Comments: Nov 30 2008 hey there seabees ww2 and now, im looking for men that was in the 146 cont,batt in 1945 on okinawa i live were the seabees started in 1942, original seabee base. i name was Frencie thats what they call me, any one out there please e mail me hope to hear from you i ret.24 years
Comments: I SERVED WITH MCB 9 B-CO.STEELWORKERS 1965-67.
Added: November 28, 2008
Submitted by Name: Gary Carlson BU3 NMCB3 73-75 From: Wisconsin E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: NMCB3 73-75...hope to find some of my long-ago friends, and never forgotten. Mike Talley (AR) blue 57 2D Chev Belair; Ed Nyberg (KS); Charley Randall (NY) drove your brown plymonth across country; John Stallsberg (Mich) sold you my yellow carmaro, Ron Atkins (Minn) we left Diego Garcia at the same time.
Comments: My father was a seabee he past away in 2004 at 61 leaving alot o unanswered questions for me and his grandchild we want to learn who this man was when he served hs country he was a man of many secrets.If any one knows Clomer Eugene Crowell please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: I wish everyone, everywhere a very Happy Thanksgiving. As we all sit around our tables loaded with all the turkey, ham, taters and the rest of the trimmings, please let us take time to thank our God for the many blessings He has provided. Those blessings include our brave men and women of the armed forces, serving around the world on our behalf, and serving to help secure freedom and peace for all. Thank God we have you. May God keep them in the safety of His loving hands and protect them from harm. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Comments: NMCB 62 now has a website. It's still under construction, but coming along. We also have an Alumni Group. Please check out our website. Don't forget the outstanding All Seabee Reunion in Hampton, VA. NMCB 62 will be holding a mini-reunion there also.