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Pub Number Proponent Title Pub Date Latest Review Info
EP 870-1-61 CEHO Water Resources: People and Issues - Interview with Theodore M. Shad 7/1/1999 Interview log on Hydraulics and Hydrology
EP 870-1-62 CEHO Water Resources: Hydraulics and Hydrology - Interview with Alfred S. Harrison 12/1/1998 Interview log on Hydraulics and Hydrology
EP 870-1-63 CEHO Engineer Memoirs: Lieutenant General John W. Morris 12/1/2000 Memoirs of John W. Morris
EP 870-1-64 CEHO Environmental Cleanup at Former and Current Military Sites: A Guide to Research 11/1/2001 This research guide is intended to help all environmental researchers complete their historical research as quickly and economically as possible.
EP 870-1-65 CEHO Engineer Memoirs: Major General Richard S. Kem 10/2/2013 Memoirs of Richard S. Kem
EP 870-1-66 CEHO Remembering the "Forgotten War": U.S. Army Engineer Officers in Korea 7/4/2013 USACE providing combat support on the front lines in the form of bridges, ferries roads, and road maintenance.
EP 870-1-67 CEHO Capital Engineers: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Development of Washington, D.C., 1790-2004 7/3/1905 USACE mission in the Washington Area by maintaining navigation on the city's rivers and building facilities on its many military installations.
EP 870-1-68 CEHO The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: A History 8/7/2013 An overview of many of the missions that engineers have performed in support of the U.S. Army and the Nation since the early days of the American Revolution.
EP 870-1-69 CEHO Nothing But Praise: A History of the 1321st General Service Regiment 12/9/2013 chronicles the training and battlefield experiences of one unit that served in Europe during World War II
EP 870-1-7 CEHO Engineer Historical Studies No. 2 Explorer on the Northern Plains: Lieutenant Gouveneur K. Warren's Preliminary Report of Explorations in Nebraska and Dakota, in the Years 1855 - '56-'57 10/1/1981 This is the second publication in the new series of Corps of Engineers Historical Studies
EP 870-1-70 CEHO Situation Desperate: U.S. Army Engineer Disaster Relief Operations, Origins to 1950 8/30/2011 This volume on the history of the Army Engineer disaster assistance mission traces the federal program from its tentative beginnings in the nineteenth century to the enactment of a permanent federal policy on disaster assistance in 1950.
EP 870-1-71 CEHO Building For Peace: U.S. Army Engineers in Europe 1945-1991 6/29/1905 This study of nearly half a century of military construction in Europe serves to record both the achievements of the past and some key lessons learned.
EP 870-1-72 CEHO Bricks, Sand, and Marble: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction in the Mediterranean and Middle East, 1947-1991 7/1/1905 USACE in military construction in the Mediterranean Basin (including northern and northeastern Africa) and the Middle East, which created the infrastructure that made the policies of deterrence and containment possible.
EP 870-1-74 CEHO USACE in the District of Columbia Brochure 3/1/2014
EP 870-1-8 CEHO Engineer Memoirs: Lieutenant General Walter K. Wilson, Jr. 5/1/1984 This volume in the Engineers Memoirs Series attempts to correct the situation by preserving material of historical significance that is not available elsewhere.
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