The CEC/Seabee Historical Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization whose purpose is to ensure the proud heritage and rich history of the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps and the Navy’s military construction force, the Seabees, are properly documented, preserved and maintained. Public awareness of the contributions and accomplishments of the Seabees and the Civil Engineer Corps is a primary goal. Founded in September, 1991, the Foundation has a worldwide membership and all donations are tax deductible.
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CM1 (SCW/AW) Criston E. McClain (left) receives the Fighting Seabee Award from Rear Adm. Dave Nash (Ret.).
HC1 Gerald Jackson of the Naval Branch Health Clinic administers a Filgrastim shot to SW2 Andrew King, assigned to NMCB 11. The shot is a synthetic hormone designed to increase the number of blood stem cells in the bloodstream. King is a 100 percent match for a patient with a blood disease.
CBMU 303 Restore their Fighting Seabee!
NMCB 3’s CECN Raven Hill assembles the main support stanchion of a large-sized tent for the Ventura County Stand Down held July 24. Hill was one of 20 Seabees from NMCB 3 who provided, set up and broke down 13 large-sized tents each able to house 12 homeless veterans. Seabees from across Ventura County have consistently volunteered during the Ventura County Stand Down since its inception in 1993.
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