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TF Phoenix consists of the 92d Military Police Battalion and its organic, subordinate military police companies (13th, 512th, 463d, and 988th Military Police Companies and Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment); 94th Engineer Battalion (Rear); 5th Engineer Battalion (Rear) (Provisional); 50th Multirole Bridge Company (MRBC); and the Army's only engineer canine company (provisional), consisting of three military working dog detachments.
part of this robust task force are the "Otters" of the 1438th Multirole Bridge Company (MRBC).
The 50th Multirole Bridge Company was also ramping up to provide bridge support during the operation.
The 74th Multirole Bridge Company maintained its organic maintenance technician.
After June 2010, there were very few in-theater multirole bridge company assets dedicated to maintaining, conducting emergency emplacements of, and removing military bridges, or advising, training, assisting, and equipping the Iraqi Army's strategic bridge company.
While in Iraq, the 5th Engineer Battalion commanded and controlled two sapper companies, two MACs, a combat support equipment (CSE) company, a horizontal engineer company, and a multirole bridge company (MRBC), as well as an Air Force utility detachment and a geospatial team.
As you may already know, the 50th Multirole Bridge Company (MRBC) moved to Fort Leonard Wood in 2005.
The assets available were an M9 ACE team, a SEE from Bravo Company, a D7 dozer, and a HYEX from the 299th Multirole Bridge Company.