Where Is the MTOE Guy?

Chamberlayne, Edward P.
August 2001
Engineer;Aug2001, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p41
Trade Publication
Lists the items that could improve the readiness and combat ability of the combat-engineer company using the modified table of equipment. Armored combat earthmover; Combat engineer vehicle and personnel; Communications equipment.


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