SAME News is a one-stop shop for Society news, magazine articles, event preview and recaps, and much more. Bringing together The Military Engineer magazine, Bricks & Clicks blog, and Real TiME e-newsletter into one location gives readers seamless access to the information you want.

The Military Engineer, since 1909 under its original masthead Professional Memoirs, and since January 1920 in its current incarnation, has been the leading voice championing the accomplishments, the contributions, and the legacy of military engineers and those aligned with ensuring the national security of the United States. TME is a practitioner’s journal. It relies on contributions from servicemembers, government civilians and private sector professionals from across the architectural, engineering, construction, contracting, environmental, public health, resilience, facility management and cyber security fields, and related disciplines. TME Online also features mobile-friendly versions of select articles included in the print edition, as well as web-only content that can be easily read and shared.

Bricks & Clicks seeks to foster timely discourse on topics of importance to SAME members and other industry and military professionals within the A/E/C profession. Coverage includes event previews and recaps, Post notes and Society-related news, updates on award winners, the Academy of Fellows, strategic partnerships, and more. The phrase “Bricks and Clicks” was coined during the mid-1990s as new business models emerged that sought to strike a balance between traditional (“bricks and mortar”) and Internet commerce. In the same spirit, the blog embodies SAME’s commitment to the most efficient means of connecting with members while not losing sight of the organization’s roots. Members are encouraged to submit articles on what their Posts are doing.

Real TiME offers a monthly round-up of news and notes from across the Society, the A/E/C industry and the military engineering community to help streamline communications from the SAME National Office, both saving members time and making it easier to stay engaged. The e-newsletter provides quick links to key items such as event registration, awards submissions, and calls for presentations; offers interviews with members in the Real TiME Podcast; and it highlights Posts and members for their support to the Society and the profession. Each issue also includes fun items like “From the History Vault” and “Tweet of the Month.”

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) leads collaborative efforts to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges. Founded in 1920, the organization, through more than 100 Posts, Field Chapters and Student Chapters around the world, unites public and private sector individuals and organizations from across the architecture, engineering and construction, environmental and facility management, cyber security, project planning, contracting and acquisition, and related disciplines in support of national security.

With its National Office in Alexandria, Va., SAME provides its nearly 30,000 members extensive opportunities for training, education and professional development through a robust offering of conferences, workshops, networking events and publications. Through a membership that includes recent college graduates and retired engineering officers, project managers and corporate executives, uniformed and public sector professionals, and private sector experts, SAME bridges the gaps between critical stakeholders to help secure our nation.

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