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Edward (DOC) Shrum
Joliet Illinois
08/14/2018 06:31:30

Hey Guys I was with NMCB-3 from Feb 1982- Dec1985 and left the Navy as HM2. There were a lot of good times had with the SeaBee´s form Okinawa to Spain and Guam. I was the Alpha company Corpsman for the duration of my stay. Let me know if you remember me.

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Asad
Here
08/11/2018 03:31:57

Hey there

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Allen Gage
Arkansas
07/24/2018 07:31:39

NMCB 133 1974-75. Okinawa and P.I

A company

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Arthur J Slavinski
Fredericksburg, VA (Originally Ohio)
07/19/2018 12:31:44

I served with MNBC3 Port Hueneme, CA from 1971-1972.

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Kevin Arsenault
Massachusetts
05/07/2018 10:31:16

I was in mncb 3 in 1977 to 1979

Looking for some old friends..

 

 

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John Mcfayden
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
04/11/2018 11:30:55

CM3 heavy shop,Joined 3 in Chu Lai May of 66 and was transfered to Midway Island in April of 68 I flew out of Phu Bai the day before Tet 

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Bill Bybee
Omaha, NE
04/01/2018 04:30:38

Is anyone I knew from Chu Lai or Phu Bai going to the DC reunion in Sept.?

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mendez, albert n.
NMCB3 Site Prep (Now in New Mexico)
03/18/2018 08:31:31

Okinawa was good!

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harley morris
dallas tx
03/18/2018 07:31:06

mcb3 Okinawa 1959-1960 Camp Kubasaki by the Sea, Builder 2nd

got about $200. a month. Paid us in $2.00 bills.Ensign Burns was a jerk and a fool.

He said to the Cheif " you need to weld those wheels on the blade they wobble ´, what more would you want to know?

Harley

 

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RICHARD CZAHOR
THREE BRIDGES, NJ
03/16/2018 01:31:50

SERVED IN CHU LAI IN 1966 - EA3. GREAT FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM!

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Stephen Paul Green
Sacramento California
03/05/2018 02:31:51

I am still trying to locate Patrick Scott who I served with in MCB-3 at Phu Bai in 1967. Wish we could insert photos here.

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Stephen Paul Green
Sacramento Ca.
01/27/2018 10:31:08

Sitting here with memories . 4 days from now it will be the 50th anniversary of TET 68. At this time MCB-3 was preparing for MCB-8 to relieve us. Some flights may have already left. I had volunteered to stay and transfer over to MCB-8 , nothing back in the states waiting for me. I changed my mind on Feb. 1st when Richard Blevins was KIA and stayed with MCB-3. Richard made number 8 of our brothers lost during that deployment to Phu Bai , with 39 Purple Hearts earned. Next month is a mile stone for me , I turn 70 years old. Many times I thought I would not live to see tomorrow , but here I am. I was only 19 while at Phu Bai. 50 years ago and some of those memories seem like yesterday. Well enough of my rant , But on the 31st remember our brothers that didn´t get to come home with us !!!  I am on Face Book --- Love Steve !

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William S. Walker
Portland, Oregon
01/13/2018 02:31:30

Joined the Navy Reserves 1962 in Portland, Oregon  Went active August, 1962.

Boot Camp San Diego Training Center, CA (which I´ve heard is now a shopping mall)

Assigned to MCB 3 in Port Hueneme, CA

Served with MCB 3 in Okinawa & Thailand

Separated as a PNC3

Honorable Discharge October, 1967

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Russ Carter
Gill, MA
01/07/2018 05:31:45

Sam was born on May 11, 1944 and passed away on Tuesday, December 5, 1995.

Sam was a resident of Placerville, California.

Do you know something about Sam´s life? You can enhance Sam E. Hadden, Jr.´s memory by upgrading Sam´s public record with words and pictures, signing Sam´s memory book, recording an audio memory or lighting a candle.


The information in this obituary is based on data from the US Government´s Social Security Death Index. No further information is available. More details on this data source are provided in our Frequently Asked Questions section.

 

This is a copy from www.tributes.com.

