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Two articles on Korean War Engineers

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Looks like another great issue of Army Engineer Magazine (May/June 2010).

 

These paragraphs taken from their website:

 

This issue is for engineer veterans. There are two feature stories about engineer service during the Korean War, along with a first-hand account of what it was like getting ready to deploy and then going to Vietnam with an engineer company in 1965, loaded aboard a WWII era troop ship.

 

Lastly, there is a 12-page photo essay pictorially describing the evolution of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri from 1941, until today as it has become the home to the Army's Maneuver Support Center, complete with excellent facilities and support programs for soldiers and families alike.

 

I have copied those two articles here for you.

Army_Eng_Mag_May_June_2010001.pdf

Army_Eng_Mag_May_June_2010002.pdf

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