The use of Seabees to perform maintenance and repair on Naval facilities in the continental United States
LeNoir, Walter M.
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A masters report on the use of Seabees to supplement the other facility management assets that Navy Public Works Officers and Staff Civil Engineers have at their disposal. Every tool possible must be utilized to effectively manage and maintain the Navy's facility assets totaling 171 billion dollars. The paper will discuss Naval Mobile Construction Battalions, Construction Battalion Units, and individual Seabees assigned to shore installations. Chapter 1 of this report provides an introduction and background to the Naval Construction Force and Navy Public Works. Chapter 2 discusses some of the areas for utilization of Seabees into maintenance and repair. Chapter 3 discusses the costs and benefits for Seabee utilization. Chapter 4 provides a conclusion and some discussion on the topic of this paper.
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