Submitted by Name: peter Assetta From: 1230 east Silverthorn Loop, Hernando , Florida, 34442 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: I was in the Seabees during WW2. I was in the 105th Navel construction Battalion and Served in New Guinea and the Phillipines. I guess there are not many of us left. Would be happy to hear from anyone who was in my unit. God Bless. Peter
Comments: My grandfather Edwin Lozensky served in the Seabees from 1943-1945 and was with the 66th Battalion. I would like to know if anyone knows him so maybe they can talk and share memories. He was at Camp Parks and Camp Shoemaker in California and at the end of the war he was a SP at these two places. Please contact me with any info and pictures. Thank you
Comments: Hi: I served In The Seabees 1973-1974 over in Viet-Nam ( DeNang) as an Explosive Expert and Heavy Equipment Operator.I am Trying to find anyone who remembers me.also served on the U.S.S.-Shenandoah,AD-26 out of Norfolk,Va. Please call 1-607-733-1075. I was injured while serving my country. All military records and medical records seemed to have disappeared by our goverment and will not allow me my Veterans Disability unless someone comes forward who remembers me. Sincerely
Comments: I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION RELATED TO MY LATE FATHER, IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME I WOULD SO GREATLY APPRECIATE IT. HE WAS IN WW2 AND WAS A SEABEE. HE WAS PROUD OF HIS TIME IN THE NAVY. I DO NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT HIS TIME IN, BUT KNOW IT WAS IN THE 1940'S AND HE WAS IN CALIFORNIA, THEN OVERSEAS. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION ABOUT MY DAD I WOULD BE SO HAPPY TO HEAR FROM YOU. I AM HIS LOVING DAUGHTER. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU FOR SERVING OUR BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.
Comments: At high noon today, our leadership changes, peacefully, and we start a new era in our proud history. The new President was elected by the people, the way it should be. He was not my choice, but never-the-less, he will be my President and yours for the next four years. In this role, he will also serve as our Commander-in-Chief. I pray to our God, that He will continue to bless this nation, and that He will instill in each of us,a desire to place our difference aside, and do all we can to ensure that the United States of America remains a strong, free nation, dedicated to ensuring the freedoms of our citizens and helping us to remain a beacon of freedom for all the world to see. Please God, bless this man and this nation.
Comments: I was one of the first 50 female Bee's in 1980. I trained in Gulfport. Because I was a female I never went to a Battalion. I spent 2 yrs active at NavfacPacBch in Washington state. It was origionally a WW11 Army base-now closed completely. I served in PWC Subic Bay for 4 yrs then went to NCHB3 in 1987-1995. Was called to Active duty while on Guam for training in Aug 1990. Did Desert Shield/Storm/Thunder. NCHB stands for Navy Cargo Handling Battalion. Served 19 yrs, dignosed with PTSD and told it was not combat related. Discharged in 2001. I'd do it all over again in a second. Married a Boatswain's Mate Chief who never thought he'd kiss, let alone marry a SEABEE! All have a great day, thanks for being fellow vets. Kelli
Comments: I was in MCB 4 from 1966 to 1969. We are now on our way (1-16-09} to Port Hueneme to see the base. I hear there has been a quite a change since I left in 1969. Of all the luck as we were square dancing the other night in Santa Rosa there was a CB from MCB 2 there. I hope to meet many of our fellow CBs in the near future. If I can help on anything please let me know.