Seabee Log Index
Chronology of Movement of the 101st NCB
in World War II
|July 6, 1943
||The 101st Naval Construction Battalion is formed at Naval
Construction Training Center Camp Peary, Williamsburg, Va.
|July 6, 1943
||The battalion boards trains and departs Camp Peary.
|July 8, 1943
||The battalion arrives at NCTC Camp Endicott, Davisville, R.I.
|August 13, 1943
||The 101st NCB is placed in commission by Capt. F. N. Rogers,
USN, Retired, Commanding Officer of NCTC Camp Endicott.
|August 15, 1943
||The battalion is transferred to Advanced Base Depot Gulfport,
|August 16, 1943
||The battalion boards training and departs Camp Endicott.
|August 19, 1943
||The battalion arrives at ABD Gulfport.
|November 3, 1943
||The battalion boards training and departs Gulfport.
|November 7, 1943
||The battalion arrived at Camp Rousseau, Port Hueneme, Calif.
|November 22, 1943
||The battalion departed Camp Rousseau and arrived at AATC Point
Mugu on the same day.
|April 25, 1944
||The battalion departed Point Mugu.
|May 1, 1944
||The battalion arrived at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and was assigned
to Area 12 on Moanalus Ridge. The 101st NCB was attached to the
7th Naval Construction Regiment of the 2nd Naval Construction
|September 19, 1944
||The battalion was detached from the 7th NCR of the 2nd NC
Brigade and is attached to the 39th NCR in preparation for the
invasion of Saipan.
|September 21, 1944
||The battalion departed Pearl Harbor.
|October 3, 1944
||The battalion arrived off Saipan. Landing is deplayed due to a
|October 6, 1944
||The 101st NCB landed on Saipan.
||One company of the battalion operating at Leyte, Philippines.
||One company of the battalion is still operating at Leyte. The
exact dates of its transfer and return to the battalion are
|June 20, 1945
||The battalion departed Saipan. It remains attached to the 39th
|June 26, 1945
||The 101st NCB arrives at Okinawa and is temporarily attached
to the 11th NC Brigade.
|July 10, 1945
||The battalion is re-attached to the 39th NCR of the 11th NC
|November 24, 1945
||The 101st NCB is decommissioned on Okinawa.