Citations with the tag: UNITED States. Army. Corps of Engineers
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- Once the whistle blows, who follows up with the reforms?
Knickerbocker, Brad // Christian Science Monitor; 12/14/2000, Vol. 93 Issue 15, p18
Reports on the announcement made by the United States Army inspector general that institutional bias has led the Army Corps of Engineers to favor large construction projects regardless of the economic aspects.
- The Engineer Center's AGR link.
Doll, Charles A. // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p11
Focuses on the cooperation between the US Army Engineer Center's active Guard and Reserve (AGR) personnel. Duties and responsibilities of the AGR; Directorate of Reserve Components; ARNG/USAR liaison non-commissioned officers; ARNG/USAR training development officers; ARNG force integration...
- The engineer bridge battalion.
Munch, Paul G. // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p13
Focuses on the US Army Corps of Engineers' engineer bridge battalion. Duties and responsibilities; Preparation and involvement in the 1988 corps-against-corps Reforger exercise; Usefulness of the bridge battalion. INSET: Bridge battalion strengths...and weaknesses..
- Moving mountains: Army engineers in Bolivia.
Blocher, Bob; Herrera, Louis // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p24
Focuses on the deployment of the US Army's 536th Engineer Battalion to Potosi, Bolivia in June 1989 for the Joint Chief of Staff exercise Fuerzas Unidas 89. Task of removing the top of a mountain near the Potosi airport to allow commercial airliners to use the landing strip; Challenges faced by...
- Lessons Learned.
Lovell, Neal T. // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p29
Focuses on the US Army's Lessons Learned program at the Engineer School that allows members to gain accumulated background information and experiences pertinent to their missions. Typical scenario in which the program can be applied; Examples of information provided by the program.
- Engineer update.
Lovell, Neal T. // Engineer; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p32
Reports on the activities of the US Army Corps of Engineers. Directorate of Combat Developments (DCD); Directorate of Training and Doctrine (DOTD); Department of Topographic Engineering (DTE); Department of Military Engineering (DME).
- Civil works--another side of the Army engineers' mission.
Kelly, Patrick J. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p13
Enumerates some of the civilian projects of the Army Corps of Engineers. History of the Corps of Engineers; District assignments; Water Resource Development Act of 1986; Flood control; National emergencies; Resource protection; Research; Infrastructure upgrades.
- Engineers as infantry in the Korean War.
Fowle, Barry W. // Engineer; Jan1991, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p48
Calls on Army engineers to be prepared to be called upon to perform an infantry mission. Engineer division assigned to perform an infantry mission during the Korean War; Division's dual role as engineer and infantry; Map of the location of the conflict area.
- Engineer update.
Fowle, Barry W. // Engineer; Apr95, Vol. 25 Issue 1/2, p63
Features news of interest to US Army engineers as of April 1995. Implementation of the Interservice Training Review Organization (ITRO); US Army Engineer School reorganization; Engineer School's evaluation of a prototype for a new Combat Engineer Squad Vehicle (CESV); Evaluation of the multirole...
- Clear the way.
Ballard, Joe N. // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, preceding p1
Discusses developments at the US Army Corps of Engineers in response to the reorganization practices of the Army. Focus of resources on training soldiers, developing leaders and writing doctrine; Opportunities offered by the Engineer School; Modernization strategy.
- Joint task force headquarters staff engineer operations.
Langley, Michael C. // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p20
Describes challenges to consider when integrating the US Army Corps of Engineers into future joint engineer operations. Engineering challenge; Doctrinal challenge; Staffing challenge; Approach used by the US Pacific Command and the US Army I Corps.
- CTC Notes.
Langley, Michael C. // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p38
Discusses training program trends in the United States Army Corp of Engineers. Battle command training program; Joint readiness training center.
- Lessons learned: Joint engineer operations.
Lowery, Vern // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p46
Discusses military operations and procedures to ensure successful engineer missions of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Includes joint engineer capability and assessment; Topographic products; Special staff.
- Itschner time is near: Are you ready?
Rosenberry, James // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p49
Offers suggestions in preparation for the Itschner Award competition of the United States Army Corp of Engineers. Regulations; Planning strategy; Book design; Command support.
- Engineer update.
Rosenberry, James // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p63
Reports on developments in the United States Army's Corps of Engineers as of August 1995. Includes use of armored vehicle launched MICLIC; Digital map production shortcut; Promotions of officers; Bridge demolitions.
- Bridge the gap.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Engineer; Aug95, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p65
Discusses changes at the Corps of Engineers of the United States Army. Includes Interservice Training and Review Organization initiatives; Multirole bridge company; Consolidation of MOSs 12B (Combat Engineer) and 12F (Engineer Tracked Vehicle Crewman); Information management.
- Clear the way.
