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SEABEE Online provides dynamic coverage of Seabee contributions to global security, maritime strategy and humanitarian efforts around the world – and tells the builder-fighter story with vibrant imagery, interactive links and video. Check back often for late-breaking news and updates. Seabee heritage, command news, training, and reunions are also communicated through our virtual pages. Stay with the Seabee nation through SEABEE Online – Can Do!

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150603-N-VY938-002 PORT HUENEME, Calif. (June 3, 2015) – Sancho Johnson and Chris Suter, wounded warrior participants, prepares for cycling event during the wounded warriors training at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme. The Wounded Warrior Project was once a program to help provide comfort items to wounded service members, but has now grown into a rehabilitative effort to assist warriors as they transition to the civilian life. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 Seabee volunteers helped make the wounded warriors’ week long stay more comfortable. (U.S. Navy photo by Construction Electrician Constructionman Curtis Lee/RELEASED.)

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