Gallery: Seabees Around the World

Diego Garcia

Commanding Officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 Cmdr. James Cho (left) receives a brief from Builder 3rd Class Veronica Prado on how the Central Tool Room (CTR) is organized and maintained. NMCB 4 is forward deployed to the pacific, ready to support major combat operations, humanitarian assistance/disaster relief operations, and provide general engineering support to Navy, Marine Corps, and joint operational forces. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

 

Project Supervisor Steelworker 2nd Class Joshua Schmidt (left) and Crew Leader Builder 3rd Class Kiara Harris brief Commanding Officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4, Cmdr. James Cho (middle) on the repairs to the telecom storage project. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

 

Crew Leader Builder 3rd Class Kiara Harris (left), Project Supervisor Steelworker 2nd Class Joshua Schmidt (middle), and Commanding Officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4, Cmdr. James Cho (left) review the progress of the repairs to telecom storage project. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

 

Equipment Operator Dorian Macal supervises Commanding Officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 Cmdr. James Cho (left) tie Welded Wire Fabric (WWF) to prepare the area for concrete placement. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

 

Project Supervisor Steelworker 2nd Class Joshua Schmidt (left) and Crew Leader Builder 3rd Class Kiara Harris both assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, use measuring tapes to find the exact spot where electrical boxes will be placed. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

 

Builder 3rd Class Veronica Prado assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, uses a Forklift to unload the Roofing panels from the flatbed truck. (Photo by Builder 2nd Class Christopher J. Moore)

Port Hueneme, California

A Seabee, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5), uses a Caterpillar skidsteer to move dirt for the training course on Dozer Field. NMCB5 is conducting training to help ensure safety, proper technique usage, and help familiarize new Seabees with the equipment in preparation for an upcoming deployment. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Equipment Operator Constructionman Cameron Cook, assigned to Naval Mobile Battalion Construction Five (NMCB 5), uses a Caterpillar tractor to move and replace dirt for the training course on Dozer Field. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Builder Constructionman Alexis Davis, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5), is clearing the area of dirt and debris to prepare for cement while conducting a block training course. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

1Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5), are laying down cement and blocks to create the foundation of a new building during a block laying training course. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Builder 3rd Class Jorowen Vinluan, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5),is measuring a piece of wood in order to get the precise cut needed for the framing of an exterior wall. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Builder Constructionman Timothy Fernstrom and Builder Constructionman David Hamlin, both assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5), use Dewalt circular saws to cut pieces of wood to create gusset plates for the truss assembly. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Builder Constructionman Brent Garrison, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5), hammers a nail into the frame of an exterior wall. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

 

Builder Third Class Jorowen Vinluan, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five (NMCB5),uses a Dewalt compound miter saw to make cuts for an exterior wall. (Photo by Information Systems Technician Seamen Apprentice Deanna Velasquez)

Sapporo, Japan

Chief Builder Frank Ring, assigned to Public Works Department Far East, details the 2018 Navy Snow Team Sculpture for the 69th Annual Sapporo Snow Festival. This is the 35th year the U.S. Navy has sent a team to participate in the event. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Samuel Bacon)

 

Builder Constructionman Kyle Antrobus, assigned to Public Works Department Far East, details the 2018 Navy Snow Team Sculpture for the 69th Annual Sapporo Snow Festival. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Samuel Bacon)

Sigonella, Sicily

Builder 2nd Class Creadell Burns measures a new staircase in the public works warehouse onboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Sigonella. NAS Sigonella is an operational ashore base that enables U.S., allied, and partner nation forces to be where they are needed and when they are needed to ensure security and stability in Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christopher Gordon)

Sasebo, Japan

Seabees with Underwater Construction Team 2 (UCT 2) Construction Diving Detachment Bravo (CDDB), prepare to enter the water at Commander, Fleet Activities Sasebo (CFAS) to connect rigging to submerged steel piles on January 24, 2018. CDDB used various underwater demolition techniques including underwater cutting, explosives, and lift bags to remove hazards to navigation from Sasebo’s harbor. CDDB is on the first stop of their six-month deployment where they are conducting inspection, maintenance, and repair of various underwater and waterfront facilities in support of the Pacific Fleet. (Photo by Utilitiesman 2nd Class James Rieger)

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