The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers : A History
Product Description: This illustrated book highlights the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' history from the battle of Bunker Hill to the war on terrorism; an introduction to aspects and events in engineer history. The Corps has a wealth of visual information--drawings, artwork, photographs, maps, plans, models--and this book contains a montage of historical images from the Revolutionary War to the present, in addition to many newly written articles. This new history also features an extensive index to aid in finding a specific subject, and researchers and interested individuals can be sure that they will find a solid historical perspective.
- Paperback | 331 pages
- 213 x 277 x 15mm | 1,111g
- 16 Jul 2008
- Department of Defense
- United States
- black & white illustrations, maps