|90th Seabees USNCB Homepage|
includes Reunion information and links to other Seabee sites.
|Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)|
Consolidation of base operating support services at Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme and Naval Air Station, Point Mugu.
|Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, CA|
|Naval Construction Force|
The Seabee Internet web site. This site will provide families and friends of the Seabees with up-to-date information on their loved ones whether on deployment or in homeport training. The site now encompasses 90% of active duty Naval Construction Force (NCF) Units and over 60% of reserve NCF Units.
Site primarily for the X-2 Mobile Navy Seabee veterans.
|The Civil Engineer Corps and Seabee Museum|
The museum, in Port Hueneme, California, was founded in 1947. The museum features weapons, uniforms, insignia, models, and other artifacts related to the U.S. Navy's Civil Engineer Corps (CEC), starting in the 19th century to present, and treats the history of the Seabees as they have evolved from WWII to recent times.
|The Navy Seabee Experience - NMCB 17|
Personal page with combat training photos, history and crew lists of the 17th Battalion Navy Seabees, NMCB 17.