Army components bolster relations through engineer project
Horizontal construction engineers from the 642nd Engineer Support Company drop gravel in a motor pool for Army Reserve 99th Regional Division’s Equipment Concentration Site, at Fort Drum, May 10. “The purchase of new stone for this project costs approximately $26,000. If the Army were to contract civilian support to also spread and compact this gravel, the project likely would have costed two or three times as much,” said Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mark Bowling, the Regional Engineer Technician for the 99th Readiness Division’s Directorate of Public Works. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Bethany L. Huff)