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CEBCommon English Bible (edition)
CEBCorporate Executive Board
CEBCouncil of Europe Development Bank
CEBChief Executives Board (United Nations)
CEBCeylon Electricity Board (Sri Lanka)
CEBConditional End Bracket
CEBCommunications Engineering Branch
CEBCentre Emile Bernheim (Université Libre de Bruxelles; Belgium)
CEBCompanhia Energética de Brasília (Portugese: Brazilian Energy Companies)
CEBCombat Engineer Battalion
CEBCentral Electricity Board (Mauritis)
CEBComité Euro-International du Béton (French: Euro-International Concrete Committee)
CEBCompressed Earth Block (construction material)
CEBClub de l'Epagneul Breton (French dog club)
CEBCommercial Engine Bulletin
CEBContinuing Education of the Bar-California (University of California law practice books publisher)
CEBCongrès et Expositions de Bordeaux (French: Convention and Exhibition in Bordeaux; Bordeaux, France)
CEBComité Electrotechnique Belge (Belgian Electrotechnical Committee)
CEBCollege Esther-Blondin (Quebec, Canada)
CEBCamera Electronics Box
CEBCentre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (various locations)
CEBCebu, Philippines - International (Airport Code)
CEBCentre d'Entraînement des Brigades (French: Brigade Training Center)
CEBConfederation Europeenne de Billard (European Billiards Confederation)
CEBCombat Equipment Battalion
CEBCultural Events Board (University of Colorado, Boulder)
CEBCooperativa de Electricidad Bariloche (Argentina)
CEBChemical Element Balance
CEBCNO Executive Board
CEBCommission of European Communities
CEBCombined Effects Bomblet
CEBChemical Engineering Branch (EPA)
CEBCentre Équestre de Buzenval (French: Buzenval Equestrian Center)
CEBCentre Équestre du Béarn (French equestrian club)
CEBConseil des Équidés de Bretagne (French: Equine Council of Britain)
CEBCCD Electronics Box
CEBCentre Européen de Bioprospective
CEBChemically Enhanced Backwash
CEBCentre d'Étude du Bouchet (French: Bouchet Study Center; est. 1922)
CEBCompte Est Bon (French mathematics game)
CEBCalcium Entry Blocker
CEBConstructions Électriques de Beaucourt (French: Beaucourt Electrical Construction; Beaucourt, France)
CEBCentre d'Études Balkaniques (French: Balkan Studies Center)
CEBClothing Exchange and Bath
CEBCredit Education Bureau
CEBCertificat d'Études Bibliques (French: Certificate of Bible Studies)
CEBChange Evaluation Board
CEBContainment Early Binding (Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data; ISO 10303; XML)
CEBCercle Edouard Branco (French martial arts school)
CEBCentre d'Essai Bio (French: Bio Test Center; Belgium)
CEBCombat Engineer Badge (unauthorized)
CEBComputational Engineering Building (Rice University; Texas)
CEBCombat Engineer Brigade
CEBChhatisgarh Electricity Board
CEBCompagnie Européenne de Bijouterie (French: European Jewelry Company)
CEBCenter for Excellence in Business
CEBClub des Entrepreneurs de Bondy (French: Bondy Entrepreneurs Club; Bondy, France)
CEBClub d'Escalade Beaumontois (French: Beaumont Escalade Club; Beaumont, France)
CEBComunidades Eclesiales Base (Latinamerica)
CEBCellule Économique de Bretagne (French: Economic Unit of Britain; association)
CEBCompagnie des Eaux du Blavet (French: Blavet Water Company)
CEBCoalition Engineering Board (US Army AMC GDSS II development effort)
CEBComptoir Électronique Brest (French professional electronics company)
CEBCompagnie Européenne des Bois (French: European Timber Company)
CEBComptoir de l'Escalier et du Bois (French custom staircase designer)
CEBCommodity Exchange Bratislava (Slovakia)
CEBConteneurs d'Entreposage et Bungalows (French: Storage Containers and Bungalows)
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I was with the 131st Combat Engineer Battalion, which was part of the XIV Corps under Major General Oscar Griswold.
Her two stepsons, Wade and Darric Lowery, are field engineers with the 14th Combat Engineer Battalion, an Army National Guard unit based near Tacoma.
During World War II, he fought with a combat engineer battalion in three major European campaigns, including Germany and northern France.
The 327th Combat Engineer Battalion was a part of the 102nd Division, which departed New York on September 11, 1944, on six transport ships.
For example, at Fort Lewis, the 555th includes a chemical decontamination battalion, a corps wheeled combat engineer battalion, and a combat heavy engineer battalion, as well as potentially some other units, to include an air defense artillery battalion.
I WAS ASSIGNED TO the 204th Combat Engineer Battalion, and during basic training, we each received regular army training as well as specific skills in such areas as demolitions, carpentry, bridge carpentry, electrical work, and heavy-equipment operating.
The 62d was the first combat engineer battalion in country and was assigned as a direct-reporting unit to the 416th Engineer Command, the theater-level engineer command from Chicago, Illinois.
19TH COMBAT ENGINEER BATTALION ASSN.--September 8-9, 2006, Waynesville, Missouri, Contact Tom Ebrite, Phone (765) 286-4906, Email s2snoopy@comcast.net.
The light equipment company is an outstanding resource for the combat engineer battalion to which it is attached.
Kansas native Victor Unrein was a T-5 (technical sergeant, E-5) with Company E, 50th Combat Engineer Battalion.
Numerous commanders in Korea noted the need to continue applying an additional combat engineer battalion asset to the support of the division.
A 1981 graduate of the United States Military Academy, Lieutenant Colonel Toomey commanded the 14th Combat Engineer Battalion and now serves as Chief C4ISR/Battle Command with the Army's Transformation Task Force.
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