Rome Plow Operator

Rome Plow operator in Vietnam, clearing land with a dozer and executing one of the most dangerous and deadly missions then carried out by Army Engineers. (U.S. Army photo)

army engineer veterans

we clear the way

The Army Engineer Association is the only organization serving as the rallying point for Army Engineers, past and present. What these individuals have accomplished, and the units in which they served, are very important in relation to the history and traditions of the United States Army.

How to locate a person or unit with whom you served

The Army Engineer Association does not have an archive, library, or file on organizations or individuals; however, we do maintain a listing of military and other units which have their own website. Try unit links. If what you are interested in is not on that page, we offer other agencies as a possible source of information.

  • For individual service records after 1912, and for army medals and awards, contact the National Personnel Records Center (Military), 9700 Page Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63132; phone: 800-318-5298.
  • For unit operational records prior to 1939 and individual service records before 1913, contact the Military Reference Branch, National Archives, Washington, DC 20408; 202-501-5430.
  • For unit operational records since 1939, contact the Textual Reference Branch, National Archives, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740; phone: 301-713-7250.
  • For unit Lineage and honors, contact the US Army Center of Military History, 103 Third Avenue, Fort McNair, Washington, DC 20319; phone 202-685-2733.

Office of History
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Kingman Building Room 2B20
Telegraph Road
Alexandria, VA 22315

U.S. Army Military History Institute
Ashburn Drive
Carlisle, PA 17013-5
008 717.245.3971