Comments: hi guys wishing every seabee a great new year and a safe one ,was with mcb-62 before the battalion got commisioned two tour to nam with delta co. had a great time and learned a lot have been in contact with a few from are batt. over the years and seen some also trying to decide wheather to go to the reuion in va. or not ; hope to see ya there if i do later jim;
Comments: I'd like to wish all of you fellow Seabees a Happy and prosperous New Year. Unfortunately for me the New Year has started off with some sad news. My Uncle James Watts aka "Speedy" who was a Seabee during WWII passed away on January 4, 2009. He was a devoted son, husband, father and friend to many. I don't have any information as to where he served during WWII other than it was in the Pacific. His "stories" led me to enlist in 1979 and I must say, I had fun for 21 years. Thanks Speedy, it was a great ride.
Added: January 4, 2009
Submitted by Name: Eugene "SKI" Mrozowski From: Sebring,Fl E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: The new museum at Port Hueneme,CA really looks great. I'm very proud to have served with all the Men of MCB3 , Charlie Co along with the 31st NCR which I believe is now decommisioned. Served with MCB3 from 1966 to 1969. Anyone who might remember me is welcome to contact me.
Comments: Served with MCB10 late 1961 /1962 Okinawa/Thailand Det. ZULU. Base Unit Adak late 62/63 returned 10 late 63/64 Midway. Came home for discharge July 1964 Looking for anyone from that time frame. I was a heavy equipment operator. Most of time on a dozer or in a crane--mobile or crawler. I can be reached at: email@example.com
Comments: On this date in 1947 the Seabee Reserves were established. Happy birthday to a great bunch that have served this nation proudly and with many honors. To all servicemen and servicewomen, Happy New Year and thank you for serving. May God continue to bless you and I pray He will keep you safe. God bless America!
Comments: I found this website and couldn't wait to sign in. I was with MCB 121 in 1967 and 1968 and I would love to hear from any of the ones who served with me, especially in A Company. I was a heavy mechanic and was based out of Gulfport, Mississippi. I went to A school in Davisville. I had a great time in the Seabees and I am so proud of everyting they have done.
Comments: Just checked out the site. Great. Life member of the SVA from Island X-4, Peoria, Il. Joined Seabee Reserves in 1954. Served active duty with NMCB4 from 1955-1957 in Argentia, Newfoundland and Eleuthera, Bahamas. Hello to Mel Ramige and the guys in Illinois. Happy New Year. Also curious if anyone knew a second cousin of mine that was a Seabee in the Pacific during WWll. I believe he was a Driver, George Carpenter from the Toledo, Ohio area. He was the inspiration for me to join the Seabees. NMCB4 was based out of Davisville when I was on active duty. I've attended a few reunions some years ago. Like to hear from some of the 55-57 veterans of NMCB4. I presently live within 15 minutes of Port Hueneme. Ironic, never statione there.
Comments: I am looking for information about William Charles Green who served in the Seabees's in World War II. He was from California, had a wife name Blanch and a son named Billy. Is there anyone out there who can tell me about this man. He is my children's great-uncle.
Comments: I am writing about Leif Hansen who was with the 115th Seabees for over 20 years. He is Norwegian born and joined the US Navy in 1943. He served aboard the USS Kearsarge in the Pacific. He remembers being in Subic Bay. Leif retired as a First Class Petty Officer. Leif celebrated his 99th birthday on 28 Dec 2008. I would like to be able to submit his name to the Ship's Crew list but he doesn't remember exactly what years he was on the Kearsarge. Can anyone help me?