The 94TH Naval Construction Battalion Seabees
The 94TH Naval Construction Battalion Seabees. After formation in May 1943, the 94th was transferred to Endicott, where they received additional training until October 22, 1943. On October 22, 1943, the Battalion moved to Lido Beach, Long Island, and was stationed there until December 10, 1943, when It boarded ship for Pearl Harbor. The 94th finally arrived at Pearl Harbor on January 10, 1944 and was stationed at Red Hill until September 19, 1944. On October 17, 1944, the Battalion docked at Apra Harbor, Guam, joining the 40th NC Regiment upon its formation in November. When the Japanese surrendered, the 94th was still on duty in the Marianas Islands.