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2nd Lt Andrew Sauer
Post President

The Society of American Military Engineers is the only nonprofit professional engineering education organization that actively promotes the advancement of both individual technical knowledge and the collective engineering capabilities of governments, the uniformed services and private industry.

Our goal is to unite public and private sector entities and individuals in the A/E/C fields so that we can prepare for and overcome natural and man made disasters, acts of terrorism and improve security at home and abroad.

The Delmarva Post accomplishes this goal locally by supporting monthly luncheon meetings and other professional/social activities attended by members of local government, military, private industry, students and other interested parties. These meetings are announced via our e-mail distribution list and quarterly newsletter. We are supported by the national Society of American Military Engineers and publications such as The Military Engineer, which also promotes the interests and goals of our society and its members. Please peruse our website to discover the benefits of SAME Delmarva Post membership.

  • Delmarva Post Scholarship Program - Available to high school seniors or other incoming first year college freshman from the DelMarVa area who have been accepted into the engineering program of a four-year, ABET accredited college.  Candidate shall be a Senior at a high school, or have a primary residence for one continuous full year prior to the application deadline, located in Delaware, on the Eastern Shore (below the C&D Canal) of Maryland or on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Candidate shall submit a completed application form, including essay, to arrive at the designated destination no later than 4:30 p.m. local time on March 31 of the year of graduation. For more information please contact Alan Marteney, P.E. at 302-734-9188 ext. 2109 or amarteney@centuryeng.com
  • The Delmarva Post is looking for speakers for its periodic luncheon meetings.   The topics should be technical in nature.   If you are interested, please contact Matthew Brainard