Seabees Build Tension-Fabric Structure in Bahrain

Photos by MC1 Mike Lenart, CTG 56.2

Seabees assigned to Commander, Task Group (CTG) 56.2 led construction of a tension-fabric struture on Naval Support Activity Bahrain. CTG 56.2 provides general engineering, disaster relief, exercise related construction, and Theater Security Cooperation engineering support across U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. 

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildA tension line supports the frame of a tension fabric structure on Naval Support Activity Bahrain.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildSWCN Amanda Westensee, CTG 56.2, trims the end of a ridge cap that covers the frame of a tension fabric structure.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildSWCN Amanda Westensee,  CTG 56.2, stages a ridge cap along a tension fabric structure.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildSWCN Amanda Westensee, CTG 56.2, trims the end of a ridge cap that covers the frame of a tension fabric structure.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildBU2Nathan Fowell, CTG 56.2, prepares tension wire used to support a tension fabric structure.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildSeabees attach the base trim to a tension fabric structure.

CTG 56.2 tension fabric structure buildThe tension-fabric structure near completion.

 

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