REUNIONS UPDATE

Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 1 Seabees at a reunion in August 2014.


Are you planning an upcoming reunion? Send us your reunion details to have them shared on this page. Send them to Seabee.online@navy.mil.

 

Upcoming Reunions and Seabee Balls

March 2019

March 2, 2019 | NSVA Island X-3 Military Ball | North Georgia Technical College, Blairsville, GA

Edwin Crenshaw | For updates and contact NSVA Island X-3 Georgia

April 2019

April 4-7, 2019 | MCB 40 | Hilton Garden Inn Schaumburg, Chicago, IL

Bruce Cheek | 563-349-4129 | seabee40@cstelridge.com

Kevin Carpenter | 516-799-5897 | collectorkc46@gmail.com

June 2019 

May 4, 2019 | All ’90-’91 Desert Storm & Desert Shield NMCB 74 Seabees | For more information contact:

Joshua Turner | j.turner4771@gmail.com | www.seabee74.org | Facebook: NMCB 74 Desert Storm Veterans

August 2019 

August 10, 2019, 1100-1900 | NSVA Island X-1 4th Annual All Seabee Picnic | Douglas Dam Overlook Public Park, Kodak, TN

BUC Ray McPeek | 865-776-1051 nsva_island_x1tn@yahoo.com

 

 

 

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SEND US YOUR REUNION PHOTOS AND YOU MAY SEE THEM PUBLISHED ON THIS PAGE!

Please identify: reunion, date, individuals in photo and photographer. Send to: seabee.online@navy.mil.



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130507-N-SD120-001 OKINAWA, Japan (May 7, 2013) Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 5 Seabees begin placing the expanded polystyrene walls together on an alternative building structure being built on Camp Marvin G. Shields. The structure is made out of expanded polystyrene blocks and a layer of a concrete mix. Expanded polystyrene is a similar material to white foam coolers except it is thicker and fire resistant. After the concrete mix is applied to the interior and exterior of the building, it is rated as being able to withstand hurricane winds and earthquakes. The structure was built in five days, while Seabees train in preparation for NMCB 5 construction projects in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. NMCB 5 is currently supporting Navy and joint forces throughout the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class John P. Curtis/Released)

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