Engineer Training Benefits School

McClary, Ruth
April 2007
Engineer;Apr-Jun2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p50
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The article offers information on the involvement of soldiers from the 875th Engineering Company and 505th Engineering Battalion, North Carolina Army National Guard, in a project to clear topsoil from a site at University of North Carolina- Charlotte (UNCC), Charlotte, North Carolina. The project began in April 2007, as a part of the training program for the soldiers and involves transportation of 5,000 cubic yards of topsoil to a dumping site at the campus of UNCC.


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