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I served with MCB-3 from June 1960-September 1961. We were const.the Marine Corps Air Facility on Okinawa,I was assigned as a Hospital Corpsman. I went on to retire after 22 years service. Vietnam was my war. I spent time in the Antartica. Retired of the USS Saratoga CV-60. I was a Navy Parachute Jumper. Any one from the 1960-1961 MCB-3 I would appreciate hearing from you. James Phillips HM1(PJ)USN(Ret.)

Added: September 30, 2009
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I was in MCB-3, 1968-1970. Seabee Team 0312 Ben Tre, Ken Hoa, Vietnam - August 1969 to April 1970. Looking for Seabee 0312 Team Members: LTGJ Thomas J. Sedore, EO1 Eldon D. Graves, EU2 Randall M. Hass, Edward D. Pisarski, EO2 Edwyn Dempsey, and UT3 Larry R. Kimble, have been in touch with Team member SW2 Jack C. Beach.

Added: September 29, 2009
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I am working on family genealogy, and my father was in the Navy and was a Seabee, during WWII. I cannot find any info. His name was William Thomas Cruea. I have pictures of a ship, and pictures of him in uniform. I believe at one time he was in the Phillipines. I believe I was told that he lied about his age to enlist. Any info will help. Thank you

Added: September 28, 2009
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Added: September 28, 2009
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just looking for a few names and places that i know. as bob hope once said thanks for the memories they were great talk to you gus later for those of you guys that don;t know me i was on the rock with mcb62 worked heavy shop nites

Added: September 27, 2009
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Looking for any info on the 16th Special from WW2 (a cargo handling battalion) My Dad was a CBM, the CB Museum does not have their cruise book. Anything helps

Added: September 26, 2009
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I was NMCB 1 in Gulfport in 1980-1983, I'd love to find anyone else
that was in with me. I found a couple of buds and one found me.
I love talking about my time in to anyone who was in the SEABEES
or in any other branch. Knowing what I know now I would have went
back in and married my sweetheart and retired after 20 or then some.
Diego garcia wasent much in the early 80s but boy did we have FUN.
Guam was another place was a blast, short time there, I went on
DET DIEGO (hoping to try to save some money) out of Guam.
I'd love to hear from you guys.
CM STEVE SALYER, CM ARTIE LAWSON MR DONALD SANDROC
CM GENE MOORE EO JOHN BINGHAM CM BILL HOLLAND ETC.


Added: September 26, 2009
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just discovered the webb site i served in nmcb 40 in 1983 -1986 also with nmcb21 1989-1993 i'm proud have to served and teach my two sons about the seabees . my oldest boy wants to become a CM want i serve in the navy .
seabee can do


Added: September 26, 2009
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I just discovered this site. I was a fleet sailor from 1966-1972 then got out. I didn't like "haze grey and underway". In 1989 I joined the Seabees as a reservist wanting to serve 2 weeks a year and 1 weekend a month. I was mobilized 3 times for a total of 2.4 years. I loved being a Seabee and retired in 2007 when I returned from a deployment in Iraq with NMCB 18.
God Bless America and the Seabees


Added: September 25, 2009
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I'm looking for any info or persons that served in the 117th at Siapan in WWll. My grandfather was a part of this unit.

Added: September 24, 2009
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