Eight Ball Battalion
8th Naval Construction Battalion
World War II Seabees (1942 to 1945)
About the 8 Ball Battalion
8th Battalion History
Song of the Seabees
Eight Ball Newsletter
About the webmaster
See 8-Baller Ralph Martin's page on the web!
Welcome to the 8th Naval Construction Battalion Website. This site is dedicated to the Seabees of the 8th Battalion who served their country during World War II. This website is not only for the Seabees of the 8th Battalion but for their families as well.
The links on the left-side of this page are to other sections of this website.
About the 8 Ball Battalion describes the association of former Eighth Battalion seabees that formed in 1952.
8th Battalion History gives a brief history of the battalion during World War II.
Past Reunions is a list of the 8-Ball reunions starting with the 1952 reunion in New York City. Some of the listed reunions have hyperlinks to photographs and lists of attendees.
Seabee Scrapbooks has photos from three 8th battalion seabees: my
father, Lewis Unger, and Charles Cirillo.
In Memoriam is a section for remembering departed 8-Ball Battalion Seabees.
Song of the Seabees is the official seabee song composed in 1943.
Seabee Links contains links to other seabee-related websites.
Seabee Postcards displays some WW II Seabee postcards.
Eight Ball Newsletter is the Victory Edition published August 22, 1945 on Iwo Jima. This was submitted by Marcella Grant.
This website is a work-in-progress; its content will be a reflection of what its visitors want and what materials they submit for inclusion. Check back from time-to-time to see what is new.
last updated 13 November 2016