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Alfa
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the automotive, construction and
materials-handling equipment assigned to the battalion.
Bravo
 Responsible for water, sanitary sewer, and power distribution systems, fuel systems, and
communications projects.
 Bravo Company serves as a mini public works department providing for maintenance and
operation of the unit’s camp.
Charlie/Delta
The battalion’s general construction company. They are the prime contractors and
occasional subcontractors; normally equal in strength and capabilities; they function as
prime contractors for vertical construction.
Hotel/Headquarters
The administrative and military organization for all enlisted personnel assigned to the
NMCB’s executive and special staffs. They provided support to the line companies in
construction and disaster recovery operations.
Describe the mission of Convoy Security Element (CSE).
Convoys are planned to organize and control road movements. This includes tactical
movement of combat forces, tactical movement of logistics units and the movement of
personnel, supplies and equipment to support forces in combat
State the purpose of and describe Combat Operation Center (COC)
 A COC is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information and is manned by watch standers at CBR, Operations, and Fire
Support Coordinator desks. The COC has an organic communications capability that
provides visual and internal/external, tactical and secure, voice and data communications
systems. NMCBs can also implement OPSEC measures.
 The COC is used to maintain command and control of battalion in tactical environment
 Manned by watch standers at CBR (S-2), Operations (S-3), and Fire Support Coordinator
board, plus communicators and watch officer
State the purpose of and describe Alternate Combat Operation Center (ACOC)
Requires the same information and set-up as COC; assumes control of battalion if COC is
destroyed.
State the purpose of and describe Company Command Post (CP)
 The CP is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information that is in its AOR to the COC and is manned by a watch stander and a
member of the Company’s senior leadership.
 The central point from which company operations are directed.
 The CP is established to provide the company commander centralized command and
control facilities for the platoons assigned to the company.
State the purpose of and describe Air Detachment (AIRDET)
The mission of the Air DET, as an advance element of an NMCB, is to repair war damage
and construct urgent projects as required by major operational plans or as tasked by a
MAGTF commander. Although its tasking is mission-dependent, the Air DET generally
spans the scope of possible NMCB construction tasks. Refer to Appendix B for specific
construction capabilities.
AIRDET Orginazation
task-organized, 89 personnel, 35-45 pieces of CESE, 48 hours
Alfa
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the automotive, construction and
materials-handling equipment assigned to the battalion.
Bravo
 Responsible for water, sanitary sewer, and power distribution systems, fuel systems, and
communications projects.
 Bravo Company serves as a mini public works department providing for maintenance and
operation of the unit’s camp.
Charlie/Delta
The battalion’s general construction company. They are the prime contractors and
occasional subcontractors; normally equal in strength and capabilities; they function as
prime contractors for vertical construction.
Hotel/Headquarters
The administrative and military organization for all enlisted personnel assigned to the
NMCB’s executive and special staffs. They provided support to the line companies in
construction and disaster recovery operations.
Describe the mission of Convoy Security Element (CSE).
Convoys are planned to organize and control road movements. This includes tactical
movement of combat forces, tactical movement of logistics units and the movement of
personnel, supplies and equipment to support forces in combat
State the purpose of and describe Combat Operation Center (COC)
 A COC is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information and is manned by watch standers at CBR, Operations, and Fire
Support Coordinator desks. The COC has an organic communications capability that
provides visual and internal/external, tactical and secure, voice and data communications
systems. NMCBs can also implement OPSEC measures.
 The COC is used to maintain command and control of battalion in tactical environment
 Manned by watch standers at CBR (S-2), Operations (S-3), and Fire Support Coordinator
board, plus communicators and watch officer
State the purpose of and describe Alternate Combat Operation Center (ACOC)
Requires the same information and set-up as COC; assumes control of battalion if COC is
destroyed.
State the purpose of and describe Company Command Post (CP)
 The CP is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information that is in its AOR to the COC and is manned by a watch stander and a
member of the Company’s senior leadership.
 The central point from which company operations are directed.
 The CP is established to provide the company commander centralized command and
control facilities for the platoons assigned to the company.
State the purpose of and describe Air Detachment (AIRDET)
The mission of the Air DET, as an advance element of an NMCB, is to repair war damage
and construct urgent projects as required by major operational plans or as tasked by a
MAGTF commander. Although its tasking is mission-dependent, the Air DET generally
spans the scope of possible NMCB construction tasks. Refer to Appendix B for specific
construction capabilities.
AIRDET Orginazation
task-organized, 89 personnel, 35-45 pieces of CESE, 48 hours
Alfa
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the automotive, construction and
materials-handling equipment assigned to the battalion.
