Army Engineers

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Army Engineer Association/
Army Engineer Association

The United States Army Engineers and its commercial partners have been meeting the needs of the Nation for over 225 years.
They have always answered the call, in WAR and PEACE, and have performed with great distinction.

Engineer Enlisted Branch Newsletter
Welcome to the home of the Engineer Corps enlisted personnel managers.
We are one of several career branches which make up the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate (EPMD) ,
U.S. Total Army Personnel Command (PERSCOM). This newsletter is dedicated to keeping the Engineer enlisted soldiers informed. 
Our primary focus is placing the right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time.

Bruce "Snake" Crandall
Citizen, Soldier, Leader, Pilot, Ace, Hero, Husband, Athlete, Comedian, Celebrity
This site  created as a surprise with love and pride for our
father-- Fathers Day 2001

(CONUS) Corps Mechanized Combat Engineer Battalion in the U.S. Army, I am especially privileged to lead and
train the combat engineers that are uniquely postured to provide maneuverability, counter-mobility, and survivability
upport to U.S. Combat Forces anywhere in the world.

6th Engineer Training Brigade, Fort Carson, CO
This site is provided as a public service by Fort Carson. This site is intended to be used by the public for viewing and retrieving information only.

7th Engineer Battalion
This site was intended, when I first opened it, as a 4-5 page tribute to those who served with me in Alpha Company,
7th Engineer Battalion (Combat), 1st Infantry Brigade, 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized), along the DMZ in the
Republic of Viet Nam. As you will see, it has grown to include all of the periods of the Battalion's (and A Company's)
extended active duty tours from its organization in 1917 as the 7th Regiment of Engineers through the last active duty tour ending in 1992 at Fort Polk, Louisiana.

8th Engineer Battalion (Korea)
Armstrong family;  WWII-artillery;   Bullrun;   Forester;  Korean-war:Newsletters;   Vermont;  WorldWar II;    
Genealogy; 282nd,  283rd, 284th, and 512th  Field Artillery Battalions;    8th Engineer Battalion; 1st Cavalry Division;   

We are a divisional mechanized combat engineer unit, composed of three line companies and a headquarters company.
Our mission is to provide moblity, counter-mobility, and Survivability support for the 2nd Dagger Brigade with well
trained Combat Engineers ready to deploy anywhere at any time.

11th Engineer Base

13th Engineer (C) Battalian
The purpose of this association is to keep the memory of the 13th Engineer's alive and  well and to remember those
that made the ultimate sacrifice for FREEDOM

15TH Combat Engineer's
This Site Is For All Veterans
To Visit, Publish And Reminisce
God Bless America and watch over our Troops

18th Engineer's 71-72
Rememberance    Pow/Mia's Robert Jenne, Imlay Widdison,Jerry Shriver

27th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Airborne)

27th Land Clearing Team
The "JUNGLE EATERS" of the 27th LCT were a bunch of young rough and tumble guys,
we were a "get it done" outfit. We were dirty, unshaven, needed haircuts, didn't wear shirts or socks when we
could get away with it. We were "ROME PLOW" operators, we treated our plows as if they were our girlfriends/wives back home.

37th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Airborne)"Eagle Battalion"

42nd Engineer Battalion (Const)

42nd Engineer  Battalion, 172nd Seperate In
The 42nd Engineer Battalion (Construction) was attached to Alaska Command at Fort Richardson, close to Anchorage during the 50's.
   Its various missions were to build the early warning system also known as the DEW line,and to build radar tracking triple "AAA" sites.

59th Land Clearing Company

60th Eng. (LC), 62nd Eng. Bn.
War is not the best place to be, BUT with this tough KICK A*S bunch of "Jungle Eaters" it was bearable.


70th Combat Engineer Battalion
Veterans who served in Vietnam 1965-1969(An Khe, Pleiku and elsewhere)
We are looking for other veterans of A Company as well as their family members.

