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    411th Engineer Brigade      

    New Windsor, NY, US  


    Current Personnel:

    Sgt. Dawn Bartlett
    Spc. Leigh Dennison
    Sgt. Rick Posey
    Staff Sgt. Jana Trhlikova

    Content Online:


    Recent Images

    Recent Videos

    Maj. Brian Van de Wall

    Maj. Brian Van de Wall

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Maj. Brian Van de Wall sends a greeting to Schodack Landing, New York from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012
    Staff Sgt. Art Taylor

    Staff Sgt. Art Taylor

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Staff Sgt. Art Taylor sends a greeting to Freeville, New York from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012
    Spc. Nathan Rowland

    Spc. Nathan Rowland

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Spc. Nathan Rowland sends a greeting to Vicksburg, Mississippi from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012
    Spc. Meredith Owen

    Spc. Meredith Owen

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Spc. Meredith Owen sends a greeting to Park Ridge, New Jersey from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012
    Maj. Scott Nos

    Maj. Scott Nos

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Maj. Scott Nos sends a greeting to Berlin, Wisconsin from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012
    Lt. Col. Rich McCauley

    Lt. Col. Rich McCauley

    11.25.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Lt. Col. Rich McCauley sends a greeting to Amherst, New Hampshire from Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2012

    Recent News Stories

    Afghan’s 209th CEK taught by 365th ENG BN

    02.11.2014 | Story by 1st Lt. Antonia Elena Pearse
    The war in Afghanistan has been going on for many years and now, part of the mission is to ensure that Afghans can sustain their security forces without the international community. Part of this is through training and advising Afghan National Army members essential soldier tasks such as shooting, land navigation, combat lifesaving and basic construction skills.

    87th Sappers return home from Afghanistan

    01.12.2014 | Story by 1st Lt. Antonia Elena Pearse
    Upcoming deployments in Afghanistan can produce a variety of responses, from fear of the unknown to excitement of the possible missions that a soldier could participate in. For the 87th Sapper Company, 365th Engineer Battalion, the initial reactions they had in finding out they were deploying was secondary to the excitement they showed upon returning home to their loved ones in the states.

    Recent Publications

    The Empire Report - 01.28.2013

    01.28.2013 | Courtesy Publication
    411th EN BDE leaves legacy in Afghanistan, 818th RCC condicts operations in southern Afghanistan, FOB Tillman deconstruction ends historic chapter...

    The Empire Report - 01.07.2013

    01.07.2013 | Courtesy Publication
    Golden Gate bridges strategic Afghan crossing; 260th engineers assure freedom of movement in southwest Afghanistan; Even rough can reflect; ANA...

    The Empire Report - 12.10.2012

    12.10.2012 | Courtesy Publication
    JTF Empire dedicates Venne Engineer Center; Honey Badgers conduct versatile route clearance in Afghanistan; Missouri Governor visits troops in...

    The Empire Report - 11.22.2012

    11.22.2012 | Courtesy Publication
    Operation Mountain Blade: Partnership slices through historic Afghan pass; Engineers use civilian experience to rebuild dining facility in time...

    The Empire Report - 10.21.2012

    10.21.2012 | Courtesy Publication
    Atop the mountain: images of Operation Mountain Blade; US Soldiers provide medical aid to young Afghan girl;Task Force Anchor improves force...

    The Empire Report - 09.15.2012

    09.15.2012 | Courtesy Publication
    9/11 Remembered:Service members run to honor Sept. 11 fallen and 1st respnders,Task Force Hurricane dedicates Camp Pratt, Female officer excels in...

    The Empire Report - 08.14.2012

    08.14.2012 | Courtesy Publication
    Whirlwind of operations centers on single joint engineer command; 578th Engineer Battalion “Task Force Mad Dog” leaves its mark on...