Gill, Clair F. // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, preceding p1
Focuses on the strategic plan to integrate the US Army Engineer School into the entire Army engineer community. Role of Army engineers in the combined arms team; Strategic planning as corporate responsibility.
- The multirole bridge company: An update.
Schlie, Alan // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p9
Focuses on the US Army's Test and Experimentation Command's evaluation of the multirole bridge company (MRBC), 74th Engineer Company. Merging of existing, single-role bridge units into an MRBC.
- Wanted: U.S. Army engineer divers.
Dillard, Timothy; Swenson, Peter // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p20
Presents answers to some common questions about the US Army engineering diving field and what it takes to apply. Missions; Professionalism; Entry requirements; Prequalification course; Levels of expertise.
- Design at your fingertips: The Theater Construction Management System.
Arnold, Tony R.; Steinman, Fred // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p28
Focuses on the new Theater Construction Management System of the US Army Corps of Engineers. Update of the Army Facilities Component Systems; Speeding up of the planning and design phases of all theater construction.
- Active engagement: Charting a career path.
Balocki, James B. // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p31
Describes company grade officers' duties with a US Army Corps of Engineers district. Preparation and education; Organization and environment; Benefits.
- Engineer battle tracking.
Crawford, Kenneth J.; Brooks, James E. // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p35
Describes select elements of the US Army's engineer support to a combined arms task force. Flow of information; Timeliness of information; Doctrinal information; Flow of missions; Basic battle-tracking chart.
- Battle command training program.
Stanley, Greg // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p40
Presents tactics, tips and procedures that will help US Army engineer brigades to run the Tactical Operations Center.
- National Training Center, sidewinder team.
Buning, Tom // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p41
Focuses on developments in the US Army Corps of Engineers' National Training Center. Planning resupply operations to standard; Development of a standing operating procedure for logistics packages; Family of Scatterable Mines planning and trigger points.
- Engineer update.
Buning, Tom // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p52
Presents an update of developments related to US Army engineers for the month of December 1995. New field manuals; New Army training and evaluation programs; Commercial off-the-shelf blasting machine; Small emplacement excavator attachments.
- Physical fitness and NCO professional development.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Engineer; Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p53
Focuses on the change in the enrollment requirements for attendance at the US Army Corps of Engineers' Noncommissioned Officer Education System courses. Issue of the physical condition of engineer soldiers; Suggestions that will help prepare soldiers for the courses.
- Building safer Mideast bases.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 8/19/96, Vol. 237 Issue 8, p9
Reports that the Army Corps of Engineers is trimming the cost and scope of a planned permanent complex in Kuwait. Financing for project; Priority for housing of personnel.
- Tortoise award.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 1/22/96, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p1
Criticizes the United States Army Corps of Engineers for its negligence in putting a coastal erosion plan into action. Smith Point County Park as one of the victims of the Army's lack of foresight.
- Mapps, Corps sign partnering agreement.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Point of Beginning; Apr97, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p14
Focuses on the partnering agreement signed by MAPPS and the US Army Corps of Engineers to facilitate issues and actions of mutual interest to the two organizations. Features of the agreement.
- Corps of Engineers Divisions.
Burns Jr., Roy L. // Pit & Quarry; Aug93, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p14
Presents information on the location of the division offices of the Corps of Engineers. Central office; Division offices; District offices.
- ECOLOGY 101: Will We Pass the Everglades Test?
Grunwald, Michael // Odyssey; Mar2007, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p10
The article presents information on the efforts taken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a military brigade that was leading America's war against nature, to protect Everglades, Florida.
Grunwald, Michael // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 10/31/97, Vol. 41 Issue 44, p10
Highlights the US Army Corps of Engineers' invitation for companies to submit bids for construction work at a support unit in Manama, Bahrain.
- Army engineers: It's time to speak with one voice.
Davis, Robert L. // Engineer; Mar1996, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p16
Opinion. Urges US Army engineers to resolve issues in the joint arena. Key players in writing and reviewing joint doctrine; Where the engineer element belong on the joint staff; Command of engineer units; Three adjustments to be made by Army Engineers.
- Identification of wetlands in the southern Appalachian region and the certification of wetland delineators
Wakeley, J. S. // Water, Air & Soil Pollution; Oct1994, Vol. 77 Issue 3/4, p217
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- Corps Commander named.
Wakeley, J. S. // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 04/14/97, Vol. 238 Issue 15, p41
Reports on the United States Corps of Engineers' appointment of commanders for expanded divisions created after a restructuring.
- It's HAPpening in Charleston.
Wilson, Jack; Jordan, Jonas // All Hands; Jun95, Issue 938, p8
Features the Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP) administered by the US Army Corps of Engineers which purchases military servicemen and federally-employed civilian homeowners' houses in installations subject for closure or realignment. Purchase of houses in Charleston, S.C.; Background on the...
