EN 5156 Carpentry II is an army correspondence subcourse for the US Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri
Carpentry is the art or science of measuring, cutting, fitting, and assembling wood and other materials to
construct buildings or other structures. Many people associate carpenters with wood and other building
materials and tools. They assume carpenters build only homes and other relatively small structures. Of
course, this is not true. Carpenters work not only with wood but also with metals, plastic, and other
synthetic materials. The carpentry trade includes skills required to construct buildings, bridges, docks,
and wharf. Work must be accomplished in a manner consistent with environmental laws and
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