15 Seabees from Naval Mobile Contruction Battalion 133 returned to CJTF-HOA following a Four-Month Assignment in Liberia

Following a four-month assignment in Liberia setting up tents and
constructing medical facilities, in support of Operation United Endeavor, 15
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 returned to CJTF-HOA.

Following a four-month assignment in Liberia setting up tents and constructing medical facilities, in support of Operation United Endeavor, 15 Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 returned to CJTF-HOA.  Rear Adm. Alexander Krongard, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa deputy commander, and Sgt. Maj. Bonnie Skinner, senior enlisted leader, CJTF-HOA, were on hand to welcome them. Prior to their return from Liberia, the 15 Seabees completed a 21-day observation period and will finish out their deployment here at CJTF-HOA with NMCB 133. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kevin Iinuma)

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