Jan. 31, 2012

NMCB 3, 31st SRG Seabees Save Family of Three in Deadly Crash

By MCC(SCW/SW/AW)?Jesse A. Sherwin III, NMCB 3 NMCB 3 and 31st SRG Seabees arrive on the scene of a disastrous wreck with?an extendable-boom forklift, operated by CM2(SCW) Michael McCracken, NMCB 3. The Seabees were just in time to help the C...

Jan. 30, 2012

Spice: Not Legal. Not Healthy. Not Worth It.

From U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs Spice ? unregulated synthetic marijuana ? presents real and present risks, as well as negative health effects to our Sailors and Marines. As the newly launched campaign states, ?It?s Not L...

Jan. 30, 2012

NMCB 4 Completes Musa Qal?eh Crossing

By MC1 Russell Stewart, NMCB 4 Marines and Afghan forces prepare opening ceremonies for the Musa Qal?eh water crossing built by NMCB 4 Seabees in Afghanistan. The crossing connects locals with the Gereshk Road and Helmand province?s capital, L...

Jan. 30, 2012

Welcome to the Inaugural Issue of <i>Seabee</i> Magazine Online!

The?Seabee?Magazine Team is excited to provide you with an interactive, timely and informative publication with the latest news, video and social media resources involving all things Seabee.?By the summer of 2012, Seabee?Magazine Online will replace ...

Jan. 28, 2012

NMCB 5 'Bees Build Ops Center in Ghana

NMCB 5 Seabees work with Ghanaian Armed Forces from the 48th Engineers to construct a maritime domain awareness operations center to support Obangame Express and maritime exercises, Tema, Ghana....

Jan. 28, 2012

Keith is First Female Construction Mechanic Master Chief

CMDCM(SCW) Kathy Keith (right) awards UT2(EW) Jessica San Roque the Expeditionary Warfare pin in Afghanistan, Dec. 16. Both assigned to NMCB 4, CMDCM Keith served as a mentor for UT2 San Roque. Photo by MCC Leslie Shively...

Jan. 27, 2012

NMCB 23, Marines Reopen Guatemalan School

By Lt. Matthew Comer, HSV 2?Swift-Southern Partnership Station 2012 Public Affairs ? EO2 Michael McAfee (left), NMCB 23, embarked aboard HSV 2 Swift, and Cesar Augusto Ixim, Guatemalan Army Corps of Engineers, cut segments of pipe for a f...