8 February

1967NMCB-133 Main Body began arriving at Camp Faulkner, Da Nang East. The movement was completed on 12 February 1967.

1968NMCB-62 Detail Sierra Alpha, consisting of 15 men, departed Camp Haskins South for Hai Van Pass to provide construction support for the 1st LAAM Battalion A Battery. The Detail rejoined the Battalion on 02 March 1968
Seabee Team 5802 arrived in-country and was initially employed at Saigon, later moving to Soc Trang. Employed by OICC CBPAC DET RVN to perform construction support of USAID projects
NMCB-4 sent a message that the Battalion was ready to deploy.
The aggressive determination and responsiveness of MCB-121 kept Route 1 open in the Phu Bai/Phu Loc region during the entire Viet Cong Tet Offensive despite deadline equipment from road mine damage and enemy harassment. The majority of MCB-121s vertical effort was directed to the high priority new construction needed to support several newly arrived U.S. Army units. Among the completed projects were a 40 x 80 foot operations bunker which was built to withstand a direct 122-mm rocket hit, 1000 feet of revetments, and 4 additional bunkers. Other projects completed by Phu Bai-based MCB-121 included a bakery, two administration buildings, and one Butler building.

1970NMCB-7 personnel observed holiday routine in connection with the battalion mid-deployment.
NMCB-10 Detail Juliett departed for Quang Tri to inventory materials held by NMCB-74 Detail Alpha and commenced grading of western approach of the Quang Tri Highway Bridge.

1971NMCB-74 deployed a Well Drilling Crew of 5 enlisted men to Vung Tau enroute to Rach Dua.
NMCB-3s Detail Indus returned to camp Haskins South from Monkey Mountain after successfully pioneering a road and grading an antenna site.

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