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EP 870-1-43 Water Resources People & Issues Interview with Gilbert T White

Preface: Few people have influenced water resources planning more than Gilbert White. Within the Corps, his impact is reflected in the Floodplain Information Services Program, which has been in existence for over 30 years. Also, the Corps’ Office of History …Read More

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EP 870-1-42 Builders & Fighters – U.S. Army Engineers in World War II

BUILDERS AND FIGHTERS: U.S. ARMY ENGINEERS IN WORLD WAR II

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EP 870-1-41 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Response to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

Foreword: The Exxon Valdez oil spill was the largest and most destructive in United States history. In the wake of this disaster, the Army Corps of Engineers joined the team headed by the United States Coast Guard to mount a …Read More

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EP 870-1-40 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Natural Resources Management on Military Installations, 1941-1987

Foreword: This study shows the evolution of the Army Corps of Engineers’ responsibilities for the natural environment on Army bases. Reflecting both wartime urgencies and peacetime concerns, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Natural Resources Management on Army Installations, …Read More

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EP 870-1-38 Holding the Line The 51st Engineer Combat Battalion and the Battle of the Bulge December 1944-January 1945

Foreword: On 16 December 1944, when the 51st Engineer Combat Battalion faced the Germans’ last gasp effort to win the war, it had been operating 30 sawmills in support of the  First United States Army. Within days the battalion was …Read More

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EP 870-1-37 The Nation Builder A Sesquicentennial History of the Corps of Topographical Engineers

Foreword: This book marks an important anniversary in the history of our development as a nation. In 1838 Congress established the Corps of Topographical Engineers, an organization whose main purpose was the peacetime fostering of economic growth and national cohesion. …Read More

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EP 870-1-36 Register of the Arthur Maass Papers

Foreword: Arthur Maass is one of the major figures in the development of water policies and planning procedures in the post-World War II era. An early critic of Corps of Engineers planning procedures, as evidenced in his well-known book Muddy …Read More

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EP 870-1-35 Interviews with Professor Arthur Maass

Foreword: The history of water resources in the United States is long and complicated. The issues are complex and will no doubt remain that way, for problems dealing with water quality and quantity are not always easily resolvable. They involve …Read More

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EP 870-1-32 Bridging the Imjin Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges during the Korean War October 1952 through July 1953

Foreword: As the 40th anniversary of the Korean War approaches, we in the Corps of Engineers should reexamine how our predecessors overcame the engineering challenges posed by the rugged and unforgiving environment in which that war was fought. A number …Read More

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EP 870-1-31 CMH Pub 70-45 Building Air Bases in the Negev The US Army Corps of Engineers in Israel 1979 through 1982

Foreword: The U.S. Army’s role as an instrument of foreign policy is usually viewed in a strictly military sense. This book tells the story of an Army agency supporting national objectives in a different way. It traces the development of …Read More

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EP 870-1-29 The Evolution of the 1936 Flood Control Act

Foreword: Few laws have had such an impact on the United States Army Corps of Engineers as the 1936 Flood Control Act. For over 50 years before passage of this act, Congress had been periodically charging the Corps with flood …Read More

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EP 870-1-25 Engineer Memoirs – General William M. Hoge

Foreword: This is the sixth publication in the Engineer Memoirs series of career interviews. The series contains the selected recollections of major figures in recent Corps history. These memoirs lend important perspective to decision making, now and in the future. …Read More

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