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JETC Begins May 24 in Phoenix!

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SAME will host its annual Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo (JETC) in Phoenix, Ariz., May 24-26 at the Phoenix Convention Center. With more than 1,500 attendees each year, JETC is the premier education and training conference for public and private sector professionals in the architecture, engineering, construction, environmental, facility management, project planning, and contracting […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Water for Vietnam”

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This week, TME Looks Back: Vietnam examines “Water for Vietnam” from the March-April 1967 issue of TME. Authored by two officers of the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, the article looks at the growing requirements for water by U.S. forces in Vietnam and how engineers were providing solutions throughout the area of operations.  The article appears […]

Honoring Air Force Engineering Cadets!

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On April 22 in Colorado Springs, the SAME Pikes Peak Post hosted the 12th Annual Engineers Banquet to welcome graduating seniors from the U.S. Air Force Academy into the Air Force Civil Engineering community. The event was attended by local SAME members from the Colorado Front Range, faculty members from the Air Force Academy, and other invited […]

Saluting Future Army Engineers!

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The 2016 Engineer Dinner for graduating cadets at West Point who will enter the Engineer Branch was held April 21 at the U.S. Military Academy. The annual event, co-hosted by the SAME New York City Post, brings together Army engineering leaders, the senior cadets, and members of SAME to celebrate the future engineers and give them […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Culvert Expedient in Vietnam”

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This week, TME Looks Back: Vietnam examines “Culvert Expedient in Vietnam” from the July-August 1965 issue of TME. Published under Military Engineering Field Notes, a section of the magazine dedicated to short, technical briefs from military engineers in the field, author Capt. Charles Ogren of the Corps of Engineers details the solution to improving drainage so that a key road […]

Preview the 2016 JETC!

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The 2016 JETC is heading to the Valley of the Sun, May 24-26, for three days of unparalleled education and training opportunities for members of the A/E/C industry who are focused on finding solutions to national security infrastructure-related challenges.  JETC will offer daily networking events, including the opening reception at Corona Ranch & Rodeo Grounds on May […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “MCB-EIGHT in Vietnam”

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This week, TME Looks Back: Vietnam heads to 1966 and a Da Nang camp site for an inside look at the work of Seabees with Mobile Construction Battalion 8. “MCB-EIGHT in Vietnam” by Lt. Roger G. Martin, CEC, USN, was published in the July-August 1966 issue of The Military Engineer .  The article appears below in mobile-friendly […]

Supporting STEM in Houston: Touring METRO Rail Operations Center

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On Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, the SAME STEM Committee organized the third annual field trip for 26 sixth grade students from St. Ambrose Catholic School to the Houston METRO Rail Operations Center. Vincent Sanders, Lead Transportation Systems Planner for METRO, and Sandra Strickland, Executive assistant to Scott Grogan, Senior Director of Rail Operations, arranged for the […]

Recapping the FY17 DOD & Federal Agency Program Briefings

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Two days. 16 federal agencies. 29 speakers. Nearly 600 attendees. Billions of dollars of government projects and services needed. The SAME FY2017 DOD & Federal Agency Program Briefings, held March 8-9 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Alexandria, Va., gave SAME members from across the A/E/C industry an opportunity to hear directly from the military services and several […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Military Construction in Vietnam”

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This TME Looks Back: Vietnam features a three-part article on “Military Construction in Vietnam,” incorporating a Navy Civil Engineer Corps perspective, a contractor’s view, as well as Army troop construction insights. The three-part article was published in the September-October 1966 issue of The Military Engineer .  The article appears below in mobile-friendly format. In the summer of 2016, […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Foxholes for Aircraft”

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This week in TME Looks Back: Vietnam, we feature the first Air Force Prime BEEF civil engineers to appear on the cover of The Military Engineer (November-December 1966) along with an accompanying Military Engineer Field Notes short article on “Foxholes for Aircraft” by Senior Master Sgt. Robert C. Bueker, USAF.  The article appears below in mobile-friendly […]

SAME to Honor Golden Eagle Award Winners

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The SAME Academy of Fellows will honor Lt. Gen. Robert L. Van Antwerp, P.E., F.SAME, USA (Ret.), 52nd U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, with the Golden Eagle Award for Significant Contributions to the Engineering Profession, and Adm. Vernon E. Clark, USN (Ret.), 27th Chief of Naval Operations, with the Golden Eagle Award for Significant Contributions […]

Preview the SAME Transition Workshop & Job Fair

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If you are a transitioning servicemember, a recent veteran, or an SAME member interested in looking for a new career opportunity in the A/E/C industry, register to attend the 2016 Transition Workshop & Job Fair. Being held March 23-24 at the Embassy Suites BWI in Linthicum, Md., the SAME Transition Workshop & Job Fair provides a venue […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Army Engineers in Vietnam” & “Operations at Cam Ranh Bay”

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This week in TME Looks Back: Vietnam, we feature two articles from the January-February 1966 issue of The Military Engineer: “Army Engineers in Vietnam,” by Maj. Gen. T.J. Hayes III, USA; and ” Operations at Cam Ranh Bay” by Capt. Lindbergh Jones, USA. The articles appear below in mobile-friendly format. In the summer of 2016, […]

SAME to Invest 24 New Members into the Academy of Fellows

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The SAME Academy of Fellows will invest 24 new Fellows during its annual Investiture Ceremony, which will be held Thursday, March 10, 2016 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Alexandria, Va. Established in 1995, the SAME Academy of Fellows recognizes those members who have rendered dedicated and outstanding service to the Society, to military engineering, and the A/E/C profession.   […]

Preview SAME’s “March Madness” Events!

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SAME’s FY2017 DOD & Federal Agency Program Briefings will be held over two days (March 8-9) at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Va. Open exclusively to SAME members, this annual event offers professionals from across the A/E/C industry and related fields a chance to hear from military and government engineering leadership on the projected federal budgets […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Seabees in Combat”

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This week in TME Looks Back: Vietnam, we remember the heroism of sailors from Seabee Team 1104, who, while working on constructing an Army Special Forces camp 60-mi north of Saigon were attacked, along with 11 soldiers and 400 members of the Vietnamese Defense Force, by an estimated 1,500 to 2,000-men strong Viet Cong shortly before midnight. “Seabees […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Vietnamese Engineers and Civic Action”

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This week in TME Looks Back: Vietnam, we feature a short article from the Military Engineer Field Notes section of the January-February 1966 issue of TME. “Vietnamese Engineers and Civic Action” was written by by Capt. Michael Mulkey, USA, of the Corps of Engineers. The article appears below in mobile-friendly format. In the summer of […]

TME Looks Back: Vietnam – “Engineers’ Role in Counterinsurgency”

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This week in TME Looks Back: Vietnam, we return to the November-December 1963 issue of The Military Engineer for “Engineers’ Role in Counterinsurgency” by Col. L.L. Hasemen of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Col. Hasemen examines the importance of the military base and associated infrastructure to a successful insurgent movement and the key role that Army engineers […]

SF Post Hosts Annual Holiday Gala

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The San Francisco Post held its Annual Holiday Gala fundraiser, Dec. 9, 2015 at the Marines’ Memorial Club in San Francisco. Vice Adm. Jody Breckenridge, USCG (Ret.), former Commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area, delivered the keynote. Introduced by Post member Zack Bedford of MacDonald-Bedford, Adm. Breckenridge focused her address on the fact that the engineers and […]

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