PHIBCB TWO 'Bees Assist Coast Guard

Oct. 31, 2013 | By Seabee Magazine
Photos by MC3 Taylor Mohr, PHIBCB TWO Sailors assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion Two (PHIBCB TWO) leads an operation in an effort to tow a Coast Guard channel marker buoy off of a public beach using a Improved Navy Lighterage System (INLS) Warping tug. Sailors used a Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) to attach a line to the buoy which was then towed out to the USCGC Frank Drew (WLM-557) for retrieval and delivery.
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VIRIN: 131031-N-ZZ182-4874
BM3 Robert Hartle, PHIBCB TWO, assesses buoy stranded on public beach.
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BM3 Robert Hartle, PHIBCB TWO, acts as deck supervisor during the operation to tow a Coast Guard channel marker buoy off of a public beach.
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VIRIN: 131031-N-ZZ182-4878
The buoy aboard USCGC Frank Drew (WLM-557).
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PHIBCB TWO Seabees aboard a Combat Rubber Raisding Craft (CRRC) position the retrieved Coast Guard channel marker buoy.