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Building Peace: Military Engineers on Peacekeeping Operations This Year

Building Peace: Military Engineers on Peacekeeping Operations This Year

The expansion of peacetime and humanitarian operations presents today’s military engineer with a range of responsibilities in aid of ensuring international forces can provide support to civilians, whatever the situation. From construction projects to mine clearance, this map looks at some of the most interesting developments that have taken place across the world in the past year.

International Military Engineering 2017 will include discussion of peacekeeping lessons and developments from the perspectives of engineers and solution-providers.

Military Engineering - A Visual Guide to Modern Military Engineering

Military Engineering - A Visual Guide to Modern Military Engineering

With uncertainty around future operational commitments, the pressures of the current humanitarian security environment, the anticipated effects of global warming, and the increasing sophistication of threats, the context for engineering operations has become vastly more complex. Military engineers must now be prepared to play a broader role than at any time in history, while continuing to provide excellent delivery of conventional capabilities. This visual guide presents a landscape-view of operations today and tomorrow, as well as a look into the development of FOB protection in the coming years and recommendations on which of our conference speakers will be covering these topics...

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Renewable Energy on the Front Line: Interactive Diagram

Renewable Energy on the Front Line: Interactive Diagram

The case for reducing fuel supplies in theatre can be made in the fact that energy efficiency does not just save money, but also saves lives, reducing casualties through the simplification of logistics. In spite of the drawdown from Afghanistan, military planners must focus on the future, anticipating that the next deployed ground force will need to be outfitted with the best capability possible to generate enough energy on-base. View the diagram and scroll over the green energy buttons to learn more...