Powering the Forces

Pinchasin, Esther S.; Boyette, James S.
July 2006
Engineer;Jul-Sep2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p19
Trade Publication
The article presents the authors' comments on powering the military engineering force. According to the authors, the soldiers of the U.S. 249th Engineer Battalion can support military operations like installation and operation of prime power plants, and providing technical power-related guidance. It states that the Operation Iraqi Freedom continues despite challenges of environmental and logistical obstacles.


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