Attend the 2014 Hawaii Engineer Training Workshop!

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On 7 and 8 October, at historic Hickam Officers Club at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, SAME will host an engineer training workshop bringing together top military engineer leaders from across the Pacific area of operations for information-sharing, education and training. The 2014 Hawaii Engineer Training Workshop presents a unique opportunity for government and industry collaborationRead More »

Posts Support SAME Mission

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SAME Posts are always giving back, whether promoting professional development, supporting STEM and wounded warriors, mentoring aspiring engineers, or volunteering in community activities, among other outreach. They are the soldiers on the ground—promoting the SAME mission through action. SAN ANTONIO POST SUPPORTS WOUNDED WARRIOR INITIATIVE Recently the SAME San Antonio Post participated in the 2014Read More »

AOF Nominations Due Oct. 1

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Nominations for the 2015 Class of Fellows are due no later than noon EST, October 1, 2014. Since 1972, the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) has bestowed the designation of Fellow on its members who have rendered dedicated and outstanding service to SAME and to military engineering and in support of national security. InRead More »

Get Published in TME!

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Well before the calendar turns to 2015, The Military Engineer is accepting submissions for the 2015 issues of TME. In fact, the deadline for article proposals for the January-February issue is in October! Check out the 2015 TME Editorial Calendar for more details on upcoming topics planned for the year ahead. Share your projects andRead More »

Upcoming Webinar: Compliance with Labor Laws

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Ever run afoul of labor laws? Know someone who has? When running a small business, you often have to wear many hats—hats that don’t always fit perfectly off the rack because they’re not your area of expertise. But someone has to take the responsibility on. If you’re a contractor working on a federal project, aRead More »