Camp Beauregard Fitness Center
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"Build, Defend, to the End!"
Welcome to the 844th Engineer Company Website!
Key Leadership in the Company
We are proudly made up of heavy equipment operators, maintenance, supply, and admin. Our motto is to Build, Defend, to the End! We strive for maximum success while always upholding the Army Values.
It has been five months in the dry desert, and we met our halfway milestone. Every Soldier is looking forward to each day that brings us closer to going home to finally be with our families and friends. We have completed numerous projects so far, and are continuing to move forward. It has been tough with the cold weather and heavy rains, but nothing can stop 844th Engineer Company from achieving victory at its best! We stand by our motto with pride, and we will never quit! We are counting down from here as we wrap up our remaining projects and start going on the downward slope towards mission complete. Keep moving forward 844th!
As we begin a new chapter we must get ourselves used to the conditions and standards of our new leadership with the 205th Battalion, the extreme heat, and sandy dryness of Kuwait’s desert environment. Our day starts before daylight with physical fitness training and goes on to our daily duties and responsibilities. We will continue to drive forward and complete all missions given to us. “Build, Defend, To the End!”
"What time is it?" "Its GAME TIME!"
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