welcome and hooah!

The May/June 2016 issue of Army Engineer magazine has been mailed! Look for your copy!


Conferences and Seminars

ENGINEER REGIMENTAL INFORMATION AND TRAINING SEMINAR


Click here for updated and time-sensitive info on this 21 June training seminar.

2016 CASTLE BALL


Click here for information on this 5 August event.


2016 Reunions


Click here for an UPDATED list of reunions in the new year.


by popular demand: Joining the Long Green Line


Joining the Long Green Line: One Station Unit Training


November/December online supplement


Engineering in Resolute Support: An In-Depth Series, PART THREE


2016 advertisements and article submission deadlines


Advertisers and authors, click here for the schedule for 2016.


New Guardian of the Castle donation levels

CHECK THEM OUT!


Visit your regimental store!

The AEA regimental store has a limited number of historical prints left in stock. We also have new items. TAKE A LOOK!


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