Navy Seabee Foundation


A memorial brick is the perfect way to honor that special Seabee family member or friend in your life – a thoughtful gift that will permanently display their name and honor their service to their country.

Memorial Bricks

Providing a place to permanently recognize and honor loved ones, both present and past, memorial bricks are available at the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum in Port Hueneme, CA and the Seabee Memorial Plaza in Gulfport, MS. These decorative bricks showcase the ‘Can Do’ spirit of the Seabees and the Civil Engineer Corps, still strong and vital after six decades of helping preserve our nation’s freedom, protect our interests and create a safer, better world.

Each brick is individually crafted of the finest quality. Customize your brick with your own special message. It can be a tribute to a former or current Seabee, a Seabee unit, your own service or any other appropriate text.

  • Each brick can have three lines with up to 20 characters (including spacing) per line.
  • Lettering will be centered on bricks in capital letters.
  • Letters are laser etched in black for durability and beauty.

In Gulfport, over 7,000 paving bricks are available for engraving and will form the heart of the Plaza, which will also become the entry point to the Seabee Heritage Center, and over 1,000 inscribed bricks are currently in place.

The 13,000 bricks available at Port Hueneme are used to pave the entry walkway to the new building housing the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum, where over 7,000 engraved bricks are already in place.

Bricks are placed once a year in each location. Brick placement can be as long as a year or more after purchase.

If you order a brick as a gift, you will receive a letter before Christmas confirming the brick purchase with brick details to use for gifting.

To order a brick at either location online, click the button below. To mail in your order, click here for Port Hueneme and Gulfport to download the order form.

Brick Search

Have you already purchased a brick to be placed at the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum in Port Hueneme, CA or the Seabee Heritage Center in Gulfport, MS? You can search for your brick and see how it looks in the exact location.