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The March/April 2014 issue of Army Engineer magazine is on the streets!

AEA industry exhibition | fort leonard wood, mo | 21–23 april 2014

The AEA INDUSTRY EXHIBITION AT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO, will be 21–23 April 2014 at Nutter Field House.

Vendors, time is running short to make your plans to showcase your equipment and services.

Sponsors, thank you for your generous support!

new reunion notices!

Check out the reunions page for details.

check out the regimental store

The AEA regimental store has a limited number of historical prints left in stock. Get yours before they are gone!

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The AEA is specifically organized to facilitate cohesion, interaction, and networking within the United States Army Corps of Engineers' total family of soldiers, civilians, family members, and alumni.

As such, AEA serves as both the “honor fraternity” and “alumni association” for the U. S. Army Engineer Regiment. AEA provides its members with an Army Engineer network for life. All members of this network are inseparably linked for life by their common service as an Army Engineer.

AEA supports the Army Engineer Regiment, with emphasis on soldiers now serving and veterans through:

  • Memorials to units and individuals
  • Support to Engineer fallen and wounded
  • Performance excellence awards for junior and senior personnel
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