Comments: I am looking for anyone who may have pictures of my father, Cecil J. "Pud" Fisher who was with 63rd Seabees in the Pacific theater. My father recently passed away and I am looking for any information or pictures of him.
Comments: I am looking for information about my father Thomas Lee. He shipped out on 1/29/45. He served on the island of Tinian in the South Pacific. He trained in Virginia,Rhode Island and 99 Palms ? California. His unit was CBMU 616. I am compiling a family history and would appreciate any information anyone can provide.
Comments: I ran across this web sight by accident, and I truly love it. My husband was a seabee for 20yrs. He was a PROUD one too, as I think they all should be. If not for the seabees, how would the troops get ANYwhere. If anyone out there ever served with him, Bruce V. DeWees, ret.cpo, I would love to hear from you. Anyone out there that served in deep freeze '64,Mcmurdo bay, antartica, let me hear from you. I can be reached at email@example.com. Thank you all, and God Bless.
Admin reply: By the by, I am not a former seabee, my husband was. But I still loved the sight. Thanks for getting back to me so soon.
Comments: Couldn't wait to get out but can't forget the good & bad times it was a great experience. Looking for Clark Van Etten or Ron Dunn I was in MCB 1 68/71 Viet Nam & PR.Boot camp Co. 101 in Gulf Port. My uncle Bert Legg was also in MCB 62 66/72
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Comments: I am looking for information on a friend's father , Erich J. Luehrs, who served in MCB-5 from 1955-57.He was a German citizen who enlisted in the US Navy. I am pretty sure he was a BU. Any information will be greatly appreciated. It is very important to my friend. I am a Seabee veteren myself. MCB-11 1962-64. Marvin Shields was my automatic weapons man in my fire team in Guam, 1963.