Engineers, dogs learning new tricks

Story and photo by Stephen Standifird
Managing editor

All engineer Soldiers train at Fort Leonard Wood, even the four-legged ones.

Fort Leonard Wood is home to the Combat Engineer Mine Detection Dog Handlers Course, where combat engineers are trained side-by-side with mine detection dogs, said Sgt. 1st Class John Martin, course noncommissioned officer in charge.

The 708-hour course, which earns the engineer the additional skills identifier of K9, begins…     Read More...


Welcome back to school

By Maj. Gen. Kent Savre and Command Sgt. Maj. Jon Stanley
Special to GUIDON

As summer draws to an end, the beginning of school is upon us. This is an exciting time for our children and Families.

We ask every member…    


554th Engineers win intramural golf league title

Commander's Cup Golf Tourney completes first round

GUIDON staff for
The 554th Engineer Battalion golf team ended their 2017 intramural season undefeated to earn the league championship at Piney Valley Golf Course.

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