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Recent Photos

Omaha District Employees volunteer for a better community Omaha District Employees volunteer for a better community
Col. Joel Cross, Omaha District Commander saws the plywood used to replace the old cellar door of the home being painted for Paint-A-Thon 2014, while Lt. Col. Michael...
Camp Hale, Military Munitions Remediation Program Camp Hale, Military Munitions Remediation Program
Letting experts handle munitions for proper disposal. A landmine was located during the remedial investigation field work. The landmine was properly disposed of by...
USACE publications moving to digital environment USACE publications moving to digital environment
Raquel Santos, a librarian with the Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity Library, uses CONTENTdm® and follows a set of guidelines that establish what content...
Minot Air Force Base runway replacement project Minot Air Force Base runway replacement project
The primary contractor, Sundt, and asphalt sub-contractor, Lagan, each brought batch plants onto Minot Air Force Base, N.D., and are working across the runway from...
Engineers Without Borders - Nebraska visits Uganda Engineers Without Borders - Nebraska visits Uganda
Father Francis, the teams contact in Uganda, found a small truck to retrieve the supplies. With three people in the trucks cab and the bed filled with PVC pipe and...
Piping Plovers at Lake Sakakawea Piping Plovers at Lake Sakakawea
Two Piping Plovers inspect the shoreline of Lake Sakakawea, May 12, looking for a possible nesting ground. Plovers in the Great Plains make their nests on open,...


Recent Video

Levee Breaches Repaired at L-550 and L-575 Levee Breaches Repaired at L-550 and L-575
Following the Missouri River Basin Flood of 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, classified five breaches along Missouri River levee units L-550...
Tribal Relations During a Flood Fight Tribal Relations During a Flood Fight
During a flood fight, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers works with local, state and federal agencies to mitigate the risks associated with high water. And in the case...
The Long Fight for Hamburg The Long Fight for Hamburg
Following a breach along Missouri River Levee Unit L-575 in mid June of 2011, the Corps and town of Hamburg elevated an existing levee to stave off flood waters from...
Corps and Community Fight for Hamburg, Iowa Corps and Community Fight for Hamburg, Iowa
During the Missouri River Basin Flood of 2011, a breach at Missouri River Levee Unit L-575 in early June threatened the town of Hamburg, Iowa. The Omaha District of...
Garrison Dam Spillway Apron Maintenance Garrison Dam Spillway Apron Maintenance
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District opened the spillway gates at Garrison Dam on June 1, 2011, to pass floodwaters for the first time. A routine...
Garrison Dam Historic Spillway Gate Opening Garrison Dam Historic Spillway Gate Opening
Shortly before 8 a.m. on June 1, 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened the gates to pass flood waters for the first time from the Garrison Dam spillway. Seven...


Recent News Stories

Corps employees take skills on the road to aid a developing country Corps employees take skills on the road to aid a...
Engineers from the Corps’ Omaha and Philadelphia USACE Districts recently teamed up with a biologist from the Europe District and an environmental chief from Fort...
Military Munitions Remediation at Camp Hale: The project, the history, the public Military Munitions Remediation at Camp Hale: The...
Camp Hale, Colorado, played a unique role in World War II; one that means potentially hazardous military munitions and unexploded ordnance exist in the area. Through...
Omaha District employees volunteer for a better community Omaha District employees volunteer for a better community
The third Saturday of any given month represents an annual event taking place somewhere.
USACE publications begin moving to digital environment USACE publications begin moving to digital environment
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its many missions, roles and responsibilities build a large catalog of reports, documents and publications that are all in the...
Runway replacement project nearing completion Runway replacement project nearing completion
The United States has two B-52 bomber squadrons and Minot is home to one of them. The base began as an Air Defense Command Base with its original runway constructed...
Engineering, more than a full-time job also, personally-rewarding volunteer opportunity through Nebraska Engineers without Borders Engineering, more than a full-time job also,...
Engineers are needed around-the-world for their knowledge and expertise. Their skills and talents are honed through formal education and job experiences and many...


Recent Audio

Missouri River Basin Water Management- June 10, 2014
Corps continues updates on basin conditions, and reservoir release forecast. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Missouri River Basin Water Management Division hosted...
Missouri River Basin Water Management - March 11, 2014
Monthly Water Management Call.
Missouri River Basin Water Management - July 9, 2013
Despite two consecutive months of higher-than-normal runoff, drought conditions persist across much of the Missouri River basin and mainstem reservoir levels remain...
Missouri River Basin Water Management - June 11, 2013
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division, is committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep...
Missouri River Basin Water Management - May 7, 2013
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division, is committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The Corps aims to keep...
Missouri River Basin Water Management - March 12, 2013
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about...


Recent Publications

Omaha Outlook - 07.11.2014
Omaha Outlook - 07.11.2014
Volume 2, Issue 2 Cultural Resources - What’s the Army doing with dinosaurs? A 66-million year old T.rex fossil found on Corps land will reside at the Smithsonian’s...
Omaha Outlook - 03.27.2014
Omaha Outlook - 03.27.2014
Volume 2, Issue 1 Project maintenance, cavitation repairs and OJT at Gavins Point Dam Real Estate Division—the few who do so much Upah paying the price of becoming a...
Omaha Outlook - 12.19.2013
Omaha Outlook - 12.19.2013
District employee volunteers time driving Wounded Warrior Family Support Mustang - New dorm provides Airmen comfort for winter ahead Bear Creek, Cherry Creek and Chatfield...
Omaha Outlook - 09.23.2013
Omaha Outlook - 09.23.2013
Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013 Omaha Outlook.
Omaha Outlook - 06.27.2013
Omaha Outlook - 06.27.2013
Volume 1, Issue 2 Omaha Outlook
Omaha Outlook - 03.29.2013
Omaha Outlook - 03.29.2013
Volume 1, Issue 1 Omaha Outlook


Podcasts

Missouri River Basin Water Management
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Following historic flooding in the Missouri River Basin during 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The Corps...