USAES

AcronymDefinition
USAESUnited States Army Engineer School
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The USAES has recommended the following changes to AR 600-55 to clarify the licensing requirement for the AN/PSS-14: All military personnel and DA civilians must have a certified DA Form 5984-E and demonstrate their proficiency to operate mine-detecting or other explosive-detecting equipment, to include all portable, handheld, and truck-mounted models (including, but not limited to, AN/PSS-12 and AN/PSS-14).
The USAES has provided all the tools required to establish a successful training and licensing program, to include providing units with a draft SOP for adoption and immediate implementation.
In coordination with the USAES, we will soon expand our training to include selected Engineer Geospatial Analysts.
USAES feels that licensing on explosive or mine-detecting equipment should not be at the discretion of the local commander.
The USAES has provided all the tools required to establish a successful training and licensing program to include providing units with a draft SOP for adoption and immediate implementation.
In coordination with the USAES we will soon expand our training to include selected Engineer Geospatial Analysts.
544th Engineer Dive Team SITREPs, 15 January30 March 2010, Operation Unified Response, USAES History Office.
Other milBook Groups: Senior Engineer Warrant Officer, EPPO, USAES Historian, and Engineer Force (ENFORCE).
Ultimately, USAES must be the education leader with an organization such as a Directorate of Field Force and Facility Engineering (see figure above) to apply these skills to practical Army challenges, followed by developmental assignments that enable leaders to refine these skills and gain invaluable experience.
Areas of concern included the totality of the United States Army Engineer School (USAES) educational system, current USAES instructional methods, and career educational timelines.
The overall USAES educational system must adapt to accommodate more external factors.