CBMU 202 Mainbody

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08/14/2020
MyNavy HR

MyNavy HR

As Task Force One Navy leaders have listened and learned from fleet Sailors, a common theme has evolved. Many feel they have been disrespected by others who use derogatory remarks to undermine their dignity. We break down this phenomena called microaggressions and issue a challenge leaders at all levels to place respect at the core of our team cohesiveness.

200709-N-SW412-1003VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 9, 2020) Lieutenant Blaine Henning, Civil Engineer Corps, from Richmond, Tex...
08/14/2020

200709-N-SW412-1003
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 9, 2020) Lieutenant Blaine Henning, Civil Engineer Corps, from Richmond, Texas, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Gold Star in Lieu of Third Award from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for serving as Executive Officer from May 2018 to August 2020. Lieutenant Henning’s superb oversight of 400 active and reserve sailors across multiple locations and outstanding program management and focus on quality training evolutions enabled the construction of eight homeport projects valued at $5.4M. Additionally, his engagement across all departments, to include training, operations, and reserve integration, resulted in a battalion readiness increase of 32 percent in just 24 months. By his noteworthy accomplishments, perseverance, and devotion to duty, Lieutenant Henning reflected credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. Thank you for all you have done for the 202 family Sir! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200708-N-SW412-2002VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 8, 2020) Chief Yeoman Cristina Ordonez, from Clearwater, Florida, assigned t...
08/13/2020

200708-N-SW412-2002
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 8, 2020) Chief Yeoman Cristina Ordonez, from Clearwater, Florida, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Gold Star in Lieu of the Second Award from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for serving as administrative officer and legal officer, from June 2017 to July 2020. Chief Ordonez’s superb leadership directly contributed to the battalion’s success by ensuring mission support through administering advancement exams, pay and personnel transactions, and awards to 400 active and reserve sailors across multiple locations which resulted in a near perfect readiness to deploy inspection. Additionally, as legal officer, her expert knowledge enabled the successful processing of 28 legal cases. By her noteworthy accomplishments perseverance, and devotion to duty, Chief Ordonez reflected credit upon herself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. Congratulations to you Chief! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200702-N-SW412-2003VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 Alfa Company is ...
08/13/2020

200702-N-SW412-2003
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 Alfa Company is responsible for over 50 pieces of Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE). They perform routine maintenance checks on a daily basis by changing oil, rotating tires or fixing electrical issues. Alfa company is made up of Equipment Operators (EO) and Construction Mechanics (CM), they perform all horizontal construction that is required by the battalion. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200505-N-SW412-1003 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (May 5, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 Camp Maintenance...
08/06/2020

200505-N-SW412-1003
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (May 5, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 Camp Maintenance maintains the upkeep of our compound and office spaces. During COVID we have been able to take advantage of the down time to make minor repairs to our office spaces and the necessary lawn care. We take pride in our appearance and thank camp maintenance for their efforts. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

08/06/2020

Team,

It is my absolute pleasure to share with you our latest advancements!

CM3 Zachary Arabie
YN2 Justin Asbury
EA2 Sydney Coaxum
EA1 Jessica Couvillier
SW2 Sergey Gorobets
EO2 William Griffeth
CE3 Matthew Gross
BU3 Samuel Hilder
LS2 Everett Kannady (just checked out)
CM2 Patrick Kantz
BU2 Charles Linderman
CM2 Daniel Mullen
BU3 Camryn Poole
LS2 Brandon Rivers
SW2 Jaquan Salaam
EA3 Jordan Samuel
BU1 Mariana SanchezGonzalez
BU3 William Schwind
BU3 Jacob SimpsonJenkins
BU2 Michael Strader
CE3 Taylor Szczesniak
EO2 Taylor Vincent (just checked out)
UT2 Kyle Webb
EA1 Jason White

Congratulations to all!

