Seabee Sites on
Like many segments of
American society, Seabees are joining the information
age. While the bulldozer and hammer remain our primary
tools, the keyboard and modem are becoming equally
The Seabees have a rich and colorful history. Read once,
and you'll come back for more.
Though many Seabees served in the combat zone during the Korean War, building airfields,
bridges and troop housing, many other Seabees during the Korean War served in other parts of the world to keep innocent people free from
All of the official Seabee homepages are listed here.
From the two major command and control units -- 2nd
Brigade in Little Creek, Virginia and 3rd Brigade in
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii -- to the vast logistical support
mechanism, the Seabees are the engineering force of
and Seabee Museum
Visit the world famous Seabee Museum at NCBC Port
Hueneme, California and take the monthly SeabeeQ--a quiz
designed to test your knowledge of the Seabees.
Seabee Veterans of America
The NSVA's purpose is to "promote and strengthen
comradeship between members and to preserve
'service-created friendships.'" Membership is open
to all Seabees.
Memorial Scholarship Association
The SMSA provides scholarships for sons, daughters, and
grandchildren of Seabees, both past and present, active,
reserve, or retired.
and Seabee Historical Foundation
The CEC/ Seabee Historical Foundation is a non-profit
organization whose purpose is to ensure that 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.