Can the Modular Engineer Battalion Headquarters Be Multifunctional?

Hannan, William C.
May 2009
Engineer;May-Aug2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p66
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The article discusses the concerns regarding the deployment of the 5th Engineer Battalion in Iraq. It notes that one of the concerns is the involvement of the battalion in multiple construction projects. Another concern refers to the improvement of the construction management and general engineering tasks. An organizational chart showing the construction section organization is also offered.


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