Welcome to the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum’s blog page sponsored by the Naval History and Heritage Command. This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on the Seabee Museum. Please visit our official homepage at http://www.history.navy.mil/seabeemuseum

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U.S. Navy Seabee Museum
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6 comments on “About

  1. David Hines says:

    May I have the email address of Robyn King in order to reply to a letter received by her.


  2. Robert Anstead says:

    As an old Seabee, I would like to buy something to indicate that I served in the CBs (ACB 1),;e.g., a CB cap. I live in a retirement community and I see all these other veterans with their hats indicating where they served Does th museum carry anything like that? Thank you.


  3. Jackie says:

    My father made a model of a Rhino barge and I would like to donate it;it’s approximately 3 feet long.


  4. Dean Handley says:

    Can I get an email for Ingi House concerning donations of items. They are items from my father’s collection, he was a member of UCT-2, and he has passed them on to me.


  5. guamjeff says:

    Hello I’m the Andersen AFB Historian and recently received a request from the Granddaughter of a SEABEE named CM2 Andre Leo “Andrew” Labbe who was killed during fighting on Guam in WWII. She said there was a chapel named after him here on Guam called the “Labbe Chapel.” She is hoping that some photos of the chapel still exist and to have photos sent to the family or any in historical records somewhere that could be provided to her. Thanks!


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