NMCB 62 Alumni Association Guestbook





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Fellow, Bees
Was in 62 for the first two tours, 66-67 and 68. Was in D Co while at Hue-Phu Bai and then B co at Red Beach Danang. Remember Ken Miller, Mennuci, Riley, plus Jim Oakes. Great bunch of guys. Would like to hear from them again. In 87 stopped in to see Joel Webber in Wash state while I was traveling. Will join the alumni association soon.


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NMCB62 86-89. I am seeing more people on here I know. Not to sound old but can you imagine a deployment with e-mail a cell phone and females in battalion?? I would say they have it easy now but some are getting shot at over there so I guess I had it easy. Some of the best times of my life I owe to the seabees.Hello to all my old friends I hope life is treating you well.

Added: May 9, 2010
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I was in B Company in 1969 at Dong Ha. I was a UT working at the water plant and then maintaining the boilers at the chow hall and showers. I went back to Viet Nam in 1970 on Seabee Team 6205 with a lot of really great guys. We completed a lot of great and rewarding projects. I finished my Seabee service at Camp David Maryland in December 1971. Would love to hear from anyone.

Added: May 4, 2010
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Served in 62 From 1984-1989, loved it and met the best friends I have ever had. North vs. South football games were the best. I retired from the reserves as a SWC (SCW) NMCB 27. Gretchen and I are going to be celebrating our 25th year anniversary in two weeks, we had four children (2&2).

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Hello fellow 'Bees,
85-87, Okinawa & Rota, HN, "Air Det Commando"...those days were the best days I ever lived. Thanks to each and everyone of you brothers who were a part of Battalion. Anyone interested drop me a line. All is well. I tell folks that I served with the greatest fighters and drinkers Neptune ever let out of the sea. God Bless NMCB 62.


Added: April 30, 2010
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I WAS WITH MCB 62 ON DIEGO GARCIA,WHAT A TIME!
I WORKED IN THE COM SHACK(SWITCHBOARD),M.A.R.S. RADIO OPERATOR AND WAS A DJ ON A.F.R.T.S. LOOKING TO HEAR FROM ANYONE FROM THE ROCK.

THE O.I.C. OF THE RADIO STATION, HOWARD HENZIE, PASSED AWAY ON FRIDAY(4/16/10).

LOOKING FOR PAUL(WEASEL)EISELE,GENE RABY,JIM HAWKINS,TIM HALLAGAN.


Added: April 29, 2010
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I am looing for NMCB 62 members from 1983-1986 - Puerto Rico - Adak, Alaska - Edzell, Scotland

Added: April 24, 2010
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I served in MCB 62 from 1968 to 1969 as a Construction Electrician 2nd Class and made one tour to Vietnam. We had to stay longer than expected because the Hurricane wiped out the Gulf Coast and my enlistment was over when we got back to Gulfport. A few years later I got job as an electrician with guess who ? yea, the Navy Public Works Dept at NSA New Orleans and been here ever since. I would have been retired by now if I had not been wiped out by another Hurricane.

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I was stationed with NMCB 62 From 1984-1986.I was Bu2 made several overseas tours.Met several lifelong friends would love to keep in touch.Send any messages about upcoming events!!!! Thanks,Mike

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Hi there , if you are looking for John Lambert which would be Chief Lambert. He passed away for some time ago. His wife worked at the dry cleaners on the base in Gulfport . He died of cancer .

Added: April 20, 2010
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