The Military Engineer
The Military Engineer

March - April 2014

Civil Infrastructure

Vol 106. Number 688

Finishing the Job in New Orleans
Finishing the Job in New Orleans

By R.L. Mullins Jr., Ph.D., P.E., PMP, AICP, M.SAME, and John D. Take, P.E., ENV SP, M.SAME

Cleaning up After Sandy
Cleaning up After Sandy

By Andrew Raichle, P.E., M.SAME

Identifying Flood Hazards
Identifying Flood Hazards

By David Turk, GISP, CFM, M.SAME

Advancing America’s Infrastructure
Advancing America’s Infrastructure

By R.L. Mullins Jr., Ph.D., P.E., PMP, AICP, M.SAME, and John D. Take, P.E., ENV SP, M.SAME

The Army Engineer Total Force

By Col. David C. Hill, M.SAME, USA

“Can Do” Around the World

By Capt. Lou Cariello, P.E., CEC, M.SAME, USN

Agile, Ready and Flexible

By Col. Edwin Oshiba, M.SAME, USAF, and Lt. Col. Matthew Brennan, USAF

Joint Engineering for the Future

By Col. Timothy O’Rourke, EIT, M.SAME, USA (Ret.)

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Good Friday, 1964: The Great Alaskan Earthquake
By Patrick M. Coullahan, P.E., PMP, F.SAME and Allan D. Lucht, P.E., M.SAME
  The January-February 1967 issue of The Military Engineer looked at construction of a hurricane barrier off the southern coast of Massachusetts.
Partnership Success: Department of Defense and the Munitions Response Industry
By Suzy Cantor-McKinney and Mark Albe, PMP, M.SAME
  The January-February 1974 issue of The Military Engineer examined an engineering disaster from the 19th century: The Johnstown Flood.
From a Green Roof to a Golden Outcome
By Albert “Al” Bisacky and Daniel Tenney
  70 years ago this month, The Military Engineer examined combat operations in Guadalcanal and New Georgia Island.
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