Therefore, we knew that it was time to review many aspects of our DOTMLPF as they relate to our echelon-above-brigade engineer force (still more than 73 percent of our total engineer force even after full implementation of one brigade engineer battalion per brigade combat team).
What does EFORCE stand for?
EFORCE stands for Engineer Force
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BT has one of the largest field engineer forces in the world, so we are intimately familiar with what it takes to run an efficient service organization," said Jeremy Stafford, director of eSolutions, BT Ignite Solutions.
There is no doubt that the modular Army and engineer force has significant operational advantages.
These operations require new and significantly higher engineer technical capabilities than under previous Army doctrine, and the Army must adapt its engineer force within the context of this new doctrine.
Army's Airborne and Ranger Schools and served with Engineer Forces Viet Nam in 1967 - 1968.
Our engineer force must be able to synchronize individual talents and overall effects in order to offer a full suite of engineering skills.
This engineer force included a much larger ratio of combat capability to construction or technical capability than it did in the recent past.
The future engineer force and modularity have increased the technical span of control for combat effects engineer battalions.