 

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Russ Carter SWF 2
Gill, MA
01/07/2018 04:31:43

Copied from tributes.com

Search: Sam Hadden Jr

State : CA

Date range :1980 to 2000

Will return 2 results one for Sam E Jr and one for Sam E Sr

City Placerville, CA

Sam Jr Born May 11, 1944 Died December 5, 1995

No cause of death given. 

Dennis if you need more info email me.

rcarter01@verizon.net

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Dennis Strecker
MCB3 VRA
01/07/2018 01:31:35

To all MCB 3 Vietnam Veterans, I am compiling a list of Purple Heart recipients from our 5 Vietnam deployments for our MCB3 Vietnam Reunion Association.

If any of you are PH recipients please let me know via my email.

seabee6568@gmail.com 

I need your full name, rate, and deployment of incident (DaNang 65, ChuLai 66, PhuBai 67-68, DaNang 68-69, DaNang 70-71) and date of incident.

Thank you for your help.

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Dennis Strecker
Stevens Point, WI
01/02/2018 03:31:45

Russ Carter, we keep a listing of information about our brothers who has passed on if you have any additional information on Sam E Hadden Jr or the obituary please post it so he can be added to our list of brothers.

Thanks You.

Dennis Strecker

MCB 3 SW 2 Bravo Co 65-68

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Russ Carter
Gill, MA
12/19/2017 09:31:31

I´ve been searching for Sam E Hadden (alpha and bravo companies 63 to 67) for several years. Recently I found an obituary for him on tributes.com.He passed away on December 5, 1995. I am sorry we were unable to contact each other after 1971. Rest in peace Sam you were able to help me regain some equilibrium after our last conversation. 

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Harold Schrage
Valley Glen, CA
12/15/2017 04:31:56

PLEASE DO NOT POST ADS HERE. THEY WILL BE REMOVED AS SOON AS THEY ARE NOTICED.

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Ken Bingham
Ventura Ca
12/13/2017 06:31:01

Hey MCB-3, thanks for all of those comfy Vietnam camps you built. We relieved MCB-3 on 4 deplyments.

Ken Bingham MCB-8 1966-69, 3 tours

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Dennis Strecker
MCB 3 65-68, Stevens Point, WI
10/23/2017 06:31:07

Another successful reunion in Gulfport. Good time had by all, hopefully, elected a new slate of officers.  Great job Harold Schrage, Victor Horvath, and the rest who helped organize the event.

Start planning on attending next year guys in Washington DC during early October. More the merrier, we’re not getting any younger.

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Norm Sulock
Baldwinsville, NY
10/02/2017 05:31:34

After 50 years I was able to meet up with my brother Seabee Roger H. Gervais. We served together in Charlie Company in Chu Lai 1966.

We got together at a Seabee 75 year anniversary celebration hosted by Island X-1 of Rhode Island.

 

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Norm Sulock
Baldwinsville, NY
08/24/2017 12:31:10

I served with MCB-3 in Charlie Company in 1966 in Chu Lai.

On Saturday August 19th  I received a call (after 50 years)  from my old hooch mate and fellow builder Roger (Frenchie) Gervais. He got my contact information from a brother Seabee in Rhode Island. Roger and I worked together on the same projects in Chu Lai, he was then and is now the greatest. I plan to travel to Connecticut and look him up. 

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Jerry Gillingham
MCB-3 Antioch,California
07/29/2017 07:31:06

Served with MCB-3 1967-1969 Was in Alpha Company as an EON-3 /received an early out upon returning from second tour in April of 1969.

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Jim Apple
Cincinnati.Ohio
07/25/2017 08:31:52

I was in Mcb3 67-69. Had early disharge and I am glad to be a laughing

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Harold 'Doc' Schrage, president, 2015 - 2017
Valley Glen, CA
07/02/2017 10:31:41

Come on guys and gals. Read about our October reunion and pull the registration form or contact me directly for an email or hard copy. We are all part of this family and need to get together to stay ´CAN DO´ strong.

