this was a group of guys who could build,fight, and do it under the worst conditions anywhere.Jungles,mountains,desserts, you name it and they could do the things no one could even thing of being done. they were as big as any group of hero's could be....更多
Having served as a Seabee I had to stop by while in the area. Unfortunately it was a Thursday and museum was closed. However I was still able to walk around and look at the Quonset huts, memorials and the chapel in the pines. Oh...更多
This is a very small museum trying to get established. Should be very interesting to Seabees or those that remember Quonset Point in its hayday. No complaining, the museum is free. Rhode Islanders should visit and be aware of their history. Check hours as they...更多
Interesting to learn about the Sea Bees (my uncle was one in WWII)... and you have to love the statue of the sea-bee that welcomes you to the area. Unique branch of the service, to be honored.
Fun to know where Quonset huts originated.
My husband was born in Newport so we decided to visit Rhode Island to see where he was born. My late father-in-law was a Seabee so my husband and I were both interested in seeing this. It was closed on Monday, the day we visited....更多
An amazing tribute and it's even better that it is all volunteer founded, funded and created. A rare find!
If you have an interest in US History, you know a veteran or are a veteran or active duty, you will enjoy your time at this...更多
The Seabee Museum in Quonset is a tribute to an important service in the U.S. military history - especially the great accomplishments in WW2.
The museum is relatively small but has informative exhibits as well as some of the original Quonset huts.
This is the...更多
My husband is a military and aviation buff and was absolutely devastated when we decided to go to the Quonset Air Museum and found out it was closed indefinitely because of a roof failure during a snowstorm. (He was even more upset seeing all the...更多