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Corps evaluates STEM competition at Middle Tennessee State University Corps evaluates STEM competition at Middle Tennessee...
During an awards ceremony at the conclusion of the evaluation, Jimmy Waddle, chief of Engineering and Construction from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recognized...
Oceanview Beach Oceanview Beach
Nearly seven miles of beach along the Willoughby Spit and East Ocean View areas of the city will expand by 60 feet through a partnership between the city of Norfolk...
New Mechanized Materials Handling System opens at Yokota Air Base New Mechanized Materials Handling System opens at Yokota...
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Japan District recently completed construction of a new Mechanized Materials Handling System (MMHS) as part of the Western Pacific...
Oregon jetties built to be resilient Oregon jetties built to be resilient
It’s not unusual for waves to overtop Oregon coast jetties; waves can reach 10 to 12 meters in height during winter storms. The rubble mound structures are...
Nashville District plots to improve processes with geospatial data Nashville District plots to improve processes with...
Bobby Sells, GIS manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District, welcomes a group of park rangers and regulators to a four-day class April 6, 2015,...
Retired colonel keeps busy with woodworking Retired colonel keeps busy with woodworking
Retired Col. Ronald Light trims a log to better fit the sawmill at Lighthouse Woodworking in Boyce, Va., April 6.


Recent Video

Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick discuss STEM Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick discuss STEM
Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Chief of Engineers, discussing how the Far East District is supporting...
Corps Plots Improvement with Geospatial Technology Corps Plots Improvement with Geospatial Technology
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is plotting to use geospatial data to improve its processes across the full spectrum of operations business lines...
Willoughby Spit Project Starts the Fight Against Sea-level Rise Willoughby Spit Project Starts the Fight Against...
Video Package about the Willoughby Spit Storm Damage Reduction Project
Building Climate Change Resilience in the Pacific Northwest, Short Version Building Climate Change Resilience in the Pacific...
From navigation to ecosystem restoration, the Pacific Northwest is one of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ most demanding coastal design environments. The winter...
Building Climate Change Resilience in the Pacific Northwest Building Climate Change Resilience in the Pacific Northwest
From navigation to ecosystem restoration, the Pacific Northwest is one of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ most demanding coastal design environments. The winter...
Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives
Women of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District share personal statements about their impact in “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives” to...


Recent News Stories

Sea-level fight starts in Norfolk Sea-level fight starts in Norfolk
The fight against sea-level rise is on, and it's taking place along Willoughby Spit in Norfolk, Virginia, where a new storm damage reduction project will help keep...
Building climate change resilience in the Pacific Northwest Building climate change resilience in the Pacific Northwest
From navigation to ecosystem restoration, the Pacific Northwest is one of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ most demanding coastal design environments. The winter...
Nashville District plots to improve processes with geospatial data Nashville District plots to improve processes with...
A group of park rangers, regulators and engineering technicians took a class April 6-10 to learn the basics of collecting and analyzing geospatial data for natural...
Corps evaluates STEM competition at Middle Tennessee State University Corps evaluates STEM competition at Middle Tennessee...
A group of technical experts from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District attended a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Science Expo as...
USACE Galveston District partners with VA to help wounded warriors USACE Galveston District partners with VA to help...
When Army Spc. John Walden returned from a one-year tour of duty in Khost, Afghanistan, he knew that continuing his military service was not an option following a...
Retired colonels maintain old connections, pursue new dreams Retired colonels maintain old connections, pursue new dreams
Three retired Army colonels continue to work together in milling logs and woodworking businesses.


Recent Audio

Holiday water safety PSA
With nearly 12 million acres of land and water in its portfolio, the U.S Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for more than 11,400 miles of shoreline, 90 lakes and...
USACE Galveston District's STEM Inspiration Campaign
RADIO PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Share your STEM inspiration story with us today! We all need to take steps to encourage our students to secure the technical jobs...
Doshin Park retires after 30 years of federal service
FED News Minute - Doshin Park retires after 30 years of federal service.
Contracting chief Harry Kim retires after 54 years of...
FED News Minute - Contracting chief Harry Kim retires after 54 years of federal service.
District personnel, working for US.Forces in Korea and...
FED News Minute - District personnel work for U.S. Forces in Korea and located all around the Republic of Korea.
Far East District: Mainly a civilian workforce, but one...
FED News Minute - Far East District: Mainly a civilian workforce, but one with many military ties.


Recent Publications

The Corps Environment - 04.01.2015
The Corps Environment - 04.01.2015
In the April 2015 issue of The Corps Environment: 2014 Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards; U.S. Army Environmental Command emphasizes compliance program...
Yankee Engineer - 03.16.2015
Yankee Engineer - 03.16.2015
March 2015 Edition of the YANKEE ENGINEER This issue includes: -Cape Cod Canal Maintenance Dredging Under District Consideration -Yankee Voices o Employee...
Yankee Engineer - 03.02.2015
Yankee Engineer - 03.02.2015
Yankee Engineer – Year in Review 2014 This issue includes: - Change in Leadership - Project Highlights - Activities in the Field - Regulatory Activities -...
Yankee Engineer - 02.25.2015
Yankee Engineer - 02.25.2015
February 2015 edition of the Yankee Engineer. In this issue: •Historic Blizzard pummels New England •Yankee Voices... oVietnam 50th Commemoration oHuman...
Yankee Engineer - 01.30.2015
Yankee Engineer - 01.30.2015
Ribbon Cutting on Renovated VA Medical Facility in Providence; iDams Improves Dam Safety Inspection Reports Speed; Celebrating the Season with Special Holiday Gala; and...
The Corps Environment - 12.31.2014
The Corps Environment - 12.31.2014
In this issue: Integrating USACE tools to help installations achieve Net Zero energy goals; Engineering With Nature strategy to repair damaged ecosystems; Tripler...


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At any given time the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is engaged with more than 100 countries on projects ranging from environmental restoration--to construction--to scientific research. These stories show how our nation's...