ENGINEER: The Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers. Volume 38, April-June 2008
ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO
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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. Commandants 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.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics