Comments: I was looking to find 100th and 52nd Navy Construction Battalion WW2 Patches either original or reproduction. Even a picture of these would help.
Added: August 30, 2010
Submitted by Name: Ronald Jennings From: Shady Valley, Tn E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: Looking for Dallas McGee of Gulfport, MS and Pappy Hampton CM1..... Talked to Dallas before katrina... Hope he and his wife is OK... I am a Retired CM1 1973 - 1993.. NMCB -1, NMCB - 133, ACB 2, NSWG-2, CBU - 412 and Holy Loch Scotland..
Comments: Would anyone happen to have information On Elvin Raymond Reth I'm told by my father that he was one of the first fighting Seabees. He was nickname Pappy. As my grandfather passed before I was born is would be great to have some information on his life. Anything would be apprecated. Thank You.
Comments: My father Albert J. Chomor served during WWII in the 5th special unit. He passed away on his birthday May9,2000. During his last years he spent alot of time reminiscing about his experiences during the war. Some of his friends were Wilbur Broom, Villa Rica Georgia, (Deceased) E.B. Johnson Alabama (?) Clarence Catron Bourbainaise, Ill (Still living). These men served on Guam, Truk, Solomon Islands and quite a few more from 1941 to 1945. If there are any more of you out there I would love to hear from you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comments: 60to64. 3 deployments to that sewer Gitmo with mobs 8,6,and 7. Was with WO Casey Stengle ,a Seabees' Seabee, in Det. Mike. I wonder if there are any like him around any more? You guys that spent time in Gitmo, don't you think thats the best place for a prison? I say put them all down there and get rid of the air condition.
Comments: My dad was in the Seabees from 1965 till he retired. I know he was in Vietnam.as a child I spent some time with him in Gulfport Mississippi. (Earley 70's) His name was Donald Eugene Smith. I have his dog tags. Anyone know where I can find any info on my Dad ?
Comments: Hi, I was wondering if anyone out there knew my dad. His name was Bob Ashley, and he was a SeaBee from around 1961 to 1965. I was actually born in the USNCBC Station Hospital in Port Hueneme, (Ventura) California. I know he was stationed at Okinawa at some point of his service. Unfortunately, my dad died when he was 37. I was only 16, and I didn't get to ever talk with him about his military service. I would be honored to receive any information from anyone who might have known him or served with him.