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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.


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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

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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.


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USN MCB NINE DaNang Vietnam Camp Adiner 1965 - 1967

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Hope someone can assist from this organisation,

My grandfather past some years back and I have discovered a "seabees" box that he had obviously accepted as a memento from someone he was close too during WW2. There are the several names on the inside with CBMU-552 listed at the bottom of the names. I am located in Australia and would like to make sure the box is returned to its family in America? Hope someone can put me in contact with the right people as the embassy did not help at all.

contact by email.


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MARSHALL BIDDLE


Marshall R. Biddle

Age 92 went to be with his Lord on February 8, 2010.

A WWII Navy Sea Bee veteran and later retiring from The DuPont, Newport, DE plant after 40 years of service.

Survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Mary B; son Marshall; daughters, Susan Bell, Sandy McCutcheon and Sudeep Biddle and families. Visitation, February 13, 2010 from 11-2pm followed by services at 2pm at Coral Ridge Funeral Home, Cape Coral, FL.


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We love this website. It has been very helpful for our members. Also, our members tell us that our website is the best place for veterans to find information about compensation, pension and benefits for veterans. We have been told that VSOs now recommend that veterans visit our website first before filing a claim. Veterans learn about the process, who to see, where to go, and how to maximize their disability claims. Visit today!

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Greetings from the left coast. I am a retired EACS(SCW) with the USNR. My last command was with NMCB-18, in Ft. Lewis Washington. I just found this site and just wanted to say Howdy to all my fellow Seabee Chiefs.

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3rd Annual East Coast ALL SEABEE Reunion

IS ONLY A FEW WEEKS AWAY

Feb. 26 – 28, 2010, Hampton, VA
contact: Bruce MacDougall
804-921-4753

Featuring: Guest Speakers - Live Entertainment – Raffles – Vendors & more

With Battalion and Unit Meetings for:

ACB- 1, NMCB’s 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 23, 62, 74, 121, 128, 133, NSA- DaNang & dets,
CBMU – 301 / 302, 3rd NCB + 30th, 31st & 32nd NCR, PWD Edzell Scotland

For Reunion Registration Forms and more information, visit our website


The Vietnam Era Seabees, Inc is a 501-c-19 not-for–profit organization in support of our Seabee Community


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