Submitted by Name: Caren Sullivan Russell From: Alexandria, Virginia/Birmingham,AL E-mail: CSRus254@aol.com
Comments: My father, John M. Sullivan was a Seabee during WWII. He was in Guam during 1945. He was very proud of his service and instilled in me and my sibling a deep sense of pride in our country.ABCDE
Comments: bu school sept 58 -nov 58 nmcb 3 jan 59 oct 62 discharged at porthueneme . went into res mar 77 rnmcb 18. rnmcb 26 june 83 june 86 peoria il. ret.mcb 18 finley got BUC in 90 ret. jan 98 I love My SEA BEESABCD
Comments: A new book, Just Do It, Crazy of Not, published by Manzano Alley Press recounts the life story of Chief Irvin Hornkohl. As a Seabee he served two tours in Vietnam with NMCB 62 and 6201. He was also a resident Seabee at American embassies in Prague and Cambodia. Readers relive his life of adventures, beginning with growing up during the Depression, surviving the attack at Pearl Harbor, serving on 11 wartime submarine patrols during WWII, and finishing his 30 year Navy career as a Seabee. Visit the Manzano Alley Press website to learn more about the unforgettable Irvin Hornkohl.