Comments: Would like to take this time to wish all the military, veterans, active duty, reserves and especially my Seabees, a very Merry Christmas, and the happiest of New Years. May God enrich your lives and pour His many blessings over you and yours
Comments: I served in rhod island for a school in 71 then on to morroco sidi yahia for ayear anda half then on to nmcb71 and went to the south pole then on to bermuda a finshed out in 75 then spent a few years in reserves I have been a liifelong electrician.
Comments: My father, Joe Espy was a second class carpenter's mate in the 29th on Tinian, I was looking for the archive movies, or pictures from there ? thanks dave espy
Added: December 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Gary Jufer From: Vancouver, Washington E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: I was a Steelworker 2nd class attatched to NMCB 40 between 1978-1981. I was deployed to Roosevelt Roads, Puert Rico 1978-1979 at camp Moscrip, and deployed to Diego Garcia 1979-1980 and was attatched to Senior Chief Henson, and Chief Dorells pipeline welding crew
Comments: EA, Great Lakes basic late'67, EA A school Port Hueneme mid '68, SERE training Little Creek, NSA DaNang Contracts division downtown DaNang late '68 early '69, NSA DaNang Facilities division China Beach till Sept '69, also part time night bar tender at 95th Evac Hospital O Club, 31st NCR Port Hueneme EA expeditor late '69 till discharge in mid '71. Living in Phoenix since.
Comments: I just received this email. Don Hair is not in our NMCB 62 database, but the time frame is our 1st Deployment: Dec 66 to Aug 67 to Hue-Phu Bai. If anyone know anything about Don Hair, send me an email at email@example.com. It would be nice to get his lighter back to him. Here is the email:
Hi, I'm a Vietnam vet, Navy Corpsman, 1967. I found a cigarette lighter along a road in Phu Bai around September/October 1967. It has the inscription Don Hair, Seabees, M-C-B-62.
I still have this lighter and would like to find Don Hair to return it to him.