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Happy Easter to all. Started in Co.53 in Davisville 1967. Transfered to MCB One in 1968. Two tours, Danang on first and Phu Bai on second. Anyone remember Operation SeaFloat/Solid Anchor. MCB One, Spruce Golf Detatchment started project and another Battalion completed it. Was a mile away from the southern tip of Viet Nam. Talk about the boonies. I'll never forget that place and never forget the faces of the guys who were there with me. Proud to be attached to such a fine and outstanding group of men.

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MCB 4 1966 - 1968

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boot camp to CE"A"school in "57",retired as a CEC in "77", major stroke in "90",don't remember many names,anyone who remembers me,I would be proud to hear from you.
The Seabees were the best 20 years of my life.


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looking for former bees during the 50-54 era. was in mcb103 guam early 52,company D electric shop. went to fort monmouth army signal corps school for telephone maint. then to kwaj public works and worked in the telephone gang during 1953. we cut the telephone system over from an operator system to a step by step dial system. left kwaj middle of 54 for port hueneme then discharged in sept.54. anyone out there remember. would be great to hear from you.

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My Father-In- Law Sam Calucci served in the Seebees as a lead in the Phillipines and was in charge of construction projects - his lifes work. He served in' 44, '45 and part of '46 - he came home and served as a Navy Police Man (SP) out of Glenview Illinois before his tore was up.

Sam talks proudly of his shipmates and those who wrkrd with him. Sam is 89, his wife is 90 and just Celebrated her Birthday in March at Caputo's Restaurant in Gurnee, Illinois a few weeks ago.

He says Hello to all who read this and if any of you remeber serving with him call him at 630-479-1497, he has a cell and lives in Harvard, Illinois.


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This is for anyone that remembers my Dad, Albert T. Lock "JR". Chief Machinist Mate, 34th CB, Mar 1942 thru Apr 1946. He told me numerous stories about Guadalcanal, and Okinawa....

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MCB1AN MCB9 WILL BE HAVING A JOIN SEABEE REUNION IN LAS VEGAS ON OCTOBER 8-12-2009 AT THE EL CORTEZ HOTEL . ALL SEABEES ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND CONTACT PETER DOWD[MCB1] AT 781-837-0393 mcb1reunion@verizon.net OR BOBBY FLECTHER[MCB9] 702-897-6613 ICHIBANSEABEE@AOL.COM

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Anybody out there serve with my father,Anthony Guarino,43,44. I know in 44 he was on Tinia

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My grandpa, George P. Marks Sr. was in the 83rd Construction Battalion in the Philippines during WWII. He passed away in 1968. My father was very proud on my grandpa, and inspired myself and my two brothers to all join the U. S. Navy. We all served with great pride. My father passed away on March 24th, 2009---and we laid him to rest with a SeaBee hat, which was his favorite hat.

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Once a SeaBee, alwyas a SeaBee.

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