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200415-N-N0443-0003 GULFPORT, Miss. (April 15, 2020) Construction Electrician C-1 Advanced Class 20020 staff and students maintain physical distancing during a pole climbing exercise at Naval Construction Training Center Gulfport, Mississippi, as they follow CDC guidelines to the extent applicable as part of the training center's proactive approach to combat COVID-19. Construction electricians build, maintain and operate power production facilities and electrical distribution systems for naval installations and support the Navy and Marine Corps operational and expeditionary forces worldwide. (U.S. Navy photo)
Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering (CSFE) Detachment Fort Leonard Wood, in partnership with the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) and all branches of the military, executes apprentice-level training to new equipment operators and engineering aids on multiple variants of heavy equipment and construction project support skills, along with the administrative support to naval personnel attending journeyman-level training, ensuring the most confident and adaptable Seabees are ready to support combatant and component commanders worldwide.
Create disciplined, resilient, physically fit, entry-level trained Equipment Operators and Engineering Aides and skilled Mobile Utilities Support Equipment Technician Seabees who are ready to support the fleet while serving as the Navy’s principle representative to the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
A proactive team that demonstrates the highest level of personal and professional excellence; leads by example; and develop confident Seabees with resilience that embrace the Navy’s Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment as well as embodying our Navy’s attributes of Integrity, Accountability, Initiative and Toughness.
 Foundational Tenets

Honor - Prepare - Succeed – Influence
Honor:  Be honest and truthful; make a choice to do the right thing and act faithfully and loyally.
  • Honor the Seabee legacy through competency, character, personal example and respect for all.
  • Foster an environment of pride, professionalism, teamwork, and dedication.
  • Be accountable for your actions and dedicated to taking care of each other, our people, our families, and ourselves.
  • Drive a culture of accountability throughout the organization through small unit leadership.
  • High standards are developed through discipline. Constantly reflect/demand our Navy’s high standards on/off duty.
Prepare:  Be proactive and not reactive and never procrastinate.
  • Integrity is the bedrock of both trust and respect, earn these every day! Know the task and what is expected from you.
  • Stay current on DoD policies/programs/messages, and take ownership of the programs you are assigned.
  • Active communication up, down and across the command, to include external commands or outlets in everyday business.
  • Drive quality and ensure our people have everything needed to achieve it.
  • Commit to further both your personal and professional excellence through achieving sound body and mind.
Succeed:  Lead the way with quality daily execution of your duties while minimizing all possible risks.
  • Take initiative and get the job done. Own the mission and operate to the limits of your authority.
  • Stand up for what is right; set the example and utilize Operational Risk Management in every evolution.
  • Be the best you can at your job; seek to increase effectiveness and take pride in developing our Sailors. Do not cut corners!
  • Strive for continuous improvement - Assess progress honestly and work to be better.
  • Achieve a good work / life balance. Strong family support is one of the main enablers of our success. Make time for them.
Influence: Continuously develop every individual, team, organization, and command.
  • Know safety, think safety and enforce safety. It is either safe…or it is not safe.
  • Render proper courtesies and maintain a squared away uniform appearance. You are a Navy Ambassador; set the bar!
  • Strengthen the Seabee legacy; develop and protect tomorrow’s 21st Century Sailor.
  • Strengthen and cultivate partnerships throughout the training environment.
  • Respect the views of others; voice your opinion and then support the decision.
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CSFE Detachment Fort Leonard Wood
6433 Cooley Ave Bldg. 1750
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-9114


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