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William (Bill) Bybee
Omaha, NE
06/09/2017 05:30:19

MCB 3 Chu Lai and Phu Bai.  Then a year on Adak, AK

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Boise (Eddie) Ashbrook
Gainesville Texas 76240
05/29/2017 10:31:38

I was in Guam 1958 and 1959.  Spent a year on Adak then went to Okinawa from 1960 to 1962 when I was discharged.  These are still the best years of my life.

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Roger Stevens
Marion, Ohio
05/02/2017 05:31:11

Was stationed with 3  from 1987-1991 and again from 1993 til my retirement in 1996

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Travis Stickels
Bloomington,IN
04/22/2017 08:30:33

My Dad Tom Stickels was in MCB3 in Okinawa  

From 1968-1970 before I was born. Would love to hear from anyone who knew him. He passed away in 2006.

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John Johnson
Benton, KY 42025
04/12/2017 07:30:53

MCB 3 Delta CO 1967-1969. I remember our Chief " Hard Core" Delta Co 

good friend Kenny Lute Charlie Co carpenter. Camp Faulkner Vietnam 

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Donald Brandon
Moundsville, WV
04/11/2017 03:30:39

NMCB-3 1989 to 1993

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Walton Linder
Oneonta, Alabama
04/09/2017 09:30:32

Reservations made for Gulfport, coming in Wednesday, see y´all there!!

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Dennis Strecker
MCB 3 65-68, Bravo Co, Steelworker
03/29/2017 04:31:06

Gulfport reservations made. Heard from a few friends who have done the same. Looking forward to it. Great to connect with friend from the Nam MCB 3 Seabees.

god willing and the hurricanes aren´t late we´ll see you in Gulfport.

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James Gibbs
The Colony, Texas
03/29/2017 03:31:51

Reservations, made for the Reunion arriving on the 18 Oct. - 22 Oct. see y´all there.

 

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Stephen Green
Banning Ca.
03/23/2017 01:31:56

Served with MCB-3 65 through 68. Was a steelworker in Charlie Company and Sgt of the Guard in Security Company. Living in Sacramento Ca. with wife.

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james cook
irvine calif
03/16/2017 06:31:07

Served in MCB 3, 1960 to 61 electrician, building Marine BASE. was on crew building transfer station for power coming to base. after that was completed  was assigned line crew driving the auger truck which was a 1945 ww2 4X4.  rode over the hill every day on a (man haul] it was a rebuilt 1950 gmc semi . lived at camp kubaski which is long gone. now all new homes. remember the steel yard and guys tying rebar for the tilt up bldgs. we were blding/.  we had a CO.. NAMED  jack daniels who  WE  called hanging JACK. IN THOSE DAYS  WE WERE CALLED MCB 3 THE FIGHTING THIEVING THREE. we got this name from stealing material from the air force and mcb 11. once a AIR FORCE JEEP WAS BORROWED FROM THEM  and was painted over night in the truck  shop to navy gray and the serial number painted on hood and rear was 1960. after it was painted we drove it thru the mud  and next morning we drove it  work site put a wood shell on it and called it  LEAPING LENA.  hoooyaaaaa 3.... 

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David A Smith
Salem New Jersey
03/04/2017 01:31:12

I served with 3 from !973-1976. Deployed to Okinawa, Puerto Rico. and Diego Garcia. Finish my enlistment at Pt Mugu as a range coach.  Cm3 David Smith

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Larry starner
MCB3 Gallatin, ten
02/04/2017 08:28:37

MCB3 1958-62 port hueneme 

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Roger Andersen EO-3
Rapid City , South Dakota
01/24/2017 10:31:48

Joined 3 out of A school in Chu Lai , on to Phu Bai where Ran 81 Mortors for three Months than out to Rock Crusher for rest of Deployment ,

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Dennis Fischer
Jeffersonville, Indiana
01/20/2017 12:31:02

