Citations with the tag: MILITARY engineering
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- Teamwork: The key to success.
Drury, John E. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p1
Opinion. Offers guidelines for improving the joint combat engineering operations of the Army and the Marine Corps. Staffing of doctrine for all aspects of combat engineering; Development and procurement of common engineer equipment; Joint training of Army and Marine engineers.
- Clear the way.
Schroeder, Daniel R. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p2
Encourages Army engineers to maintain their readiness for civil and military works. Support of operation Desert Shield; Deployment in Southwest Asia; Major natural disasters as of January 1991.
- Professional Registration: Advice for Aspiring Army Engineers.
Gash, Richard J. // Engineer; Oct-Dec2002, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p48
Provides information on the requirements for the professional engineer application process. Phases of the process; Steps to becoming an engineer in training; Application for Practice of Engineering Examination; Preparation for the examination.
- The Command Post SOP: A blueprint for success.
Price, Eric R.; Hedstrom, Jay A. // Engineer; Jul98, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p46
Describes a method the combat engineer battalion's battle staff can use to develop and implement a basic Command Post Standing Operating Procedure (CPSOP). Ways to arrive at a workable CPSOP; Basic functions of the tactical operations center (TOC); Suggestions for CPSOP implementation.
- Operation Enduring Freedom From the Military Engineer Perspective.
Mohr, Jerry T. // Engineer; Jul2002, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p4
Discusses the challenges in the Operation Enduring Freedom activities of the U.S. Central Command Engineer Division. Deployment of OEF special operations; Details of the mine and unexploded ordnance clearing; Lessons learned from the activities.
- Combat Engineer Company Command and Control and the 'Fighting 2IC'
Burton, Thomas; Magness, Thomas H. // Engineer; Jul2002, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p15
Discusses observations and trends with respect to engineer company command and control and the maneuver company second in command (2IC). Definition of the responsibilities of 2IC; Benefits of the 2IC; Tips for implementing the courses of action. INSET: Parting Shots.
- Transitioning the Technical Engineer (51T).
Arnold, Tony // Engineer; Aug96, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p24
Addresses the questions concerning the removal of the Y2 identifier and qualifying the feeder military operational specialties to technical engineering specialist. Training transition course taught at Camp Grafton, North Dakota; Information about on-the-job training program; Discussion on...
- Engineer problem.
Arnold, Tony // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p19
Presents a military engineering problem concerning a sewer layout for a 250-man cantonment area in a theater of operations environment. Determination of the total sewage flow rate and the size of septic tank required to handle the waste from the installation.
- Engineer problem.
Arnold, Tony // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p18
Presents a military engineering problem dealing with in-stride breaching operations. Brigade operations overlay; Task force operations overlay; Excerpt from FM 90-13-1; Definition and characteristics of in-stride breach; Solutions.
- Some of the best training anywhere.
Rapp, William E. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p22
Focuses on several civilian projects performed by American military engineers in Honduras. Construction of the Choluteca forward landing strip; San Lorenzo taxiway; El Caimito heliport; Well drilling.
- District project engineer: The road less travelled.
Nelson, John; Curtis Jr., Donald R. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p25
Recounts the authors' experiences working in different military engineering districts in the United States. Contracts negotiated; Projects handled; Researches; Problem solving methods used.
- Clear the way.
Christman, Daniel W. // Engineer; Oct91, Vol. 21 Issue 4, preceding p1
Presents four challenges facing military engineering in the United States. Importance of professional development; Need to improve communication in the field; Importance of equipment modernization.
- Engineer problem.
Christman, Daniel W. // Engineer; Oct91, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p22
Presents a military engineering problem on the node method of preparing logic networks and solving resource-constrained problems. Shift in the focus of instruction by the Engineer School; Procedure to constrain resources; Tips on updating the logic network; Updating the early start schedule.
- Engineer update.
