United States Army Reserve in Operation Desert Storm. Engineer Support at Echelons Above Corps: The 416th Engineer Command
ANDRULIS RESEARCH CORP BETHESDA MD
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This is one in a series of monographs describing and assessing the role of the United States Army Reserve in winning the war in the Persian Gulf. This report is about engineer operations above the corps level during Operation Desert Storm. Specifically, it is the story of the activation, deployment and employment of the Army Reserve 416th Engineer Command, the theater engineer command for the Coalition Forces engaged in the war. The report discusses several phases of engineer support to a number of U.S. corps and the unique functions performed by this United States Army Reserve General Officer Command. This is a success story of significant proportions demonstrating the dedication, professionalism and commitment of a talented group of Reservists working side by side with Active Component soldiers and performing their assigned wartime mission.
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