   I served alongside some great American boys/men from all parts of the U.S.A. in MCB-3 during 3 years of the Viet Nam war, 1966 thru 1969. I´m glad to have gotten to know many I served with, who I didn´t personally know then, all these years later, as they have come to the reunions and served in some capacity to promote and orchestrate them. Several of the very best have since passed on.  I want to thank my best friend in MCB3, Larry Edmondson, who I served with in Delta co., for all his work, pre internet, to make an MCB3 reunion come about. I sensed his frustration at actually making it happen, so taking the ball from him, I sent flyers out to all his data base, telling of a reunion/barbecue at my humble house just outside the Port Hueneme base, and low and behold,  we had a very successful reunion in 1999, with attendance rivaling any of the past 17 formal reunions.  I have attended half of the current reunions since 2000, when health,  finances and logistics are good. I hope to attend many more, seeing the brothers come back who no longer attend and seeing a new long lost brother show up.  I thank all our current reunion officers who contribute so much to keep this annual event going! Stay healthy and hope to see you in Gulfport.  "Fisch"

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James Gibbs EO-2 , Fifth Platoon, 1st squad, 2nd. Fire Team Leader.
Dallas, Texas
01/15/2017 07:31:08
  1. Well the New Year was brought in right. 2 drinks up until 10:30, then water till 12:30 Had big bowl of Blacked Peas,Corn Bread was in bed at 12:45. No hangover and a great breakfast. Found out that I need 3 stents put in. 2 different operations Jan 27, will be the firs

 

2. I will keep everyone in formed

 

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Jim Foran
New Jersey
01/12/2017 02:31:55

I guess i´m getting nostalgic in by dotage.

 

I´m at work, having a beer and surfing the net.

 

I was in 3 from 70-72.

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Vicki Millsap Pace
Monte Vista, CO 81144
12/06/2016 01:31:05
  • My father was a SeeBee during the Korean War .  He was stationed in the Philippines .  He died in 1963 , so I never got to know much about him . I would love to hear from anyone that knew him . Thanks .  His name is Victor Millsap . 
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Chris sanders
Raymore Missourii
11/24/2016 10:30:06

NMCB 3 1968-1970 Camp kinder Okinawa / Port Hueneme 

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Harold Schrage
Valley Glen, CA
11/21/2016 08:30:15

WISHING ALL THE MCB3 VETERANS REUNION ASSOCIATION A HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

I am thankful for my experiences on thr Navy with 3 and for the chance to meet with these brothers again.

I am truly blessed to have decent health for an old guy, a fantastic wife and family and the opportunity to share my blessings with volunteer work.

PLEASE BE SAFE OVER THE HOLIDAY AND STAY IN  TOUCH V WITH US.

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Carl Wassink
Corry, PA
11/10/2016 03:30:59

Boot in San Diego and joined MCB-3 HQ Co. Engineering Office at Camp Faulkner, Danang just before moving to Camp Haskins South. On Security Co. Main Gate nights for awhile, then the An Hoa runway project as a night Surveyor. 2nd Deployment to Camp Kinser, Oki (now Camp Shields). 3rd tour back to Haskins and made it to detachments from Cua Viet to Ca Mau. Out in 71 as an EA2

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Harold Schrage, Pres.
Valley Glen, CA
09/15/2016 08:30:48

The reunion was a success. Mark your calendar for October 19 - 22 of 2107 in the Gulfport Biloxi area.

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Victor Horvath
Missouri City, TX
09/10/2016 03:30:58

At the reunion having a ball

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SSGT. Gary Matlack USMC RET.
Viennia, West Virginia
08/11/2016 12:31:55

I served at Chu Lai Viet Nam with the First Marine Air Wing from 1969 until 1970.

Thanks to the all the hard work of the men of NMCB3 myself and my fellow Marines had a decent place to live and work.

Thanks a million      

 

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Harold "Doc" Schrage
ValleyGlen, CA
08/10/2016 08:31:42

We have been getting GARBAGE entries in our guestbook. Text me if I miss any and I´ll delete them.

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Harold "Doc" Schrage
ValleyGlen, CA
08/10/2016 08:31:24

We have been getting GARBAGE entries in our guestbook. Text me if I miss any and I´ll delete them.

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Gary Claudio (ut)
Lombard, IL
07/29/2016 04:31:40

I was in brove company from 1988 to 1990. 

