Comments: Just saying hello to all former SeaBees, I was in during the WW2c era, saw duty in the Pacific, Made Chief in New Guinea, Now I am Commander of Island X-10 in Port Ste Lucie Fl. Meets every 4th Saturday at Norris Rest. in Port Ste Lucie, fl.
COME AND SEE US SOMETIME, WE'D LOVE TO SEE YOU. GOOD LUCK SEABEES (Can Do )
Comments: I am writing this for my husband, Warren Wolf. Warren was attached to NMCB5 - Port Hueneme, November, 1969. He was deployed to DaNang, RVN 26 March 1970. Moved to Bien Hoe mid deployment. He returned to Port Hueneme early October, 1970. He is looking for anyone who served with MCB5 during that time. Please contact me.
Admin reply: NMCB5 Assn will be viewable at www.NMCB5.org
Comments: I am looking for a Seabee that was stationed on Adak, Alaska around 1967-69. His name is Harold Kenneth Adams. His nickname was Red (yes, he had red hair). After that he was sent to Viet Nam. I last spoke with him when I lived in California 1971-72. He sent me a picture. I would love to hear from him again. He may also go by Hank. His home was in California around Leggitt. The last time I spoke with him he was living in Weott. If anyone knows this person please have him email me or call me at 360-271-0471. Thank you for your service to our country and your help.
Added: March 9, 2009
Submitted by Name: Dennis Ruocco From: New York via North Carolina E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: Happy Birthday Seabee's. Hope all is well. Had a great time at the Hampton VEA East Coast Reunion, glad to see all my 133 buds. Bee Sea'n Ya
Comments: I am a retired Senior Chief and I discovered a product developed and patented by a local company that can make a CB's job and anyone in the large equipment/earth moving business much easier. We are trying to introduce the product to the Military and can use your advice on how to find the best way to do it.
These modular belt systems will operate in ANY environment, are interchangeable from wheel to belt for different terrains and can make a huge different for our sailors and troops in Afghanistan and other rough areas.
Check the website and let me know if there are any fellow chiefs out there that have some advice. Thanks.