Stainbrook, Neal A.
May 2015
Engineer;May-Aug2015, Vol. 45, p17
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The article presents tips for graduates of the Engineer Captains Career Course and assistant brigade engineers (ABEs) of the U.S. Army on how they prepare for their role at combat training centers (CTCs) particulary at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California. It states the need to read and understand Army Techniques Publication. It notes the need to attend leader training class hosted by CTC. It mentions the importance of conducting rehearsals.


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