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Frank Cecil
Enlisted in Detroit, Oct 1956 Have lived in California since 1962
07/27/2016 10:31:34

This year marks my 60 enlistment anniversary.  Joined MCB 3 July 1957  Deployed to Okinawa in October, 1957- July, 1960  Served 3 deployments during construction of the Marine Air Facility, Futima, Okinawa.  Lived in Camp Kubasaki  Bul 2

Looking for like vintage Seabees

fcecil38@yahoo.com

530-742-6232

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Richard Nunnelee
Susanville, CA
07/22/2016 10:31:50

U.S. Navy Seabees from 02/72 until 09/93.  Joined NMCB-3 as a CMCN from 7/73 up until 2/76...made deployments to Puerto Rico and Diego Garcia...retired as a CM1.

- CM "A" School 5/72 - 9/72

  • Naval Station Adak - 09/72 - 06/73
  • NMCB-3 07/73 - 02/76
  • NAVFAC San Nicolas Island 03/76 - 09/77
  • CBU 413 Pearl Harbor 10/77 -10/79
  • NAVSUPPFAC Diego Garcia 11/79 -11/80
  • CBMU 302 Subic Bay 12/80 - 01/83
  • RNMCB-22 Dallas, TX 02/83 - 12/85
  • COMFLTACT Chinhae Korea 01/86 -12/87
  • NAVSUPPUNIT State Dept Wash DC 01/88 - 09/93

If I remember correctly I joined NMCB-3 in Port Hueneme when they had just returned from their last tour in the RVN.  Although, after 43 years I could be mistaken

 

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Norm Sulock
Baldwinsville, NY
06/29/2016 05:30:48

Brother Seabees

My email address has changed to norm.sulock@outlook.com

Norm Sulock BUL-2 Charlie Company Chu Lai RVN 1966

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Norm Sulock
Baldwinsville, NY
06/29/2016 05:30:33

Herman Smith I have been looking for you since we left Chu Lai.

Contact me at (315) 857-7794 or email norm.sulock@outlook.com

Regards

Norm

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Herman Smith
Kent Wa.
06/15/2016 10:30:32

Hi Norm I hope you come to the party in Sept

I served in 3 1965 : 1967

 

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James Gibbs
The Colony, Texas
06/15/2016 08:30:08

For those that don´t know me, I served with Alpha Co. as  an EO-2 from 1967-1969. 

Damn, that was a long time ago. It has been an amazing 16 years of Reunions and I am ready for this years Reunion. Plans and reservations made. Looking forward to seeing smiling faces and telling of stories.

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Harold Schrage
Valley Glen, CA
06/12/2016 08:30:42

I lost my hschrage@pacbell.net FOREVER. Make sure you contact me at my new email, mcb3doc@gmail.com.

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William Burgess
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
06/10/2016 07:30:58

I was with MCB3 from 1967 thru first part of 1970. Phu Bai, DaNang and Port Huemene.

My last tour was running Green Issue and assigning all your "Stuff" for the In Country adventure.

I was  a SK2 in Supply and was in both advanced parties going to Phu Bai and DaNang

I  can remember arriving at the Phu Bai Camp and seeing all the Marines dug into foxholes.

We definitely made their living conditions much better

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Stephen Paul Green
Sacramento Ca.
05/23/2016 02:31:31

Hi  Seabees , Steve Green is still alive and kicking !

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David A Bergeron
New Port Richey FL
05/16/2016 12:31:00
I started out in the Army in Sept 69. I finish in the Navy
in 1977. My best times was with MCB 3, I was lucky enough to be stationed in Antigua BWI. Went over as a Construction ended up a CE3. My time spent was 74-76. I loved the SeeBees, wish I would have made a career with the Navy.
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Harold Schrage
Valley Glen, CA
05/13/2016 02:31:12

Our reunion will be open to anyone that would like to share their Vietnam and other experiences, Seabee or not.
Please invite your friends especially the ones that are driving distance from Seattle.

smile smile smile

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Leslie Lanier
Richlands, North Carolina
04/06/2016 05:30:14

I joined MCB3 in December, 1965. Served with ChuLai tour, Builders A School June 1966, Finished ChuLai tour the Phu Bai Tour. Served in Delta Company. Then a year in Adak.

