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We do often wonder if this guestbook is effective in reuniting people. I had a conversation with Tom Tassara wherein he asked the below. Maybe someone out there can help him out.

You can reach him at tomnhelen at verizon. Question I have a question that maybe you could answer or lead me to someone that could. I know it wasn't because I was in Viegues, PR that year. His name is Joseph Joe Carrappa. He would have been an E-4 or E He disputes being there, but when you run into a 1st cousin that you weren't even aware that he was in the service, you don't forget that experience. I was in the Marine Corps, which was my reason for being at that location.

He said he was with MCB4. Is there anyway that I can find out if that unit was there at that time? I was in MCB 10, S omething like a challenge coin, or grill emblem, or hat pin, done in epoxy. I have a list of almost all the members who built the bridge with the exception of 5, 6 who have gone as a result from Agent Orange. There is someone in Minnesota who is trying to locate someone from our, my list. You can call me if you wish: Also you might like to see some pictures on my web site.

E-mail is fallodoli verizon. My father, William J. I have fond memories of reunions of the 25th Special dating back to They met annually in different cities in the Eastern United States. Thanks to the 25th Special, I saw a great deal of the United States and made friends with many of the men who served with my father and with their families. Was in MCB Have not yet read all the guestbook comments but wanted to offer to Robert Coop Feb 21, the following info: I believe that would have put your departure to Quang Tri as sometime between August and October.

The cruise book I got the info from didn't have dates on the detail departures. My Father is a retired Chief. In , I was born in Puerto Rico. Dad was in Cuba, Okinawa, and he was in the advance party to Adak, Alaska, on or about All the parties departed together on a ship to California. I was able to visit it recently and see the welcome home signs for the Seabees! What does a Sea Bee do in Vietnam? They bring the comforts of showers!

Build emergency runways and more. Barb Twedt Zinn email: Jorge David Chico Baez. One of the the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Lookong to make contact with anyone back in the day. I was discharged in I am trying to locate any information about my father who was a Seabee during WW2.

His name was Jewel Raymond Bryan but went by J. According to his picture, his patch showed that he was a Navy 3rd class petty officer, carpenter's mate. My son spoke to a friend of his who is a Lt. Commander stationed at Pearl and the friend pulled his file. He could not give us any info because the file had been redacted. Can you tell me why? My father is not deceased and we have not been able to get any pension for my mother as of today and I can not find anything on the internet about my dad.

I joined the Navy in Oct of went to boot camp a nd then joined the Seabes in Jan of At this time I am working on gettin g any benefits coming to me and next year to start my retirememnt pay. New Bern, NC Did one tour in Nam at Camp Haines. Early in the deployment I broke the rule of "never volunteer" and found out what airlift missions were!

Like many, I never appreciated what my service days did in my development at the time. That would come later in life. Would like to hear from anyone in 10 at the time. My great uncle, Verbie Lowery, was in the navy for ten years. He entered the service June I have been doing a lot of family research and have become very interested in my uncles service during WWII and the Korean War.

Hoping that someone can help explain what MCB 10 stands for and what my uncle may have been doing. He just celebrated his 92nd birthday - would love to connect with other men who served with him. He served in excess of three years and was mustered out as a Machinest Mate First Class - his service number was My telephone is His name was Eugene J. Please let me know about his Seebees or if you have info on Pop. Thank you, Gayle Benally.

In November the Bureau told me I was to old to re enlist. We had a 67 Falcon, 5 kids. My dad, Ernest A. Bullington, was a Lt. I know he spent time on Treasure Island and participated in the invasion or occupation of Woodlark Island near New Guinea. I am interested in any information that I can find about his experience.

Would like any information re my father, E. Pacific areas in Any info on the or personnel serving would be most appreciated! Love to go back to those places. I have forgotten a lot. I served with mcb3 at subic bay in the philippines in I was an equipment operator, I met a guy from Baudette Minn. My dad was in the seabees back in WW2. I have an old photo of his battilion but only know him in it. I still have my dads medals' 3 of them. I was with 2nd Platoon, 2nd Squad.

I would like to hear from anybody that was there. I was the only mexican next to Chief Delgo. I remember one Bee Duso. My father, Gordon C. He was stationed in Guam and possibly other sites in the Pacific. He was also detached to the Marines which involved securing the island, somewhat similiar to the Navy Seals today. This is as much as I know regarding my father's Naval history. He passed away in when I was 21 years old. Now, I wish he would of told me more about his Navy days.

Any further information would be appreciated. I have been trying to verify which unit a relative was in for some time now. The place I would start would be at The National Archives and Records Administration as they keep all military records: But then you probably already know about that site, judging by your e-mail address. Not much help here. Maybe someone else on this list will have a better answer for you. Good luck with your search and thank you for your service.

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NOTE from Sheldon, [email protected] If you make contact with old friends, shipmates, or whomever maybe you could drop us an e-mail telling us about it. We do often wonder if this guestbook is effective in reuniting people.