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5101 Marvin Shields Blvd
Gulfport, MS  39501

Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport

 Naval Construction Group TWO

Naval Construction Group TWO (NCG 2), an Echelon IV command reporting to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC), serves as administrative Immediate Superior in Command (ISIC) for Active and Reserve Atlantic Naval Construction Forces (NCF).

NCG 2 includes an organic, embedded deployable Battle Staff (22 NCR) capable of executing combat service support missions across the spectrum of joint and combined environments while providing command and control (C2) over NECC units operating in a specific military operation.

The role of the NCG is to organize, man, train, maintain, and equip Naval Construction Regiments (NCRs), Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCBs), the Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU), the Underwater Construction Team (UCT), and Expeditionary Combat Camera to provide supported commanders with expeditionary engineering forces capable of general engineering and construction, and limited combat engineering across the full range of military operations.

The NCGs also provide the required engineering support our Navy and nation needs to construct and maintain base facilities, to repair battle damaged facilities, to conduct defensive operations as required, and to meet disaster preparedness and recovery missions.

NCGs provide Administrative Control (ADCON) oversight of Seabee forces as well.


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