Training support brigades: Providing engineer

Howley, Shawn; Baker, Paul; Staton, Joseph E.
April 1998
Engineer;Apr98, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p38
Trade Publication
Describes the engineer support structure of two Training Support Brigades (TSBs), the First Army's 174th Infantry Brigade in New York at Fort Drum and the Fifth Army's 479th Field Artillery Brigade in Oklahoma. Battalions of the 174th Infantry Brigade; Examples of the types of supported units of the brigade engineer; Information on the Fifth US Army.


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