Comments: Three Months in Camp Peary. Three months of nerve wracking hell. I can't say I'm sorry I'm leaving, I'm ready to travel a spell, So I'm packing my sea bag to travel, I'm washing the mud from my face, And I don't give a damn where they send me, As long as it's some other place. We live like a hog in a mud hole, in a 2x4 hut made of tin. They say it's the rain that makes it muddy. But it's only the tide coming in. They can send me out front in the morning, And the axis can turn on the heat, If the only way back is through Peary, Don't worry, I'll NEVER RETREAT!
Comments: I just found this site"love it",Iretired a CEC in(77) I remember,Tom Emry,and Tom Lord, from Adak in "70",anyone from the furniture warehouse, NAAS Chase Field in "67" Gale Gunderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Added: March 17, 2009
Submitted by Name: Teet From: SVA Island X-12 florida NMCB3 Blue Team E-mail: Archives@NMCB3.org
Comments: BILLY HAS NOW GOT THE FOLLOWING ASSN SITES UP AND ON LINE
NMCB 5 Association is now viewable at NMCB5.org
NMCB 12 Association is now viewable at NMCB12.org
NMCB 62 Association is now viewable at NMCB62Alumni.org
Admin reply: For Information regarding the NMCB5 Association Contact Larry & Kathy Beldock at: 810 724-7943
For Information on NMCB12 Association Contact Bill Napert at: BNapert@aol.com or 508 672-2737
For Information on NMCB62 Association Contact Norm Hahn at: email@example.com or 715-834-4780
Comments: Looking for anyone who was in Nam or Gulfport with my father, Don Miller. 1967-69 He was with A Co. as a Mechanic . He woked on Hwy 1, at Phu Loc & Lang Co. I have heard of these guys all of my life : George Geckler (have pictures of you) Larry " Frog" ?, Don Chance, Ralph Paige, Jack Propts, Daniel Gomez ( he told us about the Cobra and all of you about to "S--t" your pants) Forgive me if the spelling is wrong. If anyone has any info on any one of these please send a mail.
Admin reply: Battalion or Unit ID #'s are crucial to finding personnel....
Comments: I am posting this for my father who served in WWII for 1 year and 7 months in the aleutain islands/Attu.(1944-45). He is now 82 years of age and recently became a resident of a independent living faclity in Macedonia, Ohio. Recenlty he has devloped an interest to connect with fellow vets and I am trying to support him in that process.
Admin reply: Battalion or Unit ID #'s are crucial message text for a start to finding personnel....
Comments: Hi, I've just finished a FORD GTB restoration.I can find very little information about there use in WW2 in the Pacific or Burma.I know the See bees had them. Is there anyone out there who can give me any information ? Locations,uses,service details,numbers,.Any comments would be very gratefully received thanks Dave Dodge