Bravo
 Responsible for water, sanitary sewer, and power distribution systems, fuel systems, and
communications projects.
 Bravo Company serves as a mini public works department providing for maintenance and
operation of the unit’s camp.
Charlie/Delta
The battalion’s general construction company. They are the prime contractors and
occasional subcontractors; normally equal in strength and capabilities; they function as
prime contractors for vertical construction.
Hotel/Headquarters
The administrative and military organization for all enlisted personnel assigned to the
NMCB’s executive and special staffs. They provided support to the line companies in
construction and disaster recovery operations.
Describe the mission of Convoy Security Element (CSE).
Convoys are planned to organize and control road movements. This includes tactical
movement of combat forces, tactical movement of logistics units and the movement of
personnel, supplies and equipment to support forces in combat
State the purpose of and describe Combat Operation Center (COC)
 A COC is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information and is manned by watch standers at CBR, Operations, and Fire
Support Coordinator desks. The COC has an organic communications capability that
provides visual and internal/external, tactical and secure, voice and data communications
systems. NMCBs can also implement OPSEC measures.
 The COC is used to maintain command and control of battalion in tactical environment
 Manned by watch standers at CBR (S-2), Operations (S-3), and Fire Support Coordinator
board, plus communicators and watch officer
State the purpose of and describe Alternate Combat Operation Center (ACOC)
Requires the same information and set-up as COC; assumes control of battalion if COC is
destroyed.
State the purpose of and describe Company Command Post (CP)
 The CP is capable of collecting, processing, displaying, evaluating, and disseminating
tactical information that is in its AOR to the COC and is manned by a watch stander and a
member of the Company’s senior leadership.
 The central point from which company operations are directed.
 The CP is established to provide the company commander centralized command and
control facilities for the platoons assigned to the company.
State the purpose of and describe Air Detachment (AIRDET)
The mission of the Air DET, as an advance element of an NMCB, is to repair war damage
and construct urgent projects as required by major operational plans or as tasked by a
MAGTF commander. Although its tasking is mission-dependent, the Air DET generally
spans the scope of possible NMCB construction tasks. Refer to Appendix B for specific
construction capabilities.
AIRDET Orginazation
task-organized, 89 personnel, 35-45 pieces of CESE, 48 hours
Describe the mission of Seabee Engineer Reconnaissance Teams (SERT).
The SERT’s primary mission is to collect and assess engineering intelligence and project
information for the supported or parent unit for design and tasking of constructed work. The
team must be able to perform this mission in a hostile environment, mounted or dismounted,
during day or night, in the full range of projected operational environments, and must possess
long-range voice and data communications capability. NO LONGER IN EXISTENCE
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Admin/Personnel (S-1):
o Senior assistant to the XO
o Prepares admin reports, maintains tickler file on recurring reports
o Maintain battalion library on directives and pubs
o Draft and produce internal pubs (POW)
o Maintain service records
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Intel (S-2):
o Maintain library of contingency plans and maps
o Supporting plans for combat support and disaster recovery
o Operate the armory
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Operations (S-3):
o Planning, scheduling, and managing of battalion construction, combat, and disaster
recovery Ops
o Construction quality
o Evaluation of received OPORDS, prepare internal OPORDS for battalion
o Assigns enlisted personnel to departments, companies, and detachments
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Supply (S-4):
o Procuring, receiving, storing, issuing, and accounting for all equipment, repair parts,
and construction material
o Disburses funds for purchases, pay, and allowances
o Operates dining facility, barber shop, central store room, central tool room
o Operates mail system
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Comm/ADP (S-6):
o The S6 is responsible for tactical communications training, equipment, and procedures
o Responsible for installation, training, and maintenance of all ADP equipment
Describe the duties and responsibilities of Training (S-7):
o Scheduling and monitoring technical and military training
o Schedules classrooms, ranges, and spaces for training
o Prepares homeport training plan
Special Staff (X codes):
Chaplain, Medical, Dental, Disaster Preparedness Officer, Embarkaction Officer, Legal, Ordnance Officer, Public Affairs Officer, Security Officer, Special Services Officer, Marine Advisor, Chief MA, Career Counselor
State the duties and responsibilities of the Company Chief.
 The Company Chief is normally the senior enlisted person in the company.
 As an assistant to the Company Commander his/her duties and responsibilities include.
 Enforcing the policies of the Company Commander
 Supervision and administration of the company
 Inspect company berthing and work spaces
 Provide guidance and counsel to company personnel