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i was in nam jan 69. eo2 was at market time cam bay danang hell was all over that country looking for kenny bush,peter hasbert, steve can't remember his name was in a navcat unit wanting to hear from buddie over there

Admin reply: Thomas is also looking for anyone from CBMU 128 assigned to NavCat 16 ~ 69-71 in Nam


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Annual Navy Seabee Memorial Service at Arlington

On Saturday morning March 13, 2010 a memorial service will be held at 11:00 am at the Navy Seabee Memorial at the entrance to Arlington Cemetery.
For those staying at the hotel, the Metro is a very convenient way to travel to the Cemetery. The Arlington Cemetery stop is about 100 yards from the memorial. Everyone is invited to attend.
This is the annual Memorial Service, wreath laying and comments by those in attendance to the gathered Seabees and Visitors. I would appreciate this information going out to as many people as possible, and in particular those that may be able to attend from the Washington, DC area.
I have sent notices out to all SVA District Commanders, and The NSVA.org web site has a blog to be utilized by our Brothers and Sisters.

Thanks for all who are able to help get the word out.

Jerry Landcastle
SVA North West District Commander

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OR GO BACK TO HOMEPAGE AND CLICK THE TAB ON TOP Navy SVA on Facebook


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Downloaded this off of Together we serve.

Construction Mechanic (CM). Posted - 14 hours ago

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Needed for company that has rental equipment supporting oil and mine operations throughout Russia, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia is seeking

Construction Mechanic to manage train workers to repair and maintain heavy construction and automotive equipment including, buses, dump trucks, bulldozers, rollers, cranes, backhoes, pile drivers, and vehicles as well as prepare detailed maintenance records and cost control data and acquire parts.



The duties include:

Supervising and training diagnosing and troubleshooting equipment failures;

Supervising and training workers to repair and maintain diesel and gasoline engines;

Oversight of adjusting and repairing ignition, fuel, electrical, hydraulic and steering systems;

maintaining and repairing chassis, frames and bodies;

working with hoisting and jacking equipment, power tools, measuring instruments, gauges and meters;

lubricating equipment;

maintaining and repairing tires, batteries, brakes and valves;

performing shop management functions such as maintenance scheduling and spare parts inventory control;

making estimates of material, labor, and equipment requirements

Learning Russian translator and training will be provided


If you have what it takes to run a large fleet send your resumes to malcolmjacobs@hotmail.com


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A retired Foreign Service Officer who has served with Seabees while wprking with the U.S. Department of State in Embassies overseas is requesting assistance from Seabees in the Miami, Florida area. Her name is Dona Dailey and she is the Director of Child Enrichment at the Easter Seals Center in South Florida. Their current building is aging and she needs to talk to someone with skills to tell the staff there what must be done and how to do it most economically. If you can assist Dona, please contact her at 305-547-4716.

Thank you,

Carl Barrett, NSVA Nat'l. Vice Cmdr. at Large.


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service mcb 7 60 to 62 rossie rd. gitmo camp lejune and back to rossie rd pub work would like to here any body service in that time period

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Checking back: new Email address freddiemackjenness@comcast.net. Still looking for MCB-3 Seabees, 1968-1970, and Seabee Team 0312 Members. Fred.

Added: January 11, 2010
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3rd Annual East Coast ALL SEABEE Reunion
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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NAVY SEABEE VETERANS OF AMERICA NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MID-YEAR MEETING 2010

CHECK OUT THE NSVA FACEBOOK PAGE: Navy Seabee Veterans of America

Log onto www.Facebook.com and type in Navy Seabee Veterans of America in the search box.


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Looking for Seabees on Midway Island 1964-1966 and NAS Lemoore 1963-1964

Added: January 9, 2010
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I AM TRYING TO FIND ANYONE WHO WAS AT NCS FINEGAYAN, GUAM
FROM 1952-54. I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT CB-DET. CBMU?
WAS THERE AT THESE DATES.

NAMES I REMEMBER WERE, BOB PIKE, AND JOE MOORE.
THERE WAS AN INCIDENT WHERE A JAPANESE HOLD OUT SURRENDERED TO THE BASE SCHOOL BUS DRIVER.

I WAS ON THAT BUS AS AN DEPENDANT SITTING IN THE FRONT SEAT
WITH MY TWIN BROTHER WHEN THAT HAPPEND.

ANYONE REMEMBERING THAT INCIDENT, OR KNOWS WHAT CB UNIT
UNIT TOOK CARE OF THE BASE PLEASE CONTACT ME ASAP.

YOUR SHIPMATE.
ROY STRIEGEL 1-714-633-2740
HMC USN RET.
ACB1, NMCB-16, ABFC-204


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My father, Joseph Fallon, from Philadelphia, PA was a Seebee during WWII in the pacific. He never spoke of hisparticipation in the war even though he took us to every war movie ever made and made sure that we had a knowledge of the WWII historical period.

He was proud to serve but never discussed it with his children.
My dad passed away in 1973.

As I become older, I realize how much I want to know something about his service so that I can pass it on to my children.


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