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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Engineer Doctrine Hierarchy and Publications Renumbering

Engineer Doctrine Hierarchy and Publications Renumbering – Brief Article Harry Rossander The U.S. Army Engineer School and TRADOC are revising the Army doctrine hierarchy and numbering system to be more in line with the Joint doctrine hierarchy and numbering system. Changing the method of numbering and titling Army doctrine manuals will ensure a seamless link […]

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a roadmap for returning responsibilities back to the host nation in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Developing an engineer exit strategy for road repair and maintenance: a roadmap for returning responsibilities back to the host nation in Bosnia-Herzegovina Michael J. Ulekowski As the number of peacekeeping missions increases, countries involved with these missions look for a means to decrease their engineer forces within that country and return the responsibility for road […]

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Training model of Polish EOD engineers

Training model of Polish EOD engineers Andrzej Zarczynski Since the end of World War II, Polish engineers have taken part in numerous peacekeeping missions. During these missions, mine-clearing operations have been the main task of explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams. Mines have become a very simple and effective means of battle, because most of them […]

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Engineers Train With New, Advanced Equipment

Engineers Train With New, Advanced Equipment Private First Class Matthew J. Jenkins During the recent Digital Mountain Peak exercise at Fort Drum, New York, sappers from A Company, 41st Engineer Battalion, 10th Mountain Division, trained with new equipment designed to increase the survivability and agility of the division. The training was in preparation for the […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Going, Going, Gone…

Going, Going, Gone… – 1:50,000-Scale Topographic Map Colonel William Pierce Bidding Farewell to the 1:50,000-Scale Topographic Line Map Knowledge of the battlespace is a prerequisite to any successful military operation. Maps provide that knowledge. At the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California, the observer-controllers’ recipe for success in battles and engagements is very simple: see […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Unit History: A Two-Edged Sword

Unit History: A Two-Edged Sword – documentation of units instills pride and provides decision-making data Dr. Larry Roberts Few of those young officers who entered my office knew of a unit history file. Once informed of its possible existence, they went to it and often found little of value to their task. Unit history files […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Mine-Clearing/Demining Operations: Developing Engineer Experts

Mine-Clearing/Demining Operations: Developing Engineer Experts Captain Darren LeMaster I believe that we need to develop engineer experts in the U.S. Army who possess both the knowledge and the capability to perform mine-clearing operations. During the past four years, our engineer soldiers have operated in areas contaminated with minefields and unexploded ordnance (UXO)–in Bosnia-Herzegovina and more […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Motorcycle rider risk management

Motorcycle rider risk management – Engineer Safety Fred E. Fanning Can risk management be the solution to everything? Maybe not, but it can go a long way toward preventing fatal motorcycle accidents. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) has done a great deal of work to develop training programs to provide riders with the skills necessary […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Deployment teambuilding at the Army Management Staff College – News and Notes

Deployment teambuilding at the Army Management Staff College – News and Notes – Brief Article Staff College. Fifteen soldiers from the 1st Information Operations Command at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, attended a first-ever Deployment Teambuilding session at the Army Management Staff College (AMSC) on 24 July 2003. These soldiers will soon deploy for six months to […]

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The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers: Stryker Brigade Combat Team: A Window to the future

Stryker Brigade Combat Team: A Window to the future Robin Lieutenant Colonel Selk We are often admonished to “improve your foxhole every day, because you never know how bad you VY might need it tomorrow.” The foxhole and the defense allow us time to prepare for an offensive operation.’ Army Transformation calls for a similar […]