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Angel Ralph Nunez
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"Being a Utilitiesman (UT2) I was stationed from 76 - 80 at the Public Works Department and serviced the Barack’s and most every building with and without the Civilian crews. Then in 80-81 I returned to the Seabee Camp with NMCB 40 for our 8…"
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First of the recommissioned WWII battalions to serve in Vietnam. Recommissioned in February, 1966 at Construction Battalion Center, Davisville, RISee More
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Roosevelt Roads Naval Station

Roosevelt Roads Naval Station is a former United States military air base in the town of Ceiba, Puerto Rico.
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Profile Information

Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Enlisted Rating
Utilitiesman
Where were you or your family stationed?
Little Creek Va., USS Spartanburg LST 1192
Port Hueneme Ca. NMCB 40
Taipei Taiwan ROC, Provost Marshall
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, Public Works, NMCB 40, and RNMCB 16 Batt. activated during Desert Storm.
Los Alamitos, Ca.
Veteran of Foreign War
Vietnam
Current Status with the US Navy
Retired
Start date of your service
December 29, 1970
End date of your service
November 11, 1996

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At 7:52pm on June 26, 2019, Angel Ralph Nunez said…
Being a Utilitiesman (UT2) I was stationed from 76 - 80 at the Public Works Department and serviced the Barack’s and most every building with and without the Civilian crews.
Then in 80-81 I returned to the Seabee Camp with NMCB 40 for our 8 month deployment.
Then again in 92 during DesertShield/Desert Storm with NRMCB 16. It was nice duty but lots of work, and the bonus was that my Family lives in Puerto Rico. That was Sweet, along with driving my Retired Navy Brothers 1966 Red Corvette Sting Ray around the base!
 
 
 

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