Accession Number : ADA496116


Title :   ENGINEER: The Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers. Volume 38, April-June 2008


Descriptive Note : Journal


Corporate Author : ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO


Personal Author(s) : Martin, Gregg F


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a496116.pdf


Report Date : Jun 2008


Pagination or Media Count : 81


Abstract : Teammates: Greetings from Fort Leonard Wood, the home of our magnificent Army Engineer Regiment! While our Regiment is decisively engaged in simultaneous full-spectrum operations across the globe, we have embarked on a significant journey into the human dimension, which will have far-reaching, enduring, and strategic effects on our Regiment and Army. Launching this journey was the principle focus of ENFORCE 2008, which we recently held from 4-9 May in St. Louis and at Fort Leonard Wood. As in the past, the purpose of ENFORCE was to -- *Build the future of our Regiment. *Enhance learning and professional development. *Promote fellowship and esprit de corps. *Celebrate our achievements, traditions, and history. *Connect senior leaders, junior leaders, alumni, and Family into the regimental circle of life. On top of all the learning and hard intellectual work, we had a great time of celebration, fellowship, competition, and remembrance. Highlights included- *World-Class Speakers, who stretched our brains, challenged our conventional thinking, and informed us. *Interaction with our world-class Industry Partners, who support and enable us with materiel and technology solutions and support. *Breakout Sessions with key leaders from around the world who came back to inform and educate us on the Stability Operations they are currently engaged in and responsible for. *Regimental Spirit Run, with plenty of pushups and flutter kicks. *Best Sapper Competition and awards (see article, page 31). *Commandant's Reception and Mega-Mixer, which pulled together senior leaders, junior leaders, alumni, and Family in a wonderful social event. *Tours of the world-class Counter Explosive Hazards Center and Military Construction (MILCON) Projects. *Chief of Engineers State of the Regiment Address (see article page 6). *Prayer Breakfast in the World War II chapel. *Remembrance Service, in honor of the 37 heroic fallen Sappers (see article, page 26).


Descriptors :   *MILITARY ENGINEERING , *ARMY PERSONNEL , *MILITARY ENGINEERS , LANGUAGE , MILITARY PUBLICATIONS , CULTURAL DIFFERENCES , PERIODICALS , REGIMENT LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS , IMPROVISED WEAPONS , EXPLOSIVES , SNIPERS , LEADERSHIP , LEARNING


Subject Categories : Military Forces and Organizations
      Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE