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Creativity at Home and Lethality Abroad

By Rear Adm. Darius Banaji, P.E., CEC, M.SAME, USN, and Jeffrey Creekmore, P.E.  One of the most lethal branches of the military in the fight against violent extremist organizations is...

A Smarter Way to Manage Utilities

By Capt. John Kliem, P.E., CEM, M.SAME, USN (Ret.) The mission of the U.S. Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression...

A Crucial Coral Atoll in the North Pacific Ocean

By Karina Quintans, M.SAME, and Jamie Oakley, PG, LHG, M.SAMESituated in the Pacific Ocean, just west of the International Dateline, between Hawaii and Japan,...

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SAME at 100: Bringing Communities Together, 1921

Explore the SAME Centennial Timeline with #SAME100 A prescient understanding of those who established SAME was that future conflicts and sustained security of the nation would depend on military and...

SAME at 100: Keeping Members Informed, 1920

Explore the SAME Centennial Timeline with #SAME100 In 1920, the primary method of communicating the new Society of American Military Engineers was its journal: The Military Engineer. From 1909-1919, the Corps...

SAME at 100: A Society is Born, 1920

Explore the SAME Centennial Timeline with #SAME100 When the United States joined World War I, military engineers numbered 256 officers and 2,228 soldiers. At war’s end, there were 10,886 officers...

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