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Submitted by: Bill Witter

From: Alpena, Mi

Email: chillwill57@hotmail.com

Added: 02/13/2009

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served from aug. 80- june85.Got to 62 in 82. Spent time in Diego,Midway, Guam,Vieques.Got out as sw3.Now I spend my time working as a millwright or welder still traveling the country fixing cement plants and steel mills.

Submitted by: Kevin Ray

From: Grand Junction, Colorado

Email: dkray519@charter.net

Added: 02/09/2009

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Served in Adak at the PWF there, came stateside and had a cup of coffee with 62's Charlie Company during the homeport of '82. Looking for a BU1 named Mike Seib. Good man, hell of a leader.

Submitted by: Steve Collins

From: Baraboo, Wisconsin

Email: cols@charter.net

Added: 02/08/2009

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Drafted in November 1972 while in Junior College. Enlisted in Navy for 4 years and served 3 1/2 years secondary to delayed enlistment. San Diego boot camp, 16 week Builder school in Oxnard, CA and off to catch up with MCB-62 in Guam. Unit Clerk for 3 months (they found out I could type 42 words/min) under Lt. Yankouf(?) then joined D company doing what I was trained to do. Ken Tims, Dave Kleckner, Joe Murdock, Dick Michaud, Bruce Martin, etc. How about the guy from Ocala, Florida; cowboy from Graybull,Wyoming, the trucker from Missouri, etc. Help me out guys? Besides Guam, Gulfport (at least 18 months), Okinawa, Phillippines, and Sicily. Still serving our Lord. Will have been married for 25 years in October. One son Patrick who is a Junior in College. God Bless you guys.

Submitted by: Mike Crowell "Shuman"

From: Illinois originally now Arizon

Email: sun54sun@yahoo.com

Added: 02/08/2009

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Served with NMCB 62 in Delta Co from 73-75 . Deployed to Guam and Sigonella, Sicily while with the battalion. The guys I met and the friendships I still have are incredible. I think about these men and the times we had and how they changed my life. Looking for a few of them and if anyone has information please email me. Tom Williams, Jack "Tater" Tate, and Ron "Rocket" Monroe.

Submitted by: Raymond Crowell "MIKE"

From: Arizona originally Illinois

Email: sun54sun@yahoo.com

Added: 02/08/2009

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Served with NMCB 62 from 73-75 in Delta Co. Deployed to Guam and Sigonella, Sicily while with the battalion. The guys I met and the friendships I still have are incredible. I think about these men and the times we have and how they shaped my life. Looking for a few of them and if anyone has information please email me. Tom Williams Jack "Tater" Tate and Ron "Rocket" Monroe.

Submitted by: CM3 Tom Janos

From: Hugo, MN

Email: Tom@HugoLegionRiders.com

Added: 02/06/2009

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NMCB 61 - 1983-1986

Submitted by: Hal Cason

From: Kansas City, Mo.

Email: halcason50@yahoo.com

Added: 02/05/2009

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I was in 62 69-72, deployed to camp Haskins Danang VietNam. Interested in hearing from shipmates. I was in a band in Vietnam called Glory. I would love to hear from any of the band members, Tom Sarpolis, Bill Montoya, Don ?

Submitted by: Joey "Heavy" Phillips

From: 1977 - 1980

Email: jhphillips@cox.net

Added: 01/31/2009

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I spent four year with 62 and have very good memories of that time. I was given the nickname Heavy be BMC Faulkner because I was 6'2 and weighed 140 pounds with sand in my pockets. I'm still 6'2 but at 250 the nickname is more applicable. I have five children and a grandbaby now and work as an assistant principal at a middle school in Virginia Beach.

Submitted by: Jim Gilson

From: New Hampshire

Email: seebee@metrocast.net

Added: 01/23/2009

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Norman great web site. Hope all you Sixty Two Vets are doing well. One heck of a Battalion best damn Alfa Company. Served from 87 until the end. Drop me a line.

Submitted by: Roger Kass

From: Muskegon, Michigan

Email: rog1970@msn.com

Added: 01/19/2009

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I was in NMCB-62 from 73-75. I was a member of Bravo Company. I deployed to Guam and was sent on a detachment at San Miquel Phillipines. Next deployment to Rota Spain I worked as a electrician in the camp shop. Spent alot of time in the galley in Rota repairing those refers cooking grills. I enjoyed the years in 62 and would like to hear from some of the folks I served with.