BEECAM: A 'Bee Debriefs After Return from Western Africa

Dec. 10, 2014 | By Seabee Magazine
Photo by MC2 Benjamin Wooddy
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141125-N-AC237-030 HAMPTON, Va. (Nov 25, 2014) Chief Equipment Operator Jason Knifely, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133, answers questions from reporters during a media availability period for the service members finishing their 21-day controlled monitoring period at Langley Air Force Base. The 21-day controlled monitoring period comes as a precautionary measure after Sailors from NMCB-133 returned from a recent deployment to western Africa to help construct medical facilities due to the recent outbreak of Ebola. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin Wooddy/Released)
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141125-N-AC237-030 HAMPTON, Va. (Nov 25, 2014) Chief Equipment Operator Jason Knifely, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133, answers questions from reporters during a media availability period for the service members finishing their 21-day controlled monitoring period at Langley Air Force Base. The 21-day controlled monitoring period comes as a precautionary measure after Sailors from NMCB-133 returned from a recent deployment to western Africa to help construct medical facilities due to the recent outbreak of Ebola. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin Wooddy/Released)
Photo By: MC2 Benjamin Wooddy
VIRIN: 141125-N-AC237-030
EOC Jason Knifely, NMCB 133, answers reporters' questions from Hampton, Va., Nov. 25, during a media availability period for service members finishing their 21-day controlled monitoring period at Langley Air Force Base. The 21-day controlled monitoring period comes as a precautionary measure after NMCB 133 Seabees returned from a recent deployment to western Africa to help construct medical facilities due to the recent outbreak of Ebola.