Comments: The Texas Maritime Regiment of the Texas State Guard is looking for former CB's interested in climbing back into uniform (we wear civilian version of USMC Desert Digitals) and serving the state. The Texas Forest Service wants to team with us; we would provide EO's and such to help build fire breaks for forest fires and grass fires. The TXSG is not "federalizable" but can be called up to State Active Duty; we are unpaid volunteers except when on SAD (pay then is $121 per day regardless of rank). We operate very similar to the reserves; one drill weekend a month and a short (4 day) annual training stint per year. In return, we have certain benefits such as FREE combo hunting/fishing licenses, FREE concealed handgun licenses (TMAR has CHL instructors; only cost to you will be ammo and maybe a small fee for classroom materials), and certain other bennies. If you are interested, we consider all up to age 60 (overage waivers are available for those in good health with critical skill sets). Contact the gotxsg dot com site and click on the Maritime Regiment link and indicate that you are interested in joining our now forming CB Unit. You may be accessed into the TXSG at your prior Federal rank plus one up to E7 or O6, as applicable. We look forward to hearing from as many CB Veterans from Texas as possible. CAPT Lee R. Lance, Chief of Staff, Texas Maritime Regiment
Comments: SEE SMUG MUG SEA BEE RVN.CO 4 AFTER ACTION SKETCH ON 1104 HOOVER & SHIELDS KIA .
OKINAWA CAMP KINSER MCB 11 GETS THE REPORT ON ITS SEABEE TEAM 1104,. THE ATTACK, 10 JUNE ,65, A ACCURATE COUNT ON THE 9 BEES AT DONG XOAI S.F. CAMP ARE AS REPORTED ,11 JUNE 65 ,ALL FOUND 2 KIA .& 7 WIA LISTED KIA ARE W.HOOVER SW2 & M.SHIELDS CM3 . KIA TO BE SENT BY AIR TO USA/PENDING ID BY CDR. BARRON C.E.C . SEE SMUG MUG SEA BEE RVN.COM 4 AFTER ACTION SKETCH GO TO SEABEE TEAMS
Our Brother Don Kunz (SVA Life Member) And past, SVA CAN DO Magazine Editor
Passed away yesterday in his hospital bed in St Paul Minnesota @ 3:45pm Don had just underwent two surgeries yesterday The first to install a thing in his arm for dialysis which will heal and be ready to use in 2-8 weeks. The other surgery was to install a catheter in his chest so the Dr.s can do dialysis right away. Don was very sick and they had started him on dialysis yesterday also.
Comments: HELLO SEEBEES I NEED SOME HELP I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT ANY INFORMATION ABOUT MY WIFE DADDY, HE WAS A SEEBEE SERVED IN GUAM FROM 1942 THRU 1945 IN THE 52ND CONSTRUCTION BATTALION HIS RANK WAS SF3/C AND SF2/C. TRYING TO FIND ALL HIS SERVICE MEDALS I KNOW HE HAS SOME. SENT OF FOR SEPARATION PAPERS SHOWS NONE. NEED SOME HELP FROM ANYBODY HOW TO FIND SERVICE MEDALS OR HOW TO GET HIS SEPERATION PAPERS UPDATED. YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org OR CALL ME AT HOME 2253557464 OR MY CELL 2252479853.PLEASE FELLOW SEEBEES HELP. THANKS CHAD