NMCB 4 Det Chinhae Participates in Exercise Foal Eagle

March 24, 2016 | By Seabee Magazine
Photos by UT3 Christian Konn, NMCB 4 NMCB 4 Seabees participated in Exercise Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 2016.Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK armed forces and the U.S. Armed Forces with support of the Combined Forces Command. One of the largest military exercises in the world, it is defensive in nature and provides tactical-level units the opportunity to confirm force deployment readiness and capabilities, validate interoperability and familiarize forces with the environment. Approximately 10,600 U.S. forces participated in the exercise, with ROK forces from major ROK units representing all services also participating. The ROK Naval Forces proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Force, creating a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between Seabees from the U.S. Navy and the ROK.
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160315-N-NE195-014 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 15, 2016) - Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, align mobile air strip panels during an Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) joint training exercise, Mar. 15, as part of Foal Eagle 2016. During contingency operations in the pacific, some environments may require expedient construction of an airfield landing strip to enable aerial capabilities in select areas of operation. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
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160315-N-NE195-014 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 15, 2016) - Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, align mobile air strip panels during an Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) joint training exercise, Mar. 15, as part of Foal Eagle 2016. During contingency operations in the pacific, some environments may require expedient construction of an airfield landing strip to enable aerial capabilities in select areas of operation. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
Photo By: Mass Communication Specialist 1s
VIRIN: 160315-N-NE195-014
Seabees assigned to NMCB 4, align mobile air strip panels during an Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) joint training exercise, Mar. 15, as part of 2016 Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK). (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160315-N-NE195-014)
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VIRIN: 160324-N-XZ182-0121
CE3 Semele Fairweather, NMCB 4, aligns mobile air strip panels with a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee for an Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) joint training exercise during 2016 Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 15. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160315-N-NE195-012)
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EA1 Larzon Ong, NMCB 4, aligns mobile air strip panels with a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee during an Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) joint training exercise as part of 2016 Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 15. During contingency operations in the Pacific, some environments may require expedient construction of an airfield landing strip to enable aerial capabilities in select areas of operation. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160315-N-NE195-003)
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EA1 Larzon Ong (left), NMCB 4, instructs a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee on how to properly operate the Trimble R8 GNSS Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to take a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae facility during 2016 Exercise Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 14. The primary purpose of Foal Eagle is to demonstrate ROK - U.S. Military resolve to deter war on the Korean peninsula and to improve combined and joint operational posture of both forces. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160314-N-NE195-003)
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160314-N-NE195-002 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 14, 2016) - Engineering Aid Constructionman Alexis Chamot records a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae Facility during the 2016 Foal Eagle exercise Mar. 14. The Republic of Korea (ROK) Naval Forces have proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Engineering Corps. Joint projects have a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between U.S. Naval Seabees and the ROK Construction Battalion. Established 2001, Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK Armed Forces and the U.S. Armed Forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
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160314-N-NE195-002 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 14, 2016) - Engineering Aid Constructionman Alexis Chamot records a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae Facility during the 2016 Foal Eagle exercise Mar. 14. The Republic of Korea (ROK) Naval Forces have proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Engineering Corps. Joint projects have a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between U.S. Naval Seabees and the ROK Construction Battalion. Established 2001, Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK Armed Forces and the U.S. Armed Forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
Photo By: Mass Communication Specialist 1s
VIRIN: 160314-N-NE195-002
EACN Alexis Chamot, NMCB 4, records a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae facility during 2016 Exercise Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 14. Established 2001, Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK Armed Forces and the U.S. Armed Forces. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160314-N-NE195-002)
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160314-N-NE195-001 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 14, 2016) - Engineering Aid 1st Class Larzon Ong (Right) and Engineering Aid Constructionman Alexis Chamot (left) prepare Trimble R8 GNSS Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to take a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae Facility during the 2016 Foal Eagle exercise, Mar. 14. The Republic of Korea (ROK) Naval Forces have proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Engineering Corps. Joint projects have a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between U.S. Naval Seabees and the ROK Seabees. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
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160314-N-NE195-001 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 14, 2016) - Engineering Aid 1st Class Larzon Ong (Right) and Engineering Aid Constructionman Alexis Chamot (left) prepare Trimble R8 GNSS Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to take a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae Facility during the 2016 Foal Eagle exercise, Mar. 14. The Republic of Korea (ROK) Naval Forces have proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Engineering Corps. Joint projects have a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between U.S. Naval Seabees and the ROK Seabees. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released)
Photo By: Mass Communication Specialist 1s
VIRIN: 160314-N-NE195-001
EA1 Larzon Ong (right) and EACN Alexis Chamot, NMCB 4, prepare Trimble R8 GNSS Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to take a topographical survey for the initial design of a proposed road on the Chinhae facility during 2016 Exercise Foal Eagle, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK), March 14. The ROK Naval Forces proposed a joint construction project with the assistance of U.S. Naval Construction Force, creating a positive impact on the integrated learning process and the relationships between Seabees from the U.S. Navy and the ROK. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160314-N-NE195-001)
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VIRIN: 160330-N-XZ182-0117
BU3 Matthew Hanlin (right), NMCB 4, works with Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabees to free gravel from a prefabricated steel structure, March 8, on the ROK civil engineering training base during a 2016 Foal Eagle training exercise, Chinhae, ROK. This training is designed to practice cohesion between ROK and U.S. Navy Seabees for the potential of contingency operations in the pacific. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160308-NE195-006)
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160308-N-NE195-008 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 8, 2016) - Builder Third Class Brian Hawkins assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, and a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee, carry a 75-pound concrete block up a flight of stairs to deconstruct a portable pier during the 2016 Foal Eagle joint training exercise, Mar. 8. Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK armed forces and the U.S. Armed Forces with the support of the Combined Forces Command. One of the largest military exercises in the world, it is defensive in nature and provides tactical level units the opportunity to confirm force deployment readiness, capabilities, validate interoperability and familiarize forces with the environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released
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160308-N-NE195-008 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Mar. 8, 2016) - Builder Third Class Brian Hawkins assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4, and a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee, carry a 75-pound concrete block up a flight of stairs to deconstruct a portable pier during the 2016 Foal Eagle joint training exercise, Mar. 8. Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK armed forces and the U.S. Armed Forces with the support of the Combined Forces Command. One of the largest military exercises in the world, it is defensive in nature and provides tactical level units the opportunity to confirm force deployment readiness, capabilities, validate interoperability and familiarize forces with the environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Utilitiesman 3rd Class Christian Konn/ Released
Photo By: Mass Communication Specialist 1s
VIRIN: 160308-N-NE195-008
BU3 Brian Hawkins, NMCB 4, and a Republic of Korea (ROK) Seabee carry a 75-pound concrete block to deconstruct a portable pier during the 2016 Foal Eagle joint training exercise, Chinhae, ROK, March 8. Foal Eagle is a combined field training exercise conducted annually by the ROK armed forces and the U.S. Armed Forces with support of the Combined Forces Command. One of the largest military exercises in the world, it is defensive in nature and provides tactical-level units the opportunity to confirm force deployment readiness and capabilities, validate interoperability and familiarize forces with the environment. (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160308-N-NE195-008)
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VIRIN: 160308-N-NE195-010
Seabees assigned to NMCB 4 pose for a picture with ROK Seabees, Mar. 8, during the 2016Foal Eagle joint training exercise, Chinhae, Republic of Korea (ROK). (Photo by UT3 Christian Konn/160308-N-NE195-010)