Civic Action Teams in Kosrae

Webster, Noah
November 1999
Engineer;Nov99, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p34
Trade Publication
Deals with the deployment of the Civic Action Team 84-53, composed of a unit of 13 soldiers from Hawaii's 84th Engineer Combat Battalion, to the island of Kosrae in the Federated States of Micronesia which began on March 4, 1999. Deployment preparations; Team organizational structure; Construction projects performed.


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