U. S. ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL
FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO
Field fortifications are natural or manmade protective features used as defensive obstacles, personnel and weapons shelters, and protected firing positions.
This subcourse teaches you how to construct personnel, vehicle, and weapons emplacements, intrenchments, shelters, entanglements, and obstacles under various climatic conditions. Standard plans, types of material, construction procedures, and estimated time and labor requirements are also given.
The subcourse consists of five lessons and an examination as follows: