TME—The Military Engineer is SAME’s bi-monthly publication covering the latest news, trends, projects, and case studies across the engineering, technology, and infrastructure sectors that affect national security.
TME January-February 2024The January-February 2024 issue of TME features articles on environmental engineering, a Spotlight from the Department of Energy’s Office of Legacy Management, viewpoints, and a special IGE Insight article from the SAME National IGE Project team focusing on ways to mitigate risks and impacts of cyberattacks on military facilities and infrastructure.
Recent TME Issues
TME—The Military Engineer, since 1909 under its original masthead Professional Memoirs, and since January 1920 in its current form as the official journal of SAME, has been the leading voice championing the contributions, achievements, legacy and impact of military engineers, America’s industrial base, and all those aligned with ensuring the national security of the United States.
Each issue of TME magazine includes technical articles authored by subject matter experts throughout military, government, industry, and academia; stories and features from across SAME; and news related to engineering, energy, resilience, technology and other subjects aligned with national security.
Recent TME Articles
Modernizing Dry Dock No. 1 at Naval Base San DiegoA recent project to modernize Dry Dock No. 1 at Naval Base San Diego will allow the facility to service modern vessel types while increasing its reliability for decades.
Streamlining Federal Construction with Alternative Delivery MethodsAlternative delivery methods offering early involvement of the construction contractor during design offer a valuable tool to help address cost and schedule overruns in federal projects, increase collaboration, and grow the number of companies willing to bid.
Designing and Constructing Secure Spaces at China LakeAs part of the earthquake recovery program at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, nearly 300,000-ft2 of secure space must be constructed, requiring an integrated team of government owners, stakeholders, and industry members.
Using Modified ECI to Achieve Mission SuccessIn fast-tracking a design-build renovation of three barracks at Fort Liberty (to promptly address a mold infestation), utilizing modified early contractor involvement allowed the project to be successfully completed within a year.
Protecting Sensitive Materials by DesignStanding up new sensitive compartmented information facilities requires a thorough understanding of design standards and best practices for these secure structures, along with the unique requirements for each specific location.
Forging the Future: The Continued Evolution of America’s Service AcademiesU.S. service academies face the substantial undertaking of modernizing their infrastructure and training methods to anticipate future battlefields.