Engineer: The Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers, Jan-Apr 2010
ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO
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More than any time in our history, today our Engineer Regiment is composed of a great depth of combat experience, a wide breadth of applied engineering savvy, and an incredible force of innovative Soldiers - particularly our young leaders. Equally historic, todays engineer operations around the world - from Iraq and Afghanistan to Haiti, and from Korea to the Horn of Africa - require greater partnering of engineers across nations and Services. Further, we are at a pivotal time in our history as a Regiment - solidifying the enduring lessons learned from nine years of combat and applying them to the challenges we face in the next decade of persistent conflict. As such, there are three major themes for this years ENFORCE. Allow me to elaborate on these themes and highlight a few key events Theme 1 - Gaining Sage Wisdom from Our Young Leaders. Theme 2 - Expanding Engineer Partnerships as a Forethought. Theme 3 - Checking Our Campaign Plan Azimuth and Pace Count.
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