The fulcrum for the full-spectrum force: The engineer

Federle, Philip F.; Kirsch, Robert S.
April 1997
Engineer;Apr97, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p2
Trade Publication
Traces the two ENFORCE conferences of the United States Army, defining the regimental vision and a unified regimental theme. List of the engineer's missions as presented in the Engineer Regiment; Operational concepts viewed in the Joint Vision 2010 (JV 2010); General areas of the range of missions in Army Vision 2010 (AV 2010).


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