21 March

1964A truck operated by a Team 1002 member detonated a mine in Thua Thien Province resulting in minor injuries to one Seabee and extensive damage to the ton truck. Automatic fire from an estimated four Viet Cong followed the detonation. Viet Cong were engaged by an ARVN Security Force with negative results.

1966My Thi village school re-opened after joint work by local villagers and NMCB-11 Seabees.

1968BGEN J.E. Glick, USMC, Assistant Division Commander, 3MARDIV, visited the NMCB-10 camp for an orientation inspection and departed the same day.
21 men from CBMU-301 were temporily detached to Hue for the repair of the MACV Compound there

1969NMCB-58 set Condition Yellow at Camp Shields at 0645 when 6 rockets impacted on the airfield setting off numerous secondary explosions.
The NMCB-8 Main Body arrived at Camp Haskins South, Da Nang from CPC Port Hueneme.
RADM W.M. Enger, CEC, USN, Vice Commander NAVFAC; RADM J.G. Dillon, CEC, USN, COM3NCB: and CAPT J.G. Powell, CEC, USN, COM30NCR toured NMCB-5 jobsites.
CAPT R.M. Fluss, CEC, USN, was relieved as CO NMCB-4 by CDR R.D. Gaulden, CEC, USN. The change of command ceremony was held on the parade grinder, CBC Port Hueneme.
NMCB-3s CM3 William A. Peck was killed in an automobile accident in Oxnard, CA. President Richard M. Nixon, greeted the arrival of NMCB-3s flight #5 of the main body at Point Mugu.
The first UH-1 hanger constructed by NMCB-10 for the 158th AHB at Camp Evans was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies. Bgen. Muller, Deputy Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division, and Capt. A.W. Walton, CEC, USN, COM32NDNCR, participated.

1970NMCB-5 Main Body flights three and four departed CONUS by air for Da Nang.
NMCB-10 Detail Mike departed for Cornfield Ramp to carry out construction of Secondary Bridge Three and Secondary Bridge Two.

1971NMCB-3s Detail Mercury returned to Camp Haskins South from Hawk Hill sfter completing work on QL-1 bridges.
NMCB-3s Detail Taurus departed Camp Haskins South for Chu Lai to install a pontoon berthing pier and POL tank facilities at the Chu Lai VNN Operations Base.

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