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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District      

    Omaha, NE, US  

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    Recent Images

    MOTSU rail culvert 1

    MOTSU rail culvert 1

    10.15.2018 | Photo by Michael Glasch
    Contractors install a culvert under a portion of a washed out rail line on the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, N.C. The U.S. Army Corps is...
    MOTSU Torch 1

    MOTSU Torch 1

    10.13.2018 | Photo by Michael Glasch
    Sgt. 1st Class Justin Reyes, 2nd Platoon, 57th Sapper Co. (Rough Terrain), 27th Engineer Battalion cuts through a guard rail using an exothermic...
    MOTSU wharf repair 1

    MOTSU wharf repair 1

    10.09.2018 | Photo by Michael Glasch
    Contractors have started repairs to one of the wharfs on the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, N.C., that was damaged by Hurricane Florence....
    Drilling for success 1

    Drilling for success 1

    10.05.2018 | Photo by Michael Glasch
    Sgt. Matthew Greene, 57th Sapper Company, Combat Airborne Rough Terrain, operates a compact track loader with an attached hydraulic auger system...
    Hoisting up safety

    Hoisting up safety

    04.20.2018 | Photo by Michael Glasch
    Chad McManus, an electrician with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District, hangs on tight as he is hoisted up from a tunnel during...

    Recent Videos

    MOTSU: Road to Recovery

    MOTSU: Road to Recovery

    10.12.2018 | Video by Michael Glasch
    ((Anchor intro)) Nestled along the bank of the Cape Fear River in southeast North Carolina…. The Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point… better...
    MOTSU rail repair timelapse

    MOTSU rail repair timelapse

    10.08.2018 | Video by Michael Glasch
    Crews are busy repairing damage caused by Hurricane Flornec to rail lines on the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, N.C. The U.S. Army Corps of...

    Recent News Stories

    Omaha District Fiscal Year 2018 year in review

    10.16.2018 | Story by Zane Ecklund
    The Aurora VA Medical Center, USSTRATCOM and the Missouri River Recovery Program Environmental Impact Statement are among the many significant accomplishments for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Omaha District in 2018. The District closed out the fiscal year on September 30 with a $1.29 billion program, one of the largest the district has ever managed.

    MRRIC Tours Missouri River, Gavins Point

    05.25.2017 | Story by Jamie Danesi
    At a typical meeting of the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC), members and visitors generally see a standard conference room complete with name placards, PowerPoint presentations, coffee pots (what’s a conference without coffee?), and microphones.

    Recent Audio

    Columbia River Basin Call July 2015

    07.14.2015 | Courtesy Audio
    Columbia River Basin water level update. Precipitation, Temperature outlook as well as water supply, hydropower and fish management plans for...

    Recent Publications

    Omaha Outlook - 12.30.2016

    Omaha Outlook - 12.30.2016

    Omaha Outlook-12-30-2016 Volume 4 Issue 4 "Year in Review" edition highlighting the projects, people and events of the Omaha District throughout...
    Omaha Outlook - 09.30.2016

    Omaha Outlook - 09.30.2016

    The Omaha Outlook is a quarterly publication of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Omaha District, spotlighting programs and projects within our...
    Omaha Outlook - 06.22.2016

    Omaha Outlook - 06.22.2016

    Volume 4 Issue 2 Commander Visit His message Preparing for the Future Preserving knowledge What happens to the project when the subject-matter...
    Omaha Outlook - 03.25.2016

    Omaha Outlook - 03.25.2016

    Volume 4 Issue 1 Sarge in charge of jump-starting training Students see the light on the “Pathway to the Corps” Award winners honored for...
    Omaha Outlook - 12.31.2015

    Omaha Outlook - 12.31.2015

    Volume 3 Issue 4-Architectural Sustainability; Conclusion of 4-part series-Persisitence, patience, inspiration of marathon running; New hire seeks...