As long as there have been armies, engineers have provided critical support with both construction and demolition

Guttman, Jon
October 2000
Military History;Oct2000, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p6
Editorial. Ponders on the roles of engineers in the army. Historical account of the Roman camps; Information on Paul Guttman, who was a member of engineering unit of United States Navy, called Seabees during the World War II; Accounts of the works of the Seabees.


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