Wilson, Jack; Jordan, Jonas // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 3/28/1997, Vol. 41 Issue 13, p15
Focuses on US Army Corps of Engineers' setting of an April 17, 1997 closing date for the return of bids for its Qatari contract, known as MCA FY '97. Construction of new warehousing facilities; Estimated construction costs; Prospective United States company bidders for the contract.
- Clearing the Air on the Corps.
Wilson, Jack; Jordan, Jonas // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 04/10/2000, Vol. 244 Issue 14, p140
Editorial. Deals with the accusation against the United States Army Corps of Engineers for a possible violation of federal laws and regulations on an Upper Mississippi river lock improvement study. Information on the allegations; Investigation on the case.
- Corps awards grants to 12 research teams.
Wilson, Jack; Jordan, Jonas // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 9/13/93, Vol. 231 Issue 11, p22
Reports on the Corps of Engineers' Construction Productivity Advancement Research (CPAR) program. Joint public-private research and development projects; Funding of 12 out of 172 proposals; Description of some proposals.
- Corps readies cleanup jobs.
Wilson, Jack; Jordan, Jonas // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 1/2/95 & 1/9/95, Vol. 234 Issue 1, p10
Reports on the scheduled awarding of the Total Environmental Restoration Contracts (TERC) by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Delays in the awarding of the TERC; Reasons for the delays; Other TERC awards announced by the Corps.
- Changes are made in three more Corps of Engineers' senior posts.
Ichniowski, Tom // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 10/21/96, Vol. 237 Issue 17, p12
Reports on the major personnel changes at the top level of the Corps of Engineers. Lt. Gen. Joe N. Ballard's assumption of command; Promotion of Maj. Gen. Albert Geneti Jr., as deputy chief; Appointment of Maj. Gen. Russel L. Fuhrman as director of civil works; Designation of Brig. Gen. Phillip...
- Corps unveils cleanup options for New York Harbor spoils.
Ichniowski, Tom // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 10/21/96, Vol. 237 Issue 17, p12
Presents the Army Corps of Engineers' 300-page report that outlines 53 specific options for getting rid of the spoils from the New York City port area. Proposals to construct `aquatic contained disposal facilities'; Identification of 16 specific sites in New York and New Jersey for `upland'...
- Corps shapes former DOE program.
Powers, Mary B.; Ichniowski, Tom; Price, Stuart // ENR: Engineering News-Record; 03/02/98, Vol. 240 Issue 9, p12
States that the Army Corps of Engineers will begin the division of work to clean up private sector sites which were once used for defense missions. Information on the Corps ability to start the clean ups seeing that it is in charge of the program which was turn over by the United States Energy...
- Engineering the Everglades.
Monks, Vicki // National Parks; Sep/Oct90, Vol. 64 Issue 9/10, p32
Examines the US Army Corp of Engineers' plans to restore natural water flows to Everglades National Park to undo its own damage. Restoration of the Kissimmee River; Shark River Slough; Lake Okeechobee; Destructive system of dikes and canals; Comments by Corps personnel.
- Defending the Corps.
Hartung, James // Traffic World; 4/9/2001, Vol. 265 Issue 15, p46
Highlights the critical role played by the Corps of Engineers in the U.S. in developing and maintaining water infrastructure in the country. Responsibilities of the Corps; Details of projects undertaken by the Corps; Possible decrease in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civil works budget in 2001.
- NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION AND PRELIMINARY DECISION FOR TPDES PERMIT FOR MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER RENEWAL.
Hartung, James // Lakelander (Whitney, TX); 9/24/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 39, p6
The article provides information regarding the application and preliminary decision for the renewal of the TPDES Permit No. WQOO12087001 requested by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Clifton, Texas.
- Channel dredging.
Hartung, James // Chemical Week; 4/24/1996, Vol. 158 Issue 16, p36
Reports that the United States Army Corps of Engineers has endorsed a $418-million plan to widen the Houston Ship Channel in Texas.
- Video network saves Army Corps from flood of work.
Boutin, Grover // Communications News; Aug94, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p38
Reports on the advantages of the US Army Corps of Engineers' digital video network. Utilization of network during calamities; Comparison with previous system.
- To the corps.
Boutin, Grover // New Hampshire Business Review; 02/14/97, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p26
Reports on proposed changes in the division setup of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Expected changes in New Hampshire and New England; New England Division to be renamed the New England District; Comments from the Corps' New England Division; Deadline for implementation of restructuring.
- Governors seek answers on flooding.
McCabe, Don // Dakota Farmer; Sep2011, p12
The article reports that seven Missouri River Basin governors have agreed in a closed session that flood control must be the highest priority of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in managing the Missouri River system, and requested the corps to come up with operational changes to flood protection.