15th Engineer Battalion: Drive On
The 15th Engineer Battalion commands and controls the execution of general engineering operations in garrison and deployed environments in order to support the operational commander. The units of the 15th Engineer Battalion each play a distinctive and critical role in battalion operations in locations throughout Europe. The Soldier, civilian and engineer teams of the 15th Engineer Battalion take pride in the mission embodied in their motto: "Drive On". The Battalion is headquartered in Grafenwoehr, Germany, with units located throughout Europe.
The 902nd Engineer Company, 15th Engineer Battalion, "Gladiators" are a disciplined, cohesive, technically proficient and tactically lethal team that is trained and ready to deploy worldwide in order to conduct vertical construction and selected combat engineer missions. The Gladiators of the 902nd Engineer Company are guided by three pillars: professionalism, training and Esprit de Corps. The foundation of these pillars and guiding force behind all of our accomplishments is discipline. Our Soldiers have the discipline to do the right thing all of the time, never sacrifice standards and expect the same of their peers, subordinates and superiors. Follow Us:
Constituted in 1916 as an Engineer Regiment in the Enlisted Reserve Corps, the 15th Engineer Battalion can trace its military lineage back almost a century. Today, headquartered in Grafenwoehr, Germany, the 15th Engineer Battalion is comprised of four subordinate companies and one engineer detachment. The Soldiers, civilians and engineers of the battalion provide various supportive duties to Army units, including construction, engineering and mechanical work on other Army projects.
Lt. Col. John McNamara