The 2745th Seabee Battalion is a unit of the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps. The Battalion is based in metro Atlanta and currently drills at the Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta. The battalion provides a naval and military based organization for young men and young women aged 11-18. With the training and experiences provided the cadets will learn seagoing skills, patriotism, self-reliance, courage, leadership, and discipline.

Our Next Prospective Cadet and Parent Information Session is at 6:00pm Wednesday, at HelpWrite Inc. - 708 Holcomb Bridge Rd, - Norcross, GA 30071

(Call 770 849 9701 before attending)

Our Mailing Address

2745th Seabee Battalion

708 Holcomb Bridge Road

Norcross, GA.   30071

Our Drill Site

Bldg. 78 Clay National Guard Base (Dobbins ARB)

Marietta GA. 30069

United States Naval
Sea Cadet Corps

"Events of October 1962 indicated, as they had all through history, that control of the sea means security. Control of the seas can mean peace. Control of the seas can mean victory. The United States must control the seas if it is to protect your security...."

John F. Kennedy


"We are outnumbered; there is only one thing to do.  We must attack!"

Admiral Andrew Cunningham


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Naval Tidbits

Can't Hold a Candle  - In Medieval and Colonial times, the job of the Apprentice was to hold a candle over the Master's hands while he worked, if it was dark or late in the evening.  The Apprentice was to observe closely to move the candle as required and to watch and learn how the master worked.  This term soon came to be applied to an apprentice so lazy or incompetent that he couldn't even be trusted with this simple task..

Fathom - The unit of measurement in most maritime countries for the depth of the sea or the lengths of ropes or cables.  The word comes from the old English Word 'faedm', which means 'to embrace'.  It is a measurement based on a man's out-stretched arms, and is roughly six feet.  As a measurement of distance, a 'cable' is 100 fathoms.  The saying, "I can fathom that," is now obsolete, but once referred to a person being able to understand the depth of something, or to measure it.

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