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Phil Rundgren
Waterboro, Maine
02/29/2016 05:29:14

BU-2, MCB-3, Chu Lai, Builders School Port Hueneme,
Chu Lai, Phu Bai

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Bernard "Barney" Murtagh
Roslyn Heights, NY
01/26/2016 10:31:32

USN 11/64-11/68. MCB 3 joined Battalion, already deployed in ''67 through 10/68. Alpha Company

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Roger Gonzalez
Union City, Ca (San Francisco Bay Area)
01/26/2016 05:31:23

1969, Adak Alaska (fuel farm)
1970, MCB-3 Camp Haskins, Danang VN, Alpha Co.
1971, CBMU- 302, NAVCAT-2, CamRhan Bay

hung out with, Mark (pineapple) Simao, Larry (chopper) Tokarz, Dan Winslow

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Ken "Rudy" Rudisill
Panama City, Fl
01/17/2016 05:31:27

I went to Builders "A" School then to NMCB-3 from 1971 to 1973. I was also attached to NMCB 133 for a project in the PI. I left the Navy and went to Kansas State University. After graduation I tried to return to the Navy but was rejected because of a knee problem. So I went to the Kansas National Guard and went on to OCS. I retired from the Army Reserve in 2006 as a LtC. A few years later I retired from the University of Florida where I was a county horticulture agent.
Would like to hear from fellow Seabees.

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Dorr Carpenter
Petoskey, MI
01/05/2016 05:31:22

Great Lakes Boot; Hueneme Class A School (BU R); Port Lyauty, Kenitra, Morocco; Mcmurdo Sound, Antarctica (Winter Over '' '64 - 66,Fire Department); MCB 3, Chu Lai '66, Charlie Co., 2nd Platoon, 4th Squad.

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Phil Weatherwax
Azusa, Ca.
01/04/2016 05:31:33

Served in NMCB-3 from late 1965 to 1967. Served on the Chulai deployment in 66. Spent my first 3 months in Security Co. and the rest of the time in Charlie Co. Lets see how many people we can get to sign the guest book.

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Stephen Paul Green
Sacramento Ca.
01/02/2016 05:31:36

I served with MCB-3 1965 through late 1968. just wondering if anyone kept in touch with Michael F. Crowley. He was in Charlie Company at Chu Lai 1966 and then shore duty Public Works Okinawa.

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William (Billy) Zimkin CE2
Elmsford,NY
12/29/2015 05:31:42

After CE "A" School in Port Hueneme my first duty station was Adak Alaska, left Adak in Feb. of 1970 and joined NMCB3. My first deployment was with 3 in Nam, I was on Detail Borealis in The South, Ca Mau where we turned a baron section of land into a base camp and started to build a river support base. My second tour, I was assigned to a Self Help project at a Communications base in Iba,PI. Most of the Batallion was in Guam during that tour. I was happy to be in the Phillipines.

I got out of the Navy as a CE2, I then enjoyed a great career in the Electrical industry. Presently retired from IBEW Local #3.

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Norman M. Sulock
Baldwinsville, NY
12/26/2015 05:31:39

Charlie Company BUL2 Chu Lai 1966

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Frank Cecil
Browns Valley, CA via Detroit
12/23/2015 05:31:45

1957-60
Thanks for all your efforts. I like the rotation of reunion locations!

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Russ Stevenson
Rancho Cordova Ca.
12/20/2015 05:31:37

cep3 Bco. 1965-1968 chu-lai,phu-bi
As a member of the association how do I log on undecided

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Dennis Strecker
Stevens Point, WI
12/20/2015 05:31:22

MCB 3 1965-1968 Guam, DaNang, ChuLai, PhuBai, SW 2 Bravo Company

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Walt Linder
Tait's Gap, Alabama
12/19/2015 05:31:22

MCB3 "A" Company 1966-69

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Larry Bohl
Austin Texas
12/18/2015 05:31:31

MCB 3 A Co. 1966-1969

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Harold Schrage
Valley Glen, CA
12/18/2015 05:31:00

This is our new website. Prior messages could not be transferred. Please feel free to post your thoughts and try to track down your Seabee buddies here.

laughing laughing laughing

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