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Robinson at the Boston Army Terminal.
Washington DC Metro Region
President: MG (Ret) Russell L. Fuhrman | Executive Director: COL (Ret) David Theisen
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Director: CSM (Ret) Julius Nutter
For the children of the fallen.
The Engineer Regiment will celebrate its 250th Anniversary in 2026. With this major milestone of service, AEA would like to better tell the rich history of the Engineer Regiments, Soldiers and their accomplishments. AEA proposes a continuing education program to better educate the current Soldiers of the Engineer Regiment and tell the courage, ingenuity and sacrifice of the Engineers that preceded them in service. We have started to capture the best 100 missions/events over the last 243 years that best exemplify the history of the Regiment. These will be captured on ceiling tile in the ESSAYONS Room in the Engineer Museum.
Service with a Smile! Size: 16”x20”
The 18th Engineer Brigade was reactivated at Karlsruhe, Germany on October 21, 1977. For the next 15 years, the Brigade served as the principal construction brigade for the United States Army Europe and Seventh Army. The Brigade performed numerous construction projects in military communities and training areas throughout USAREUR that included massive range upgrades at Grafenwoehr, and the construction of the Range 23 complex at the Wildflecken Major Training Area. The 18th Engineer Brigade was also responsible for providing topographic support to the European Theater.
- info thanks to Richard Elverson - added 06-23-11
Plaque located at The Engineer Center honoring Sgt. Joe Specker, 48th Combat Engineer. Joe was the only Engineer of WW11 awarded The Medal of Honor.