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2013 USACE Galveston District Employee Spotlights

Take a moment to review our 2013 employee spotlights. Developed in 2011, our Employee Spotlight Program was originally designed as an internal communications tool to feature Corps employees. The monthly articles soon became popular among family members and it wasn't long before we began sharing our stories with the public. Our spotlights represent a diverse cross-section of the Corps’ departments and offices along the Texas coast and are disseminated to media outlets nationwide. Read more here:

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This work, 2013 USACE Galveston District Employee Spotlights, by Isidro Reyna, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.18.2013

Date Posted:12.18.2013 17:52

Photo ID:1140532



Size:154.2 KB

Location:GALVESTON, TX, USGlobe

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