Attention aspiring TME authors!
Posted on September 26, 2012 | By myadmin | 0 responses
The 2013 Editorial Calendar for The Military Engineer is now available and the deadline to submit proposals for the Jan-Feb 2013 issue is fast approaching.
Main Theme: Environmental Engineering
While “The Environment” has been a major part of the national discussion for more than two decades, new environmental concerns and the tremendous success of recent engineering projects illustrate why progress in this field must continue. TME will look at issues specific to the Department of Defense (DOD), including remediation, munitions response and clean-up, conservation, waterway and habitat restoration, air quality initiatives, environmental compliance, and testing and treatment measures.
Special Report: Transportation
President Obama signed a $105 billion transportation bill into law on July 6, 2012, bringing to an end a three-year battle over road and transit spending. The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), also known as the Transportation Reauthorization Bill, includes a number of reforms, and provides current funding levels plus inflation. This TME special report will highlight transportation projects and address opportunities that the new bill provides for improving our nation’s transportation infrastructure.
Those interested in submitting a proposal should contact Stephen Karl, TME Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 703-549-3800 Ex. 141. The deadline to submit a proposal is Oct. 1, with the final articles to be submitted for consideration due by Oct. 22.
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 the brand new TME Online website, www.themilitaryengineer.com. Check it out!