NMCB 62 Alumni Association Guestbook





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i was in NMCB 62 from 84 - 89 ,was an SW2 ,made some great friends and we still keep in touch,and besides looking back at great people, i worked with some great " craftsmen" thanks to the people who dedicated there time to start this website! hope to hear from some of you guys!!

Added: April 19, 2010
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Hi. I have been asked by some old friend in NMCB 62 to put together a reunion. We are looking to do it in New Orleans, 3/4-3/6/2011. It will be Mardi Gras. The following list of guys are the people I am in contact with: John Arnold, Johnny Spain, Chris Blesi, Brian Roach, Mike Nasso, Chad Burlinggame, Mark LaValle, Tim Beyer, Kraig Klein, Manny Campos, Joe Speer, Keith Ybaben and Ron Farley. Most of them were at Gulfport 1984 - 1987. If you are interested in attending please email me. We have to start early because that place books up quickly! Have a great day!

Added: April 14, 2010
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Hi guys. I was a UT3 when I did the Puerto Rico,Diego Gracia deployments.The good ole'days/.

Added: April 10, 2010
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941pm4/9/2010 Hi nmcb62 i was in 146 batt,on Okinaw 45 looking for seabees were in th146 at that time if you have help send it to me, i use my nick name when i was there, FRENCHIE i run all havy eqit. hope hear from some joe

Added: April 10, 2010
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62 from 83-84 , ut3 did main body to rosey. lookin for cruz book any help would be appreciated

Added: April 9, 2010
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I served from 87 to decomminissioning. Made deployments to Guam, and Det Subic Bay. This was one of my best commands. Great people. We made the last full deployment to Camp Jefferies. We worked had and played hard.

Added: April 9, 2010
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Another Minuteman has passed away.

(The following taken from the Gulfport Seabee Courier, dated 3-25-10:)

Frederick Thomas Weaver, 77, passed away March 10, 2010 in Reno, NV. He served in the Navy for 25 years, first as an Airman at Great Lakes, and NAS North Island, San Diego, and later as a Seabee Chief Steelworker with NMCB's 62, 74, and 133 at Gulfport, MS, and NAS, Guam. After retiring from the Navy, he served as an OSHA inspector for the state of Nevada for 14 years. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Juanita of Reno, NV.

We wish our Brother Seabee Fair Winds and Following Seas.


Added: March 31, 2010
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BU2. 1980-84. Puerto Rico, Diego Garcia, Guam, Det Thurmont. Great web site with lots of memories!

Added: March 30, 2010
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hi to all the crew of 62...i know thats NOT what some call us....yes i am proud to call myself a seabee wife. my husband is bu-2 plante,owen ofter the decom...we were sent to willow grove pa. lost touch with the guys...bounded here and there finally..in 2001 ended up back in gulfport...found ut stumpf,gary....will tell him about this site..plus about six other bees at my husbands work...thanks for this site..we are forgtten

Added: March 29, 2010
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Just wanted to say hello to all the seabees I served with in nmcb62 from 85-88. Lots of good memories and fun. Good luck to all.

Added: March 26, 2010
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