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Navy Seabee Veterans of America was formed March 5, 1947

  • Island X-2 TWIN CITIES, MN. Has been a chartered Island of the Navy Seabee Veterans Of America, Inc., since July 1994. Membership is open to all who have served & are serving with the U.S. Navy Seabees.
  • Minnesota Twin Cities Island X-2, TWIN CITIES, MN has 76 members,


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Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 6:20 PM
Subject: New photos of NMCB-23 members of Tactical Movement Team in Fallujah, Iraq

Shipmates, friends, and SEABEE family members,

Finally some new content on this official site! Two photos of SEABEES of NMCB-23 performing security and reconstruction assessment missions in one of the "hottest" hot spots in Iraq. These activated reservist SEABEES now rely on their own well-trained and well-armed battalion members for security while determining what reconstruction work can be done in the midst of the ongoing insurgency battles. They now do for themselves what they formerly relied on Marine security details to do for them in the past. Self-reliance and self-protection are exactly what brought the SEABEES into being early in World War II. SEABEES "CAN DO" and they continue to prove it every day! ATWWOSK ! "Stormin' "

Click here: http://www.news.navy.mil/local/view_photos.asp?id=95

More video here

 

We should all be proud of our SEABEES active and reserve, who work so hard, and sacrifice so much, under difficult conditions to get the job done!

 


Seabee Team equipment 1970, picture is a MRS Scraper Pan, Lorain Truck Crane, and military dump trucks.

 

       

 

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