BEECAM: Rear Admiral Gregory Visits ELCAS Build Site

Aug. 31, 2015 | By donrochon
ByMC2Taylor Mohr, PHIBCB 2 Public Affairs
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Rear Adm. Kate Gregory, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and chief of Civil Engineers, receivesinformation about the Elevated Causeway System (ELCAS) from Equipment Operator 1st Class William Walker, a Seabee assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion (PHIBCB) 1, during an Elevated Causeway System (ELCAS) build exercise aboard JEB Little Creek, Aug. 24. ELCAS is a modular 3,000-foot pier system that can be rapidly constructed anywhere port facilities are needed for logistics over the shore (LOTS) operations. (Photo by Mass Communication 2nd Class Taylor Mohr/150824-N-IM663-013)
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Rear Adm. Kate Gregory, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and chief of Civil Engineers, speaks to Steelworker 2nd Class Brent Cook, a Seabee assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion (PHIBCB) 2, during her visit to the Elevated Causeway System (ELCAS) build exercise aboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Aug. 24. ELCAS is a modular 3,000-foot pier system that can be rapidly constructed anywhere port facilities are needed for logistics over the shore (LOTS) operations. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Taylor Mohr/150824-N-IM663-006)
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Rear Adm. Kate Gregory, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and chief of Civil Engineers, talks ELCAS-build tactics with Steelworker 2nd Class Brent Cook, a Seabee assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion (PHIBCB) 2, during her visit to the Elevated Causeway System (ELCAS) build exercise aboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Aug. 24. ELCAS is a modular 3,000-foot pier system that can be rapidly constructed anywhere port facilities are needed for logistics over the shore (LOTS) operations. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Taylor Mohr/150824-N-IM663-006) Read how Seabee divers prepared for the ELCAS buildon Seabee Online athttp://seabeemagazine.navylive.dodlive.mil/2015/07/28/diver-bees-and-gator-bees-work-together-in-support-of-elcas/.

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