MASTER AND COMMANDER: Engineer Leaders Seeking the Skills and Tools to Close the Gaps

Funkhouser, Anthony C.
October 2005
Engineer;Oct-Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on discussions by United States Army Engineer School Commandant Randal R. Castro on military operations in urban terrain and urban operations at the Army Engineer Association Engineer Regimental Conference in Florida. Castro explained mobility and maneuver in urban and complex terrain and decision-making processes involved. He also discussed what the Engineer School is doing to train engineers on improvised explosive devices, unexploded ordnance and captured enemy ammunition.


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