JTF NORTH ENGINEER DIVISION: Building Leaders and Refining Skills Along the Southwest Border

Neels, Christian L.
May 2010
Engineer;May-Aug2010, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p28
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The article offers information on the missions of the U.S. Joint Task Force (JTF) North Engineer Division. It says that the missions of the JTF North Engineer Division provide opportunities for development of leadership skills and military occupational specialty (MOS) proficiency. The skills of the soldiers related to MOS that can be honed by the opportunities provided by the missions include budget maintenance, construction planning and supervision, and risk management.


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