TME November-December 2023The November-December 2023 issue of TME features articles on design and construction in the military and federal engineering community, a special feature on dry dock renovations, and a spotlight on innovative alternative delivery methods.
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.
Published bi-monthly, each issue of TME 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
Mitigating Risks for Naval Water InfrastructureBy taking a holistic view of the risks to installation water systems under the requirements of America’s Water Infrastructure Act, the U.S. Navy is enhancing resilience to both manmade and natural hazards.
Priority Investments to Achieve Water Efficiency GoalsAs the U.S. Army strives to meet sustainability targets for water use, installations are adopting cost-effective asset management strategies, including to address water distribution, plumbing fixtures, irrigation, and water intensive equipment.
Leading the Way for Transitioning VeteransAt San Diego State University, Troops to Engineers is providing veterans with opportunities for professional development and career assistance to support them in a successful transition from military service.
Mitigating Climate-Related Risks Through Real Property InvestmentsA first-of-its-kind Climate Resilience Plan for Fort Carson and the Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site provides a path forward for the installation to identify and address climate-related risks through the Real Property Master Plan.
Rethinking Community Preparedness for Accidental Chemical ReleasesMembers of the 52nd Civil Support Team ready themselves to enter an affected incident area to assess and collect samples at public facilities for any possible remaining hazards
Deterioration Modeling Needs for Water Distribution InfrastructureA study conducted by the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) examined the Air Force’s water distribution systems to illustrate the need for enhanced prediction capabilities in any sustainment management system.