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SEABEE PHOTOS
U.S. Navy Equipment Operator 3rd Class Yue Zhao, from Los Angeles, Chief Equipment Operator Christian Ransomer, from Dayton, Ohio, and Construction Mechanic Constructionman Apprentice Austin Loller, from Fort Smith, Arkansas, dig a trench with an excavator at the National Referral Hospital in Honiara, Solomon Islands, during Pacific Partnership 2024-1, Nov. 22, 2023.
Village residents and Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 1 pose for a group photo during the commissioning of the Nutekpor District Assembly Basic School Nutekpor, Ghana, July 14, 2023.
Petty Officer 1st Class Cassandra Begay explains construction aspects of a newly built home to visiting leadership as part of a charitable contribution and training opportunity in partnership with the Southwest Indian Foundation.
Royal Navy Capt. Joseph Dransfield, Pacific Partnership 2023 Deputy Mission Commander, presents a dedication plaque to Mr. Le Trung Thu, the principal of the Le Quy Don School, a Pacific Partnership 2023 renovation site, at the conclusion of the work completed by the Seabees at the school, Aug. 17
Navy Reserve Sailors pose for a group photo in front of a newly constructed home they built as a charitable contribution and training opportunity in partnership with the Southwest Indian Foundation.
Builder 3rd Class Thomas Clark, from Shirley, Massachusetts, installs a corrugated roof during a mass casualty exercise.
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