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Submitted by: John T. Byrum, Jr (Tommy)

From: Chesapeake, Virginia

Email: oldbuzzard548@verizon.net

Added: 12/31/2008

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Hi Guys,
Looking for any EOH's that were in 62 from 1966-1967 at Camp Campbell. WOuld really like to talk.
Anyone remember Delos L. Oliver EO2 or Richard H. Thomas CN?
Hope to get a bunch of email's.

Tommy

Submitted by: Duane E. Nichols

From: Orlando, Fl

Email: achorse@yahoo.com

Added: 12/26/2008

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If anyone could help I'm trying to locate Mr. Norman Obrien EO2 at the time, Nam 69/70 Served on a detachment with him at what was called the shortest air strip in Nam. It was also a fire base with 175s and 8 in guns. Mountain yard village in area also. Trying to obtain some information concerning this place. If anyone out there could help I would really appreciate it. Thanks, and hope everone had a great holiday

Submitted by: LUTHER KRAMER

From: STERLING ILL

Email: lukramer@comcast.net

Added: 12/25/2008

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served in 62 from 75 - 77 bravo company as bu2.
anyone remember ed panel,neil murray,buck bell
greg weege, charlie minshull from the okinawa deployment.

Submitted by: Robert Howell

From: Piedmont, AL

Email: brach1@netzero.net

Added: 12/23/2008

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I want to know if any of you would like to donate money to the new Seabee Museum being built in Port Hueneme? It would be given to them as an alumni association. The constructionphase is due to start as soon as the Navy awards the contract and they are currently taking funding for exhibits and displays. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me at the address shown and please put a heading in the subject line. Thank you.

Submitted by: James French

From: Ocean Springs, MS

Email: jrfrench04@bellsouth.net

Added: 12/20/2008

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Served in MCB 62 for 2 tours in Vietnam 67-68 & 68-69. Got out and went to college, joined the USCG(R) and stayed until retirement. Work at Northrop Grumman Ship Systems (old Ingalls shipbuilding) Pascagoula, Program Management. Wife Margaret and 2 boys.

Submitted by: Tom Selway

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Email: tsorms@hotmail.com

Added: 12/18/2008

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DPPO COMPANY 178. GITMO 1971. WORKED ON THE EM CLUB PLACING AND BENDING REBAR. DIEGO GARCIA 1972 WORKED IN THE REBAR YARD FOR CHIEF LAFLAMME. LOOKING FOR MOAT, STARRING AND COAKER.

Submitted by: John W. Bower

From: Watsontown,Pa.

Email: seabees70@dejazzd.com

Added: 12/15/2008

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served with 62 1969 to 1971 got out on hardship because my dad was killed in truck acd.Was to nam in 70 in maycong delta.I was in delta co.Looking for James R. Walker SW1 good times.

Submitted by: Cotton Wells

From: Clay Center, Kansas

Email: cotton88z@hotmail.com

Added: 12/02/2008

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I served with MCB 62 Delta Co. 1972 to 76. I wouldn't trade the good times and good friends for love or money or my Harley. We have a reunion every couple of years, and would like to hear of more of my old friends. We are still looking for several guys. Wally Ellis, Bill Griffin, John Somma, Steve Mitchell. Of course from the first Diego tour there was Turk, Hobo, Jim Bolding, David Crafts, and Jasper and Jonesy. Would like to really hear from these guys. Thanks for a great site.

Submitted by: Darrell Roberts

From: Cape Canaveral, Florida

Email: dcrinpsj@yahoo.com

Added: 12/02/2008

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I was the medical administration HM for NMCB-62 from Sept. 1987 to the decommissioning of the battalion in 1989.

Submitted by: Duane Nichols

From: Cheboygan Mi / Orlando Fl

Email: achorse@yahoo.com

Added: 11/27/2008

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Would like to wish everyone a happy thanksgiving.I personally on this day will remember a person of great character EO3 Charles Koberlin.