R3 was awarded a five-year contract with Underwater Construction Team TWO and will provide training and dive manager administrative support at Naval Base Ventura County in Port Hueneme, CA. UCT TWO provides a capability for construction, inspection, repair, and maintenance of ocean facilities in support of Naval and Marine Corps operations, to include repair of battle damage. The unit maintains a capability to support a Fleet Marine Force amphibious assault, subsequent combat service support ashore, and self-defense for their camp and facilities under construction.
Since its establishment in 1973, UCT TWO has deployed to every naval installation in the Pacific, as well as several sites in the Atlantic, the Arctic, and the Antarctic. The Team currently deploys three 15-member air detachments on a 6/12-month deployment/homeport cycle. One deploys for six months, while one is in a six-month maintenance cycle, and the third is in a six-month training cycle to prepare for its upcoming deployment. UCT TWO is the only Naval Construction Force unit to utilize this deployment cycle to maintain year-round availability. R3 is pleased to continue our diving-related support across the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command enterprise in this support to UCT TWO.
R3 was awarded a 5-year contract for EOD Leadership Continuum at the EOD Fleet concentration areas of San Diego and Norfolk. The scope includes refinement of course curriculum through the capture and sharing of lessons learned and inputs and guidance from NECC, EODGRU ONE and TWO, and through the recommendations of the EODLC and Curriculum Management Working Groups. R3 will coordinate, schedule, and manage the delivery of Leadership Continuum courses as well as collect and analyze EOD Leadership Continuum course attendee demographic data and attendee and instructor critique/feedback information to include course content, scheduling and course presentation. We will record and deliver metrics and recommendations on EOD Leadership Continuum course participants, lecturers/facilitators, and course schedule.
Earl Strom, EODGRU TWO Program Manager POC stated: “R3 is pleased to be reselected for this critical requirement. Training our future leaders is the essence of preparing the force for all future conflicts. We fully integrate the EOD Leadership Continuum in alignment with the Chief of Naval Operations’ Navy Leader Development Framework while ensuring the nuances of leading within the EOD and Diving communities are also addressed.”