Christman, Daniel W. // Engineer; Oct91, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p55
Presents developments related to military engineering in the United States as of October 1991. Includes reorganization at the Department of Topographic Engineering; Features of the Engineer Restructure Initiative; Features of the Desert Shield/Storm oral history program.
- The quadripartite working group: Honing engineer standardization.
Ohmann, Kathryn M. // Engineer; Oct91, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p51
Focuses on the issue of standardization of military engineer equipment, tactics and procedures. Features of the Quadripartite Working Group (QWG) for military engineers; Aims of the American-British-Canadian-Australian Armies Standardization program; Aims of ABCA; Activities of the QWG.
- Engineer problem.
Ohmann, Kathryn M. // Engineer; Apr92, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p24
Presents an engineering problem concerning a covert breach operation. Task organization; Enemy activity; Objective polk; Mission; Commander's intent; Execution; Covert breach description.
- Operational testing and evaluation of engineer systems.
Mally, Richard J. // Engineer; Apr93, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p37
Presents an overview of the operational testing and evaluation (OT&E) in the US Army as applied specifically to engineer systems. Reasons for testing and evaluation of the program; Presentation of samples of recent testing including the confirmation of the heavy assault bridge (HAB); Initiation...
- Engineer update.
Mally, Richard J. // Engineer; Apr93, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p43
Presents developments in the army engineering industry of the United States. Includes request for engineer photographs depicting U.S. Army engineer activities for use in media products; Recording of CEV turret mechanic (MOS 45N); Provision of the Engineer Systems Handbook which describes the...
- Pre-engineered buildings: Quality assurance tricks of the trade.
McIntosh, D.G. // Engineer; Aug93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p36
Describes some tricks of trade to assure a durable construction of pre-engineered buildings (PEBs) for military uses. Case study; Opening each box containing PEB parts; Taking accurate measurements; Bolting rafters to the columns; Skinning out the PEBs.
- Mapping your career the engineer way.
Bonilla, Jose; Kindle, Kathryn // Engineer; Aug93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p40
Presents sample career maps for military engineers in three career management fields in the United States. Combat Engineers (CMF 12); General Engineers (CMF 51); Topographic Engineers (CMF 81).
- Lessons learned.
Camper, Mark // Engineer; Aug93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p42
Offers information to help future engineer liaison officers (LOs) perform their missions successfully. Supporting (parent) engineer commander's decision criteria; Parent engineer unit responsibilities; Engineer LO responsibilities; Assigned unit responsibilities; Checklist.
- Avoiding the mine-clearing line charge (MICLIC).
Atkins, Frank T. // Engineer; Dec94, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on guidelines for making maintenance and training programs for mine-clearing line charges (MICLIC). Case of Lieutenant Colonel Ross Chamberlain, engineer battalion commander; Common MICLIC malfunctions; Checklists to reduce the number of MICLIC malfunctions.
- Maintenance operations: Triumphant march or swan song?
Moeller, Thomas // Engineer; Dec94, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p32
Discusses issues concerning maintenance operations in military engineering in the United States. Role of maintenance operations soldiers; Training of maintenance unit personnel; Leader development; Organization.
- Engineer update.
Moeller, Thomas // Engineer; Dec94, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p67
Reports on developments related to military engineering in the United States as of December 1994. Availability of an environmental handbook and video; Availability of the M9 ACE Post Fielding Training Effectiveness Analysis (PFTEA) Report; Extension of Warrant Officer Basic Course.
- Joint forces engineer command: A proposal.
Anderson, Jerry L.; Robinson, James H. // Engineer; Apr95, Vol. 25 Issue 1/2, p17
Features a proposal for the creation of a joint forces engineer command (JFEC) to improve efficiency and to avoid duplication in operations. Issues concerning the concept of jointness by various services; Doctrine that supports the proposal for JFEC; Proposed force structure for a JFEC.
- Battle Command Training Program (BCTP).
