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
Managing Base Infrastructure Risk in an Era of Strategic CompetitionBecause air and space power originate from physical installations, the Department of the Air Force is addressing infrastructure risk to ensure unquestionable success in the current environment of strategic competition.
Engineering-In CybersecurityCyber-Informed Engineering is a framework that allows engineers to build resiliency to the impacts of cyber attack into engineered systems starting in the early design phases.
Considerations When Going ElectricAs investments in electric vehicle supply equipment continue to increase, there are key considerations station owners and operators should understand to better plan, design, construct and maintain necessary infrastructure and provide a high-quality customer experience.
Building for EVs on Military InstallationsAs the federal government moves toward net zero emissions for vehicle fleets by 2035, implementing electrical vehicle charging stations also will impact associated electrical infrastructure and may increase the need for installations to invest in additional upgrades.
Protecting Coastal Installation Electric Infrastructure from FloodingResearch conducted at the Air Force Institute of Technology utilized geospatial analysis to assess electric infrastructure vulnerability to sea level rise at four installations in Florida and studied mitigation strategies and policy proposals to help decision-makers navigate future challenges.
Microgrids: A Modern-Day Energy SolutionInvestments in microgrids have been growing as the nation confronts more frequent extreme weather events, and an increased urgency to consider alternative energy sources.