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Paul MN Date: November 03, 2010 comment: SK3 served with MCB 10 from 73 to decommissioning in 76. Done a few other things as well just like everybody else did. I have his battalion yearbook, some certificates he received for crossing the equator and the 180th Meridian on the ship the M. I can send copies of the photos I have if anyone would like. If you have any info or know where I can find some please send me any leads. I was with NMCB11 when we had the big blast in 1966 name: Bill Vacanti email: wl_vacanti at location: STP 94-95 Date: June 14, 2010 comment: I worked the STP plant 94-95 along with Many Sea Bees, what great young men always there to help out and learn what is going on. Class Blue, we had a little band and played at the VFW. Like to find Dean Garmoe, Carl Merril, Nick Guliani and any other survivors of Delta and Charlie Co's.

got out but went into Army in 85 and retired in 2001. COM location: Goose Creek S Carolina PO BOX 2171 Date: October 30, 2010 comment: Served in Nam from 1967 thru 1969 with MCB 128. Would like to have contact with old buddies or anything related to that time period. BU1 Kaden left me and two others to find our way back from Monkey Mt. Another good group is "Vietnam Era Seabees", name: Richard p. name: Tim Shalk email: timshalk at location: Pleasanton, CA Date: August 09, 2010 comment: Hi there..... Thanks again, Michael Binney name: Carol Nunes email: gmamadog at location: cape cod mass Date: June 24, 2010 comment: my brother, Dave Nnunes, was nmcb5 from 1978-1981. i am looking for anyone who served with him during those years. name: Victor Buchanan email: vbuchan1 at location: Kansas City MO Date: June 19, 2010 comment: served from 81to87. CAN DO name: Michelle Dancho email: shelly_ray70 at location: Pittsburgh, pa Date: June 02, 2010 comment: My grandfather was a Seabee in WWII, he was in Guam.

NOTE from Sheldon, [email protected] you make contact with old friends, shipmates, or whomever maybe you could drop us an e-mail telling us about it. I was also one of the original plank owners of the re-commissioning of MCB 74.

My cousin was in the Seabees and I recall seeing him at Little Creek, VA, at the Amphibious Warfare Training Facility in approximately 1963 or 1964, during the summer, probably June or July. I promised my grandmother that before she died I would get him a shadowbox made and pass it on, I failed to do so, but I am still going to finish what I promised her.I know it wasn't 1962 because I was in Viegues, PR that year. Agent Orange, problems with the Heart over the past few years. I am also looking for the Green in Color book from Dangha 1967-1968E Or if someone could point me in the right direction name: Michael Dumontemail: mdumont at somersworth.comlocation: Somersworth NH Date: March 01, 2011comment: I served with NMCB-74 from 1979 to 1981.