Snodgrass, Dave // Engineer; Aug97, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p42
Talks about obstacle-control measures in military engineering. Use of obstacle control measures to simplify granting obstacle-emplacement authority and provide obstacle control; Methodology of engagement area design and construction; First responsibility of the engineer planner.
- Engineer update.
Snodgrass, Dave // Engineer; Aug97, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p55
Presents updates related to military engineering in the United States. Includes the change in the Fort Leonard Wood electronic addresses; Distribution of field manuals; Updated Experimental Forces special texts; Staffing of FM 5-34; Global Positioning System.
- The COTS Alliance: As strategic as NATO.
Baker, Dan // Military & Aerospace Electronics; Jul98, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p27
Comments on the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Alliance whose task is to unite commercial computer development with military engineering. Three partners in the alliance; Key mediator to the COTS Alliance; Tips on working with COTS suppliers.
- Clear the intake grill.
Baker, Dan // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Oct96, Issue 527, p52
Offers advice for clearing the intake grill in bridge erection boats used in military engineering. Description of the procedure to take trash off the grill; Controlling the boat while flushing the intake.
- MOBILE ENGINEERING UNIT BUILDS FORWARD COMMUNICATIONS POST.
Baker, Dan // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 4/14/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 14, p13
Reports on the efforts of U.S. combat engineers to install a sophisticated communications facility from which officers control and coordinate the battle in Baghdad. Construction of security barriers; Addition to electricity infrastructure.
- Bosnia: Engineer Planning for Operations Other Than War.
Brown, David R. // Engineer; Nov93, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p2
Assesses army engineer planning in Bosnia-Herzegovina for operations other than war (OOTW) environment. Engineering support for mobility, survivability, sustainment and topography; Communication and reaction to constant change; Prestocked material shortages; Engineer equipment maintenance...
- Wake Up Again, Engineers!
Riley, Don T. // Engineer; Nov93, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p13
Presents suggestions to American army engineers on how to regain their stature in the arms team. Importance of having a firm grasp of the basics of combat engineering; Need for improvement of engineers' terrain analysis skills.
- Bold Shift: An Engineer Partnership.
Estes, Allen C. // Engineer; Nov93, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p14
Focuses on Bold Shift, the United States Army's initiative to create a single standard for engineers in the Reserve Component (RC) and Active Component (AC) forces. Designing policies, procedures and execution techniques; Changing of training relationship between AC and RC; Projection of power...
- Battle Task Training Improves Performance.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Engineer; Nov93, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p23
Details the steps implemented by the author in improving equipment maintenance and operations of the Third Infantry Division of the United States Engineer Brigade. Reorganizing of the unit under the Engineer Restructure Initiative (ERI); Melding of engineer battalions that formed the brigade;...
- Battle command training program.
Stanley, Greg; Snodgrass, Dave // Engineer; Mar1996, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p28
Informs on United States military engineers affairs. Responsibilities of Assistance Division Engineers (ADE); Intelligence preparation of the battlefield.
- Engineer update.
Stanley, Greg; Snodgrass, Dave // Engineer; Mar1996, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p43
Updates on information of relevance to United States military engineers. Department of Training and Doctrine; Directorate of Combat Developments; Engineer Personnel Proponency Office; Engineer Branch Safety Office; Libby Noncommissionned Officer Academy.
- Clear The Way.
Van Antwerp, R.L. // Engineer; Oct-Dec2002, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p2
Discusses the changes in the Engineer Regiment at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. Changes in engineer force structure; Goal of the Interim and Objective Force Army; Key to the success of the Army.
- Engineer update.
Van Antwerp, R.L. // Engineer; Apr91, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p62
Presents news items concerning military engineering in the United States as of March 1991. Includes development of the US Marine Corps' breaching device program; Elements for combined arms breaching; Adoption of the British pipe fascine system.
- The Essayons Program: From brainchild to drawing board.
