18th Engineer Brigade Joins V Corps

Finch, Sean C.
April 2007
Engineer;Apr-Jun2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p52
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The article offers information on the association of the18th Engineering Brigade of the United States Army Europe (USAREUR) with the U.S. Army V Corps, in its operation in Europe. It is mentioned that 18th Engineering Brigade joined the V Corps on 16th February, 2007. It is reported that 18th Engineering Brigade will be involved in tasks like reconstruction of standing structures, heavy combat engineer missions and clearing thoroughfares of deadly improvised explosive devices.


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