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Dennis Klein
Oregon Ambassador
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Curtis Loop
Oregon Ambassador
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Daniel Hitchcock
Oregon Ambassador
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Oregon At A Glance
Mobile bridging units such as the 671st Engineer Company in Clackamas provide water crossing capabilities in areas affected by flooding and damaged bridges, enabling delivery of necessary and often life-saving relief items. This capability is a critical federal and state asset in the event of natural disasters.

Citizen Soldiers of the 671st live and work in communities that benefit from their skill sets and experiences. They lent their expertise in constructing two bridges on the Fort to Sea Trail on the 200th anniversary of the epic Lewis and Clark expedition.

The 671st distinguished itself in Iraq as one of the Army’s best bridge units. Awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for “extreme heroism and bravery,” the 671st worked night and day to construct a bridge over the Euphrates River, often under intense enemy fire. The newly-constructed bridge could accommodate all traffic, including 60-ton tanks and heavy fuel tanker trucks of the rapidly advancing 3rd Infantry Division in its assault on Baghdad. Members of the 671st dedicated the bridge in honor of one of their own, Spc. Brandon Tobler of Portland, who died in a vehicle accident during deployment.




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