Attention aspiring TME authors!


TME—The Military Engineer is accepting article proposals for the March-April 2013 issue! The deadline to submit a proposal is coming up, so reach out today!

Main Theme: Sustainable Installations
From meeting federal mandates for energy, water and waste conservation at domestic facilities to ensuring that bases in theater are sustainable and reliable, the dynamic collaboration between industry and government is what will ultimately make the most secure, efficient and long-lasting military installations. TME will focus on efforts relating to recent presidential executive orders, legislative guidance, and new DOD facilities criteria requiring the sustainable—and effective—development and operation of installations and the individual buildings therein, including efforts to achieve Net Zero.

Special Report: International Engineering Assistance
The provision of aid and engineering outreach by the military and government is not a new phenomenon, but one that may not always be at the forefront of people’s attention. Whether building a schoolhouse in the Caribbean, drilling a community well in the Horn of Africa, or providing assistance after a natural or man-made disaster, the efforts of uniformed and civilian engineers are promoting peace while improving the quality of life around the globe. This special report will detail engineering efforts of military, governmental and non-governmental organizations including insight on Phase 0 and other infrastructure-building and shaping operations.

Those interested in submitting a proposal should contact Stephen Karl, TME Editor, at, or 703-549-3800 Ext. 141.

Check out the rest of the TME slate for 2013 by clicking here. Writer guidelines and more details on the submission process can be found at

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