Dillard Jr., Larry F.
January 2014
Engineer;Jan-Apr2014, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p24
Trade Publication
The article provides some tips for future brigade engineer battalion (BEB) commanders in the U.S. Recommendations include commanding an entire battalion, avoiding the transfer of command to brigade staff officers, and managing officer talent. Other suggestions include creating inclusive team-building activities, developing clear support relationships, and looking for ways to train BEB together.


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