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National IGE Report: March-April 2023SAME’s National IGE Report for March-April 2023 provides updates on efforts surrounding SDVOSB certification and the upcoming IGE Summit at Capital Week 2023.
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SAME 2021 Annual Report
Registration for 2023 Capital Week Now Open
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National IGE Report: March-April 2023
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TME Looks Back
Celebrating SAME’s Centennial
SAME at 100 – A Century of Service
Take a trip back through time with our SAME at 100 timeline! Originally published in six installments in The Military Engineer over the Society’s Centennial Celebration, the SAME at 100 timeline covers the previous century of Society history—from our founding to modern day, and beyond.
Explore how the needs of the nation have changed over the last 100 years, and how engineers and the Society have evolved to meet new challenges. From world wars to environmental engineering to cybersecurity and so much more, dive into how the Society made its impact on the nation—and will continue to do so in its next century of service.
SAME Century Book
Publishing in 2021, SAME’s Century Book, The Second Century Begins: Preparing for the Future by Building on the Past is the official publication marking the first 100 years of the Society of American Military Engineers. Read a sneak peek of Chapter One, Why We Were Formed. Focusing on the early years of the Society, this chapter follows the young “association of engineers” in the years following World War I as it lays the groundwork for what would become a successful 100-year legacy of industry-government engagement and dedication to patriotism and national security.
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