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"With compassion for others
we build - we fight
for peace with freedom!"

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 71 served in Viet Nam and also supported the National Science Foundation by constructing the New South Pole station in Antarctica.  

This web page is dedicated to the men who served in MCB-71. 

This page will always be under construction -- Seabees like things that way!

Please explore our pages and the links to this page and learn about the men of MCB-71, their efforts in Viet Nam and construction work in one of the world's harshest climates - South Pole Station, Antarctica.  Also explore Seabee links and learn about today's Seabees who continue the tradition of building and defending America.

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2008 Reunion:  Tuesday August 5 through Saturday August 9, 2008 in Washington, DC. Click here for more details



Latest 2007 MCB 71 "Transit" Newsletter Click to view (requires Acrobat Reader)



New Photos from Seabee Team 7105 in Vietnam: A member sent these photos and they are posted as of 6/2/07



Searching for records of Seabees? We get many requests for information on fathers, grandfathers and brothers or Sisters who were in the Navy or Seabees during WW-II, Korea or Viet Nam.  Click here for some help in researching military records.

Tribute to our Veterans of all eras.  Click here.

The 100 Best Military photos of all time. Click Here

Reading List -- Some great Seabee books. Click here

About this page: This website was made possible by a Grant from Military Education Association.  MEA, Inc. is a registered Educational Non-profit (charity) organization under 501(c)(3)  of IRS code.  All contributions are fully tax deductible. MEA is dedicated to telling the stories of our men and women in uniform to education future generations about the sacrifices made in far away lands to preserve freedom in America.

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