Clear the Way

Watson, Bryan G.
May 2011
Engineer;May-Aug2011, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p2
Trade Publication
The article challenges professional leaders and members of the U.S. Army Engineer Regiment to make the regiment ready for fight. The author stresses the need to remain the best and ready for the future to survive change. Also, there is a need to restore the duty of the instructor at the school and noncommissioned officer (NCO) academy for prominence within the profession. However , change will start when there is emphasis on responsibility.


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