Engineer: The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers

Engineer: The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers
Engineer: The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers
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Engineer is a periodical published three times a year by the U.S. Army Engineer School and the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence G-37 Publications Support, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. This bulletin provides timely and authoritative information on Army engineering concepts, plans, policies, doctrine, procedures, operations, equipment, and developments. The objectives of Engineer are to inform, motivate, increase knowledge, improve performance, and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas.

Subscription price covers issues for 1 year. Subscription service begins with the issue current when the order is processed. Copies of the latest 2 issues are retained in stock for individual purchase. Single copy, $13.00; foreign single copy, $18.20. TENG. File Code 2R. Item 334-A-2.

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Table of Contents


2 Clear the Way
By Brigadier General Anthony C. Funkhouser

3 Lead the Way
By Command Sergeant Major Butler J. Kendrick, Jr.

4 Show the Way
By Chief Warrant Officer Five Scott R. Owens

26 Engineer Doctrine Update

34 Book Review: The Price of Glory
Reviewed by Colonel Brian E. Bart

36 Book Review: The Echo of Battle: The Army's Way of War
Reviewed by First Lieutenant Kevin N. Braam


5 The Theater Engineer Command Supporting the Army of 2020
From the Theater Engineer Command Senior Working Group

10 The End of an Era: Lessons Learned from the Last J-7 in Iraq
By Colonel Fabian E. Mendoza, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin M. Wallen, and Major Holli A. Bennett

14 Rehearsals: The Lost Art
By Captain Michael P. Carvelli

17 USACE Supports the Army Family Through School Construction
By Dr. JoAnne Castagna

18 An Introduction to Aquaduct Warfare
By First Lieutenant Evan M. Nelson

20 The Double Life of Brigadier General Paschal N. Strong - How One Engineer Officer Had a Lasting Impact on the Battlefield and the Home Front
By Colonel John M. Riley

23 Lessons Learned in Energy Efficiency
By Colonel Stewart R. Fearon

28 Alaska District Takes Prominent Role in New Defense Strategy
By Colonel Christopher D. Lestochi

30 Study Offers Guidance for Using Indigenous Materials and Methods to Build Base Camps
By Dr. Ghassan Al-Chaar


Engineer presents professional information designed to keep U.S. military and civilian engineers informed of current and emerging developments within their areas of expertise for the purpose of enhancing their professional development.

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Frequency changed to 3 issues per year in mid 2008. Issue dates are Jan.-A[r., May-Aug, and Sept-Dec as of 2009. O/N 09-004.
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