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Guam

Steelworker Constructionman Natasha Johnson, left, and Utilitiesman Constructionman Jordan Mitts, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Detachment Guam, fabricate a reinforced steel beam for use in the roof of a restroom and shower facility for the Polaris Point Campground. (Photo by UT2John Hurley)

 

Equipment Operator Constructionman Jared Tyre, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Detachment Guam, clears out dirt and rubble in a crater during a joint-service rapid airfield battle damage repair exercise with the Air Force. (Photo by CE2 Evan Moreland)

 

Equipment Operator 3rd Class Steven Page, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Detachment Guam, starts a motor on a Lightweight Water Purification System (LWPS) for an operations test. (Photo by CM2 Brittney Ebbert)

 

Builder 1st Class Juston Haller, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Det. Guam, rakes dirt for the foundation of a restroom and shower facility at Polaris Point, April 5. (Photo by MC1 Cory Asato)

 

Builder 3rd Class Cooper Desario, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Det. Guam, dumps dirt for the foundation of a restroom and shower facility at Polaris Point, April 5. (Photo by MC1 Cory Asato)

 

Builder 2nd Class Brian Kuester, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Det. Guam, removes a large rock while sifting dirt for the foundation of a restroom and shower facility at Polaris Point, April 5. (Photo by MC1 Cory Asato)

 

Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Det. Guam sift large rocks from dirt for the foundation of a restroom and shower facility at Polaris Point, April 5. (Photo by MC1 Cory Asato)

 

Bigej, Marshall Islands

Construction Electrician 2nd Class Joshua Zapien, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, Construction Civic Action Detail Marshall Islands, cuts a piece of exterior roof framing for a water catchment structure, March 24. NMCB 11 is forward deployed to execute construction, humanitarian and foreign assistance, and theater security cooperation in the 7th Fleet area of operations. (Photo by BUCN Jessika Corwin)

 

Bengkulu, Indonesia

A local Indonesian school girl watches Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4 Seabees construct an addition to her school during Pacific Partnership 2018, March 30. PP18’s mission is to work collectively with host and partner nations to enhance regional interoperability and disaster response capabilities, increase stability and security in the region, and foster new and enduring friendships across the Indo-Pacific Region. Pacific Partnership, now in its 13th iteration, is the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Pacific. (Photo by MC2 Taylor Mohr)

 

Builder 1st Class Daniel McCluskey, from Wildwood, Mo., applies stucco to the side of a construction project during an engineering exchange for Pacific Partnership 2018 (PP18), April 5. (Photo by MC3 Cameron Pinske)

 

Utilitiesman 2nd Class Brenden Lewis, from Fredonia, Kan., currently assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Four (NMBC) 4, takes a break from construction work to spend a few minutes playing with students from SB 83 Elementary, April 5. (Photo by MCC Jackey Smith)

 

Rota, Spain

Engineering Aide 1st Class Jeffrey Beiser, a Seabee assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11, hammers a stake into the ground, marking out a mock runway for an upcoming airfield damage repair demonstration aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain, March 12. NMCB 11 is forward deployed to execute construction, humanitarian and foreign assistance, special operations combat service support, and theater security cooperation in support of U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations. (Photo by MC1 Collin Turner)

 

Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

A Manitowoc 777 Lattice boom Crawler Crane, one of two in the Navy, passes by the “CAN DO SINCE ’42” dozer blade outside of Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 2 headquarters building during its movement to Anzio Beach in preparation for the upcoming Elevated Causeway System (Modular) build on board Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, March 28. The Manitowoc 777 Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes are the two largest military operated crawler based cranes in the U.S. Navy and are owned and operated by ACB 2. (Photo by MC2 Kenneth Gardner)

 

Seabees from Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 2 ground guide a Manitowoc 777 Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes to Anzio beach in preparation for the upcoming Elevated Causeway System (Modular) build onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. (Photo by MC2 Kenneth Gardner)

 

Equipment Operator 1st Class Christopher Fleming, assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 2, ground guides a Manitowoc 777 Lattice Boom Crawler Crane through a turn during its movement to Anzio beach in preparation for the upcoming Elevated Causeway System (Modular) build onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. (Photo by MC2 Kenneth Gardner)

 

uilder 1st Class David Fahy, assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 2, repositions a piece of plywood in order for the Manitowoc 777 Lattice Boom Crawler Crane to execute a turn during its movement to Anzio beach in preparation for the upcoming Elevated Causeway System (Modular) build onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. (Photo by MC2 Kenneth Gardner)

 

Seabees from Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 2 carefully move two Manitowoc 777 Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes to Anzio beach in preparation for the upcoming Elevated Causeway System (Modular) build onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. (Photo by MC2 Kenneth Gardner)

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