Comments: RETIRED IN 98 FROM CBU IN WASHINGTON STATE. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW I CAN GET A COPY OF MY MILITARY MADICAL RECORDS, I LOST THE ONE I HAD DURING MY MOVE AND NEED IT,CURRENTLY FIGHTING WITH THE VA EMAIL GEO437@YAHOO.COM THXS BEES
Comments: I was a part of ship's company that opened the base in the Spring of 1966. After one year duty, which included being assigned to Bldg 1 and Shore Patrol (under Chief Tuozzo and GM-1 Sawaicki), was sent to sea duty. Gulfport and the men were the greatest and hard workers. If anyone knows Jerry Donnelly, please let me know. I have been in contact with and Reid Gilsdorf. Again, a great bunch of guys.
Comments: Heard about this site from Jon K (bay area)CA. Hello to all my fellow 62ers, 86 to decomissioned. Hope all is well with all. Keep up the "CAN DO" spirit!
Added: February 3, 2010
Submitted by Name: Jeff Shaffer From: Greensburg PA E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: AAAAHHOOOOO Lifer Dogs!!!! Sorry, had a flashback there.
NMCB 62 1980-83 I have yet to be invited to another party that lasted 3 years and let you run 50 ton BLH's at the same time. Awesome memories. Wouldn't trade em for the world.
Added: January 30, 2010
Submitted by Name: George Edwards SW1(ret) From: Anacoco, La E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: Spent Time in 62 and Nmcb 1, retired in 98 and stayed with Iron work until the body gave out, traveled to Antartica with raytheon Polar in 01 to do the winter over as a cilvilian. made a little money he he. Now I for The Department of the Army cilvian Police force for the .
Comments: Hello from Minnesota. I just found out about this site from Dave Calson. Thank Dave. I was in MCB 62 from 1972 to 1974. I served in Diego Garcia and SeaBee Team in the Truk Islands. I found some of my team on this site and I'm looking forward to contacting them soon.
Comments: I was in MCB-62 for 69 tour to dongha i was in A co in shop,on road service truck and on detachment at the rockpile. I was in MCB-62 for 70 tour danang I was on the service truck most of that tour. I worked with Spud Almond a lot of the time. I would like to hear from Spud Almond, Larry Farris and any of the crew from A co shop. Some of the guys knew me( Rock-ape).
Comments: I was one of the first to help fix up the old base in Gulfport. Two tours to nam with 62. Hue Phu Bai and Da Nang 66-68 Bu2 Delta Co. Then sent to the "Rock" 69... No regrets Lots of good times and cold beer... Still living on the Rock.