Comments: Just giving a shout out Hello, served with NMCB 40 (83-84) BUCN, deployed to Guam. Looking to join, didn't know about this site. My father was a builder chief petty officer, followed in his footsteps, glad I did.
Comments: LIKE TO TALK TO ANYONE WHO WAS "PLANK OWNERS" ALONG WI THITH ME BACK IN '51--54 WHEN M C B 8 WAS FORMED IN DAVISVILLE--REMEMBER WE LIVED ON THAT OLD A P L WITH THE BUNKS 4 MAN STACK--WE BUILT GITMO--I AM WRITING THIS TO CLAIM THE LAST MAN STANDING MONEY WE PUT UP-SO FAR LOOKS LIKE IT'S ME AS NO ONE HAS SHOWN UP--HOPE I GOT A TAKER-- BUT YOU HAVE TO SHOW UP TO WIN--FORREST EADY SW/2 MCB 8 KOREA EDITION--
Comments: I have not been able to find any information on my Uncle. He went by Perley Joseph or Joseph Perley as the Navy had put it both ways in the paperwork. This was his comment. I would like to be able to give the family a gift as my Uncle never told them he was a seabee. He was embarrassed because he wanted in the Navy proper but he had 2 kids and was too old by their standards. This was told to me by my father who was in the Army Air Corp at that time. I hope you can help me. Thank you Helen
Comments: Went through 35 pages and did not recognize anyone. I was SWF-2 Stationed at Quang Tri and ChuLai 1969 and 1970 with CBMU 301 and MCB 58. Spent my last year with CBU 403 in Annapolis, MD and am a plankholder with that unit.
Would be interested in any "where are you today" information. I am retired and living on an island in Dalmatia, Croatia. Bought an old stone house and used a lot of what I learned in the Bees to bring it up to date.