FM 3-34, Engineer Operations: A Blueprint to Forge Our Future

Funkhouser, Anthony C.
April 2003
Engineer;Apr-Jun2003, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on several doctrine Field Manuals of the U.S. Army in relation to military art and science. Composition of the manuals; Origins of engineer operations doctrine; Manuals that focus on solely on the principles and tactics, techniques and procedures for battalion commanders.


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