The October 2012 revision of the U.S. Army Engineer School reading list
(source) I hope every member of the Army Engineer Profession – Soldier and Civilian – will find reading these books to be as beneficial as I have throughout my career. Life-long learning is a major goal of today’s Army. Learning through other’s experience is a very efficient way to achieve wisdom far beyond our experience levels. It is a truism that “…if you want a new idea, start by reading an old book….” A directed reading and writing program in our units and sections will help us develop our critical thinking and increase our base of knowledge by learning through others’ experiences.
- All Ranks and Grades
- Enlisted, Pre-Commissioned Officers, and GS 1-11
- Non-Commission Officers, Company-Grade Officers, Warrant Officers, and GS-12/13
- Senior Non-Commissioned Officers, Field Grade Officers/Warrant Officers, and GS 14/15
- Senior Command Sergeants Major, Senior Colonels, General Officers, Chief Warrant Officer 5s, and General Officers and Senior Executive Service
Senior Command Sergeants Major, Senior Colonels, General Officers, Chief Warrant Officer 5s, and General Officers and Senior Executive Service