August 2001
Engineer;Aug2001, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p68
Trade Publication
Presents an update on military engineering in the United States as of August 2001. Activities of the Directorate of Training; Release of the book 'The Soldier and the Environment' by the Directorate of Environmental Integration; Submission of abstracts for the 2002 conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems.


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