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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

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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

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LOOKING FOR MARVIN JOHNSON . FROM GORHAM NEW YORK . LOST TOUCH IN 1977 . HEARD HE MADE CHIEF IN 1988 . HE WAS A BUILDER . THANKS FOR ANY HELP . ED DUNN

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Mcb 10 and 3 1955 to 1959 . Guam , Saipan , Ulithie , Okinawa . Great outfit , great guys ,great duty .

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cbu 410 nas jax 84-86. NMCB 133 86-1990.. any Bearfoot salooners or Broad ave bombers still out there hit me up

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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.

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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

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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!!!!

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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?

Thank you for a reply

Peter J. Rosa, SMSgt (E-8), USAF Retired


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I served with MCB 3 from Feb 56 to nov 57 both at CUBI point Phillipines and at Port Hueneme CA.

My Dad was also on active duty from WW2 until 1970. He was Senior Chief Steelworker Al Feld. He was also a Diving instructor and a member of one of the first STAT teams.

Anyone know either of us, it would be nice to hear from you.

Bob Feld CMCN


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