Very respectfully,

Kimberly Mazur
LCDR, CEC, USN
Commanding Officer
@NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200625-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 25, 2020) Construction Electrician Chief Eric Gwinn, from Meadow Bridge, Wes...
08/06/2020

200625-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 25, 2020) Construction Electrician Chief Eric Gwinn, from Meadow Bridge, West Virginia, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for serving as Quality Control Chief from August 2018 to June 2020. Displaying superior leadership, Chief Gwinn led 150 Seabees in the execution of all aspects of Construction Management and Quality Assurance as evident in the on-time construction of a 4,000 square foot pre-engineered building, additionally, employing the highest standards of quality control, he led the completion of three projects and eight commanding officer’s discretionary projects, totaling 2,000 man-days and valued at $2M, with zero quality deficiencies. By his noteworthy accomplishments, perseverance, and devotion to duty, Chief Gwinn reflected credit upon himself and upheld traditions of the United States Naval Service. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200610-N-SW412-1004VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 10, 2020) Construction Electrician 2nd Class Jeran McAdams, from Hobbs, New ...
08/06/2020

200610-N-SW412-1004
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 10, 2020) Construction Electrician 2nd Class Jeran McAdams, from Hobbs, New Mexico, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for his duties as the central tool room work center supervisor at CBMU 202 from May 2018 to May 2020. Petty Officer McAdams skillfully supervised seven sailors in the completion of 150 preventative maintenance checks with zero discrepancies. His supervision ensured 100% equipment and tool availability in support of four construction projects onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. Additionally, he led nine personnel in achieving 12 monthly inventories for 79 tool kit assemblies valued at $5.6M with a 99% accountability rate. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

FORCM U.S. Navy Seabees
07/17/2020

FORCM U.S. Navy Seabees

Seabees, this guide was created based on your feedback…

Thank You for your input as well as CMDCM Laurie, CMDCM Lopez, CUCM Sherman, MC1 Granger, YN1 Padilla and many others who provided input on multiple occasions along the way. This was truly a Team Effort! What I also like about this guide is the Goal Setting Worksheet, it’s never too early or too late to set goals: Let’s Get After It!

Michael Gerber stated, “The difference between great people and everyone else is that great people create their lives actively, while everyone else is created by their lives, passively waiting to see where life takes them next. The difference between the two is the difference between living fully and just existing.” This enlisted career guide will aid us to live fully and I would like to take this opportunity to briefly discuss the purpose of it, provide thoughts on a successful career and share my expectations to you as a leader.

The purpose of this guide is fairly simple, but powerful. The Seabees prior to you and I, have built a strong foundation as our Force continues to excel and evolve in this ever changing environment. With that being said, this document will continue our “Can-Do” culture and provide you the knowledge and tools needed throughout your career. You are responsible for the management of your career, engaging with your Chain of Command, and Detailers to assist you in achieving your professional and personal milestones; use this roadmap. What does success look like as a leader?

Success is based on sustained superior performance in a variety of positions and geographic locations, continued professional growth and education, and demonstrated leadership in all situations. I challenge you to take advantage of every opportunity, furthering your experience and education as you continue to grow as leaders and to “pay it forward”. You will be faced with adversity along the way; nonetheless, the camaraderie amongst each other reaffirms we are in this together and there is no greater responsibility to serve and defend our family and the Constitution when called upon. We will remain “continuous learners” and below are my expectations for you, as well as myself.

Expectation is defined as, “a belief that someone will or should achieve something.” These expectations are easy to say and understand; nevertheless, may be difficult to achieve on a daily basis. They remind me, and I hope you, to live actively and stay motivated!

• Be humble (confidently): Challenge yourself and peers, stay committed and remember no one is successful by themselves.

• Be honest: At times this can be tough however, we all need feedback in understanding our blind spots. Always be fair and respectful regardless of rank during these discussions.

• Be consistent: It is our diversity that makes us strong and the greatest Navy in the world. Respect one another, stay committed to your core and step-in when someone needs help.

