Comments: I'm looking for anyone that served with my father, Marvin (Tojo) Morgan. He was MCB 62 in 1966-1969. Served two tours in country in Phu Bai and Danang. He's alive and well. Would just like to reunite him with some "old" friends. He went to the reunion a couple years ago, but I'm sure there is a lot of people that didnt make them.
Comments: My Brother Timothy M. Lydon EO2, MCB 8 67-69 died peacefully last night at his home surrounded by his family. He fought a brave battle with Cancer for 14 months. He was a good kind man and will be missed by all that were fortunate to know him. God Bless his soul.
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Comments: Enisted 7/67. Boot @ Great Lakes, CO351. SW A school Port Hueneme 67/68. Deployed with MCB7 to Camp Barnes @ Dong Ha and to Camp Shields @ Chu Lai from 68-70. Was in Delta Co. Anyone remember.
Comments: I just wanted to get in touch with anyone who knew my husband Brian Dunn proud seabee -He passed away 11-28-11 with a smile on his face He went to diego garcia where the donkey drank them under the table
Comments: My name is Scott Holloway. I am writing a book about the Seabees, and I need to verify Seabee participation in a project at the Nevada Test Site in 1951. There is very little documentation on this. I wold also like to speak with any members of Seabee reserve units in the 1950's, and members of the DRTD at Pt. Hueneme. Thank you.