Transect lanes were laid out during an investigation of unexploded ordnance in 2003 at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, a World War II training site. The U.S. Forest Service now manages the land, which is to be cleaned up by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under the Formerly Used Defense Sites Program. Photo: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Taken: 05.27.2003 | Courtesy Photo
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Identifying, understanding, appreciating and making the most of employee differences within teams and across the organization was the theme echoing throughout two interactive, engaging, laughter-filled presentations by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Director of Human Resources Sue Engelhardt. Invited to the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville March 2 to kick off Women’s History Month, Engelhardt delivered supervisor training on recognizing individual work styles in the morning and a centerwide presentation on embracing generational differences in the afternoon. “We are going to have some fun, we are going to make fun of people, and I’m going to make fun of myself,” Engelhardt said,...
03.04.2016 | HUNTSVILLE, AL, US | Story by Julia Bobick
The United States Moorings is located on the west bank of the Willamette River at approximately river mile 6.08 through 6.21, within the industrial harbor of Portland, Ore. It is owned and operated by the United States Army Corps of Engineers Portland District. Use of the site began in 1903 to provide a centralized maintenance and supply facilities for the Portland District. The Moorings currently provides port, supply and repair facilities for the USACE Portland District fleet of dredges, hydrosurvey vessels and other support vessels.
Taken: 11.16.2016 | Video by Michelle Helms