engineer fallen and wounded

recognizing our fallen and wounded and supporting family members

Engineer Memorial Wall

The Army Engineer Association received generous financial support to facilitate the design, construction, and dedication of the Memorial Wall for Fallen Engineers which is located in the "Sapper Grove" at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri — home of the Army Engineer Regiment. The wall was dedicated during the 2011 ENFORCE Conference on 6-9 April, 2011, in front of a large and representative crowd from across the Engineer Regiment, active and retired. Members of industry who supported the effort also were in attendance. (Photograph by Michael Morgan)

List of donors


Support to Families of Fallen Engineers

The COL Carl F. Baswell Fallen Engineer Memorial Scholarship

Beginning in 2010, AEA will award an annual academic scholarship made possible through the generosity of Colonel Carl F. Baswell, USA (Ret), in the amount of $2500 to a son, daughter, or spouse of a Fallen Engineer who lost their life in either Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) or Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Application for this award is available at right.


Support to Wounded Engineer Veterans of OEF-OIF

The COL Carl F. Baswell Combat Wounded Engineer Scholarship

Beginning in 2010, AEA will award an annual academic scholarship made possible through the generosity of Colonel Carl F. Baswell, USA (Ret), in the amount of $2,500 to an Army Engineer who received combat wounds resulting in the presentation of the Purple Heart in either OEF or OIF. Application for this award is available at right.