• Leave a legacy: What is your legacy going to be? If you influence one person, what do you want them to say/remember about you and about the Seabees.

• Have fun: This took me awhile to understand during my career… Don’t go crazy, stay focused and reflect on the impact you are making and what/who you represent.

In closing, the success of your peer, fire team, squad, company, command, Seabees, Navy and Nation relies on your ability to accomplish the mission every time and take care of one another. I expect us to make “One Degree of Difference” in everything we do and “Never Lower Our Standards for Anyone.” I look forward to discussing this further with you in person.

Can Do!
Force
#212°

To download your digital copy of the Seabee Enlisted Career Guide, click the link below:
https://seabeemagazine.navylive.dodlive.mil/files/2020/07/Seabee-Enlisted-Career-Guide-Digital.pdf

200701-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 1, 2020) Builder Samuel Hilder, from Jackson, Michigan, Builder Camryn Poole...
07/17/2020

200701-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 1, 2020) Builder Samuel Hilder, from Jackson, Michigan, Builder Camryn Poole, from Chicago, Illinois, and Equipment Operator Austin Lannon, from Flint, Michigan, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, updates CBMU 202’s triad board with our new Executive Officer’s name. Welcome aboard Lt. Tyler Williams! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200403-N-SW412-1002VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (April 3, 2020) Utilitiesman 2nd Class Davidwayne Graham, from Anthem, Arizona, as...
07/17/2020

200403-N-SW412-1002
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (April 3, 2020) Utilitiesman 2nd Class Davidwayne Graham, from Anthem, Arizona, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, constructs an 18-key box for Alfa Company to organize and maintain accountability for their Civil Engineer Support Equipment. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200610-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 10, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Joey Patneaude, from Fort Smith, Arkansas, ...
07/17/2020

200610-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 10, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Joey Patneaude, from Fort Smith, Arkansas, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives Sailor of the Quarter for 2nd Quarter Fiscal Year (FY) 20 from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur for outstanding performance of his duties while serving as Material Liaison Office (MLO) Manager from January 2020 to March 2020. Petty Officer Patneaude demonstrated exceptional knowledge, meticulous organization, and keen attention to detail by ensuring prompt and on time delivery of material and services. His efforts directly supported the placement of 200 cubic yards of concrete and the vertical construction of a 3,600 square foot training facility valued at $960K. His hard work and dedication has kept the 900 man-day project on track with a timely and on schedule completion date. Petty Officer Patneaude’s superb professionalism, personal initiative and loyal dedication to duty reflected credit upon himself, this command and the United States naval Service. Congratulations on your accomplishment! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200629-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 29, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Sydney Thorne, from Chillicothe, Missouri, ...
07/15/2020

200629-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 29, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Sydney Thorne, from Chillicothe, Missouri, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is reenlisted into the U.S. Navy by Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur. Congratulations and best wishes at your next assigment! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200702-N-SW412-1002 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020) Equipment Operator Constructionman Austin Lannon, from Flint, Mich...
07/13/2020

200702-N-SW412-1002
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020) Equipment Operator Constructionman Austin Lannon, from Flint, Michigan, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for his duties as Alfa Company’s Assistant Safety Officer and Project Crewmember from May 2018 to June 2020. He provided 165 safety briefs and tracked monthly training ensuring 100% compliance for 49 personnel. He assisted in placing 756 sqft of forms, 444 stakes, and 4,180 sqft of welding wire fabric during the construction of a 4,000 sqft Pre-Engineered Building valued at $926K. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200702-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020)  Equipment Operator 3rd Class Taylor Vincent, from Columbia, Missou...
07/13/2020

200702-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (July 2, 2020) Equipment Operator 3rd Class Taylor Vincent, from Columbia, Missouri, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for serving as Alfa Company’s Lead Equipment Operator from July 2017 to June 2020. He assisted in the inventory, maintenance and relocation of a $3.5M Expeditionary Fleet Hospital in Okinawa, Japan in support of Trident Arch 2018. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

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