!"
God bless all Seabees, past present and future. You have a proud history and your accomplishments are plenty. Happy birthday to each and every single Seabee! CAN DO!!


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"Hi" to All "Seabees and HAPPY BRITHDAY. NMCB 9 1967-69,Sublic Bay 69-72, NMCB 10 1972 for one depolyment, 72-74 CBU 416 NAVSTA Long Beach Ca.1974-1978 NMCB 40, 1978 NAVSTA San diego (Sima) Transportion. 1981 PWC Diego Garcia, Made 3 Depolyment to Diego Garcia NMCB 10 in 72, Nmcb 40 in 74, and PWC 81-82, Roos Roads for 3 years in 82-85, 85-87 NavAir Sta. Lemoore Ca. Retired in 1987...

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