Army Engineer Magazine
This issue has a greater variety of articles than ever before. Features range from two separate photos essays...one involving "The Many Faces of NASCAR" with a focus on the U.S. Army sponsored race car and Martinsville Virginia Speedway, while the second will be of interest to those who commute in the Washington DC area...or who soon will...titled "Getting to and From Work in the Wash DC Area." Additionally, Oshkosh Defense wrote an exceptional article, "The Making of the Ship of the Desert"...a history of the development and improvement over the years of the Army's HEMTT vehicle. For those engineer families who have dreamed about building a dream home "in the woods" read about "Building the Barn" by our magazine's Associate Editor. It's amazing what vision, hard work and resourcefulness can do when you set your mind to it. The final feaure is about "Solution Development" as seen in the eyes of a combat engineer. Read about "getting outside the box" when it comes to finding solutions to equipment and other field needs.
As always, there is much more to read about activities within the Engineer Regiment today, many written by those on the front lines. If you are not already a subscriber, click here to learn how you can be.
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