From the TME Archives...
In honor of the 70th Anniversary of V-E Day, a look back at "Engineer Supply in the Continental Invasion," from the pages of TME.
“The Common Sense of Camouflage Attack” by Dr. Alister MacKenzie was published posthumously in the July-August 1934 TME.
The Military Engineer of March-April 2003 offered an inside look at managing repairs at the nation’s 119 military cemeteries.
The July-August 1965 issue of The Military Engineer showed the new West Point graduates commissioned into the Corps of Engineers.
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