86th Engineer Battalion (Vietnam

100th Engineer Company Float Bridge

Viet Nam

This site is dedicated to those with whom I have served and who have served with the 100th Engineer Company (Float Bridge). 
While most of these photos are from my collection and tour of duty, I will gladly include others. 
There is very little information regarding the 100th available on the web.  This is my small attempt to change that ..

Richard M. Ramire

tour of duty ... June 1968 - July 1969

104th Engineer Association The purpose of the 104th Engineer Association is to perpetuate the goals and ideals of the former 104th Engineer Battalion

and the New Jersey Army National Guard, and to support the United States Army and the Army National Guard in word and deed within the capabilities and resources of the Association.

107th Engineer Battalion

108th Combat Engineer Battalion (WWII)

Looking for excellent job skills, money for college, travel and excitement, or a chance to serve your community and country, then the 115th Engineer Battlion is for you 175th COMBAT ENGINEERS
Part of the Brigade support of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade. The first independent light infantry brigade in the U.S. Army was activated 15 of September

1965 at Fort Devens, Massachusetts.

The new 196th Brigade contained 3800 soldiers.

From 1966-1972   20,000 soldiers passed through the ranks of

The 196th Brigade in Vietnam, 1,200 did not return

181ST. Engineer Bn.

295th. Combat Engineer Bn.

325th Engineer Combat Battalion

362nd Engineer Company (Light Equipment)

388th Engineer Battalion

533rd Engineer Boat and Shore Regiment
This page has been developed as an introduction to the service record of the 533rd EB&SR which served in the southwest Pacific during World War II.
It now contains rosters with nearly 4000 entries.

538th Landclearing Company   
Roger Briggs, Plow Operator....
During the summer of 2000, Roger Briggs began his journey to locate the men of the 538th Engineer Company (LC) 
with a list of 12 names and a dream.  By November of 2002, 150 men had been located and two reunions were held. 
The dream continues on through the men, that he brought back together, and the memory of:

December 11, 1948 - November 1, 2002
All that knew him, loved him
Army Engineer Association Infantry Brigade,  Alaska THE 175th COMBAT ENGINEERS

544th Engineer Boat and Shore Regiment

The term Sapper can be traced back as far as 1501 during the siege of Roven during the French Wars. 
Sappers throughout time have proven their abilities to build and repair fortifications, execute field works,
and reform the countryside with demolitions and heavy equipment to weaken the enemy and lead the infantry to victory on the battlefield.

585th Engineer Company (DT) Association

588th Combat Engineer Bn.
Dedicated to the soldiers who have served in the 588th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Army), and its predecessor, the 388th Engineer Battalion (1942-1954)

648th Engineer Bn.
This web site is created for the use of the general public and the soldiers of this battalion. 
The 648TH is dedicated to ensuring that our soldiers are consistently provided up to date
information on Training, Personnel & Administration, and Logistics.  We also hope to provide
general information Combat Engineers, the Georgia Army National Guard, and the U.S. Militaryduring the Viet Nam Conflict. Has a chat Room and message board.

809th Engineer Battalion Home Page

The 809th Engineer Battalion was one of two battalions assigned under the 44th Engineer Group,

Nakhorn Ratchasima (Korat), Thailand. The second being the 538th located near Sattahip, Thailand.

815th Engineer Battalion (Const)
I built this webpage to help members of the 815th. Battalion
to find friends and comrades who served with them in Viet Nam
from the time the unit left Ft. Belvoir, Va

844th Engineer Battalion, USAR

857th Engineer Aviation Battalion
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, Karl Rittmann, a senior at the Rhode Island School
of Design, put his education on hold and enlisted in the Army.  Following Officers Training in Virginia, Lieutenant

Rittmann was off to the Pacific theater where he was assigned to the 857th Aviation Engineers.
The images on this page are some of the drawings Karl produced during his time in the Pacific.

984th Land Clearing Company


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