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From boot camp to MCB1, Davisville, EO "A" school and first tour "66" at Red beach, DaNang. Worked clearing overburden at "Happy Valley"
Quarry site with a EO from MCB7. Returned D'ville for winter. Trained with Team 0102, Second tour 67 Red Beach, DaNang. Ran crane, setup steel buildings accross from Red Beach. Hit with some small arms fire after rocket attack on Air Port. Delayed party back to D'ville EOH2 and discharge.
Signed on few years ago. Post probably deleted with spam. Found a few more MCB1 friends , still looking for more! Please contact me, miss alot of my old buddies. I've been trying to make a reunion.
One of my younger sons just joined Navy. He's a Nuk, Submariner stationed in Groton. He,s MM2 already and younger brother next.
This site is great! I stop in all the time. You have done alot of work.
God bless my old brothers in the Bees, and our younger brothers overseas now. From what I read they are carrying on with same "Can Do" spirite. "Once a Bee always a Bee"


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Fleet sailor who served with MCB 74 from 1968 til 1970, 1st tour in Vietnam, 69-70, Quang Tri and DaNang.

Retired Air Force Captain in '89. Second tour in Vietnam at DaNang, during Easter Offensive of '72, SSgt.


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My service in the Navy (121 Seabees) was short .I joined in 1946 for two years.I didn't ship over, so I was discharged in 22 montths. In that short time I trained in Peary Va then to Treasure Island and to Port Hueneme for teck. back to Treasure Island and Ship to Guam and flight to Siapan,MI. and reversed back to WV. Had it been necessary to invade Japan ,I would have been front line. Fast tour. I am still Navy and Seabee,

Joe Kieffer


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CM2(SCW) 96-07 NMCB 5 97-02; 31st SRG 02-04; CBMU 04-05; NMCB23 05-07; Now a member of island X-5 in Lancaster Pa.

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looking for anybody who served in cbu-411 from 89-92 and also served in fleet hospital 5 during the gulf war.

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Does anyone remember a Seabee named Patrick Tinney He also went by the name Skip. I think he was at the South Pole around October 1969 but I don't know how long he was there.

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2 4 2010 Hi to all seabee and not the one in taxas. i recived to e mails from seabee joseph s mihina from arlington heihhts ill chicago the sad part he pass away Aug,19 2009 he was 91 he did a lot after he got out. the other wasRobertStevens he served as a seabee aboard the ussAllagan going to OKINAWA 8/8/44 after he was in th106st if yo know this man e mail him he like to hear from you Seabee joe

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I am looking to connect with some old seabees from Pearl Harbor HI from 82-84 CBU413 Mark Macarthur or Dave Barber or Frank Dyer.

Added: February 3, 2010
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2/2/2010 im looking for any SCHEDUIED REUNIONS comeing up this year From 146 cont.batt. OKINAWA 1945 i like to go to one seabee always Im in seabase in R.I. oh yes if any one knows DOLLIE L PEPPERS from las vegas,Nv her husband was our cook at 146 seabees at whate beach, i need your HELP JOE He pass a way 2 years ago help

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Anybody who served on the USS Tanner AGS 15 in 1951 - 1953?

Added: February 2, 2010
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