Kojro, Chester A. // Engineer; Jul90, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p26
Features the recommendations received by the US Army Corps of Engineers' Essayons Program, a program designed to solicit recommendations for changes in engineer systems or concepts. Development of a demolition effects simulator; Improvement of soldiers' survivability by a self-propelled armor...
- Department of offense: We must swing the pendulum back!
Greenwalt Jr., Robert J. // Engineer; Feb92, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p24
Focuses on army engineers' role in the development of techniques and procedures to test the ability to fight through obstacles. Loss of ability to defend; Ineffectiveness of obstacles; United States mine welfare capability; Need to educate maneuver commanders with mine opportunities.
- Research note: The debate over British engineers in 1870.
Stigger, Philip // Canadian Journal of History; Apr90, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p157
Reports on a study of British military engineers in 1870. Reforms instituted for the benefit of military engineers in the British Army; Role of Secretary of State for War Edward Cardwell on policy making affecting military engineers in 1870.
- Engineers Clear the Way in Kuwait.
Boyer, Jacob // Soldiers; Mar2003, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p20
Reports on the efforts of the U.S. Army 10th Engineering Battalion and cavalry scouts in clearing out the obstacles for the training exercises of the 3rd Infantry Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team in Kuwait. Assessment of troop and vehicle movement during actual combat; Practice of the brigade...
- War Trophies of the Past.
Hollands, Garry; Nelson, Wil // Engineer; Jul-Sep2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p40
The article reports on the engagement of the U.S. Army combat engineers on the largest combat engineering feat in Vietnam in 1969. It states that the operation which involves the construction of Route 547 called A Shau Expressway had brought them the Operation Horace Greeley award. It notes that...
- ENGINEERS FORGING ROADS AND FRIENDSHIPS.
Burrell, Mark // Warrior Citizen; Summer2009, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p42
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- Engineer Operations in Turkey Support Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Nosal, Roxanne; Fofi, Randal; McClellan, John; McGinley, Shawn // Engineer; Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p19
Provides an overview of the mission of the U.S. Army Europe to establish and operate the infrastructure required to pass combat forces centered around the 4th Infantry Division through Turkey into Iraq in support of the Iraq War in 2003. Reactivation of the 18th Engineer Brigade; Units in which...
- 36th Engineer Group Conducts Somber Mission.
Chapuran, Brian // Engineer; Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p36
Describes the mission which soldiers of the 36th Engineer Group's design management section from Fort Benning, Georgia executed in Iraq on May 19, 2003. Discovery of a gravesite where several U.S. soldiers were buried; Importance of the analysis of the grave site; Views of the commander on the...
- Doctrine Updates: A Bridge to the Future Force.
Koenig, Reinhard W. // Engineer; Oct-Dec2003, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p50
Discusses changes in U.S. military doctrine embodied in the Field Manual 3-34 "Engineer Operations." Aim of establishing the engineer mission-essential task list; Elements of assured mobility; Functions of the field force engineering in the U.S. Army's Engineer Regiment; Description of the...
- On Being an Engineer: Reflections From the Chief of Engineers.
Flowers, Robert B. // Engineer; Jan-Mar2004, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p4
Presents the author's views on being an Army engineer in the U.S. Explanations concerning selfless service; Lessons learned by the author with regard to leadership; Importance of the development of a joint and expeditionary mindset for the 21st century Army to succeed.
- Expeditionary Engineer Mission Force.
Crall, Michael P. // Engineer; Apr-Jun2005, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p5
The article focuses on the mission of North Carolina 27th Engineer Battalion and joint task force (JTF), that was taking the fight to the enemy along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, to rapidly deploy by air with a tailored battalion engineer mission force (EMF) to construct a forward operating...
- Force XXI Engineers--An Update From the Field.
Bedey, Jeffrey A. // Engineer; May2001, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p18
Introduces a series of articles about the Army engineers of the United States, called the Force XXI Engineers.