Comments: I was in MCB4 USNR 31 and was in the seabee band. I heard it was disbanded after I got out in 72 but have never heard what happened to any of the guys or what happened to the band. Were they just given a kick in the buttt and said thanks for your service or what?
Comments: Looking for info regarding my father, William Truman Foster, Seabees 1942 to 1946. He was in training at Rhode Island 1942, then to Port Hueneme, Ca, unknown date, and on Saipan in August 1945 when B29s flew from there and dropped the atomic bombs. I can be contacted at the above email address.
Comments: I was in the Seabees and served in Vietnam from 67 - 69. I was in Da Nang, Hue, and Phu Bia, Phulock and LZ Nancy. I do not remember the dates when MCB-9 deployed, came home and re-deployed then was decommissioned and changed to MCB-11. Can anyone help me out with dates please? I need this info for the VA to file a claim. Thanks!
Comments: went to boot camp at San Diego in may of 73 after that went to Port Hueneme for equipment operator and then after graduating i was sent to naval magazine on Guam. i was there from 1973 until 1975 attached to the trans dept and also worked in the carpenter shop. would like to hear from anyone that knew me or was stationed there at that time :D :!cool: :) :D
Comments: I'm looking for any information about my dad, who was a SeaBee in WW11, stationed in the Aleutian Islands, maybe at Attu. His name was Eugene Nathan DeWitt, from the Toledo, Oh area. I worked on F8U Crusaders just prior to Vietnam. Thanks, Warren DeWitt
Comments: Served with RNMCB12 from1/83 to 9/92 decommissioning. Made Chief 9/89 and initiated by Seabees. Enough said.
Added: February 8, 2014
Submitted by Name: Michael L. Karn From: Hagerstown, MD E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: I served in Vietnam with NMCB-12 from September,1968 thru May,1969. We were one of the two reserve battalions recalled to active duty. I was with D Company, "The Delta Demons". Our base was Camp Adenir, Danang. I also woked with detachments at Camp Shiels and Dienban. Hard to believe that it has been over 45 years ago. It was a time I will never forget.