The role of the Royal Australian Engineers includes providing humanitarian and combat support, explosive ordnance disposal, construction, and specialist engineer capabilities.
The Royal Australian Engineers provide specific enabling capabilities in support of:
- combat missions
- special operations
- force engineering
- humanitarian assistance and disaster relief
- capacity building
- environmental and facility management
- technical design
- research and development.
The Corps of Royal Australian Engineers are located throughout Australia in Combat Engineer Regiments, Engineer Support Regiments, Army Reserve Engineer Regiments and the Special Operations Engineer Regiment.
The Corps of Royal Australian Engineers have been at the forefront of national response since its humble beginnings as the Corps of Volunteer Engineers in 1860.
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