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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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PEARL HARBOR - Throughout World War II, approximately 250,000 forward-deployed Seabees constructed and repaired bases in Guadalcanal, communication stations in Papua New Guinea and bunkers to assist the war effort. Today, the number of forward-deployed Seabees operating in the Pacific is around 800. They operate in the Philippines, Timor-Leste, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Vietnam, Japan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Pohnpei Palawan, Indonesia, Diego Garcia, Guam, South Korea, San Clemente, California and Hawaii building schools, hospitals, and providing humanitarian assistance. (U.S. Navy graphic by MC2 Kenneth Rodriguez Santiago)

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