Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 is providing expeditionary construction and engineering support to expeditionary bases and will respond to humanitarian assistance disaster relief requests.
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1 participated in Guam’s 73rd Annual Liberation Day parade on July 21.
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 Seabees both attended and participated as the color guard for the opening day ceremony during the Dallas Cowboys training camp on July 24. Some of the Bees had the opportunity to get a photo with Cowboys tight end Jason Witten and wide receiver Cole Beasley.
(Photo courtesy of facebook.com/NMCB4)
Fort Hunter Liggett, California
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5 completed a field training exercise (FTX) in Fort Hunter Liggett in order to improve their combat skills and mastery of tactics. The training, called Squad Leader FTX, consisted of classroom instruction and training in the field. The field training involves high heat levels, rugged landscape and long hours in heavy gear.
(Photo courtesy of facebook.com/NMCB5)
Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands
Naval Mobile Construction 1 is forward deployed to execute construction, humanitarian and foreign assistance, special operations combat service support, and theater security cooperation in support of U.S. Pacific Command.
Electronics Technician 3rd Class Codie Flanagan and Electronics Technician 2nd Class Anthony Juarez, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB)1, adjust frequency codes on a GRC-234 high-frequency base station at Naval Base Guam July 27. These tests give NMCB 1 Sailors the opportunity to perform quality assurance checks on their system’s maximum range and communication quality with Port Hueneme, Calif.