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All Fellow Sea Bee's.. I served from 66 to 68 with MCB 8.
I served with them on their Chu Lai Deployment.
I was a CMA2 but served with the "H" Company as I was placed in the Repair Parts Warehouse.
I noted that our reunion in October I believe isn't listed. I will try to have our association President to get the information Listed..
I was on the Advanced Party for my Deployment and also was on the BEEP after deployment.
Any fellow 8ers out there would love to hear from you..
Ron Husak


Added: February 23, 2010
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My dad served in the Navy Seabees primarily at Rota, Spain from roughly 1956-1960. I was trying to make contact with anyone who might have served with him.

Added: February 20, 2010
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DoD identifies a Navy Seabee killed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. IT1 Sean Caughman, 43, of Fort Worth, Texas, died Feb. 16, while supporting operations in Kuwait. Caughman was assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 22

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65th anniversary of Iwo-Jima 2/19/45

Iwo-Jima Seabees you are not Forgotten!


Added: February 19, 2010
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To Jerry Figg....MCB 8 has its own web site. Just type the infor on search and it should come up. Or, e-mail me and I'll give you the web address. For some reason, I cannot type in the web address on this message board and have success in getting it entereds. I was in the "eightball" during 66 to 68 too.

Added: February 18, 2010
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My father, Robert Gemmill, was a WWII Seabee 142nd Batt stationed in Maui and Samar, Philippines. He passed away in 1978.

His Seabee souvenir was a solid glass kidney stone developed from running the rock crusher and breathing in sand and coral dust. They found it in 1963 during an X-ray. The doctors said thay had never seen one before and did the chemical analysis to verify the make-up.

I also was in the Navy, but I was a spook.

Thanks for the great site.


Added: February 17, 2010
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Hi To All Seabee's
NMCB-40, 80-82
PWD Keflavick Iceland 82-84
CBU-419 Orlando FL 84-87
MNCB-74 87-90
CBU-419 Orlando FL 90-93
ROICC Puerto Rico 93-94


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I would be glad to hear from friends from MCB 8 years from 66 67 68

Added: February 16, 2010
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A wonderful friend, and great husband, father and grandfather, Fred Tinkler went home to the Lord on February 13, 2010.
Fred was a WW II Seabee, and a proud member of S.V.A. and served as Chaplin of Island X-5 in Lancaster, PA.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in his name may be made to the Seabee Memorial Scholarship Association, P.O. Box 667, Gulfport, MS 39502 or Calvary Church Missionary Fund, 1051 Landis Valley Road, Lancaster, PA 17601.


Added: February 16, 2010
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USN MCB NINE DaNang Vietnam Camp Adiner 1965 - 1967

Added: February 15, 2010
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