Lakota East & Glen Este Grads Serve @ US Navy Underwater Construction Team


Many Americans enjoy do-it-yourself projects and some Americans make a living in construction. There’s a group of U.S. Navy sailors who apply the same creativity required for DIY endeavors along with the engineering discipline of construction, but with a unique twist. They work underwater. Around the world. In some of the most challenging conditions imaginable including hostile environments, extreme heat or cold, or in remote locations where the only support and supplies they have are the ones they brought with them.

Lt. j.g. Justin Mulloney, a 2011 Glen Este High School graduate and native of Clermont County, Ohio, is one of these sailors serving at Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 1, which is responsible for underwater construction, inspection, repair and demolition operations supporting both peacetime and wartime missions.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Scott Carney, a 2010 Lakota East High School graduate and native of Liberty Township, Ohio, is one of these sailors serving at Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 1, which is responsible for underwater construction, inspection, repair and demolition operations supporting both peacetime and wartime missions.