Submitted by Name: ricky wayne scrimshire(scrimpy)usnmcb10 . From: porterville,ca. E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: looking for paul joseph bombard of nassau,new york. chews his food 50 times,where are you my friend,hope you are well.hello to all my brothers and sisters all over the globe,be well,best wishes to all.seabees can do!
Comments: Looking for Engineering Aides who served in NMCB 62 during 66-67 Phu Bai and 68 Danang tours. Richard "Dickie" Weber – Ohio, W.T. (Bill) Kinney - Oxnard, CA, Willard Howe, E.D. Taylor, David L. Stelly – locations unknown. For an "EA" Reunion. Hope you are all well, your brothers miss you!
Comments: I was trained to become a Heavy Equipment Operator at Camp in Palau under CAT 13314 in the early 80's. Does anyone knows where can I obtain a copy of my HEO apprentice certificate? Please advice... Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to all.... Sea Bees Can Do !
Comments: On November 20, 1943, about two-thirds of the (18th Seabee battalion (3/18 Marines) were deployed to Tarawa during that campaign with the Second Marine Division; In one of the toughest and most costly operations in Marine Corps history. In the ensuing five days following their arrival, the men of the 18th battalion went ashore with the Marines-almost a third of the battalion participated in the savage fighting. Many of the men were wounded as the battalion repaired the Japanese Airfield under enemy fire in the first 30 hours of the invasion. In spite of lack of equipment and sniper fire. Men actually present at Tarawa were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation as part of 18th Marines.