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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District      

    Jacksonville, 32207  

    Recent Images

    Diver goes down

    Diver goes down

    01.25.2021 | Photo by Maya Jordan
    U.S. Army’s Engineer Research and Development Center field team during deployment operations. Pictured from left to right : Brian Dockstader,...
    A Step Toward Progression

    A Step Toward Progression

    11.18.2020 | Photo by Maya Jordan
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District provide a tour on the worksite of Indian River Lagoon South C-44 on November 18. About 10...

    Recent Videos

    Jacksonville is Hiring!

    Jacksonville is Hiring!

    01.14.2021 | Video by Mark Rankin
    The Jacksonville District is hiring. Khushbu Parani, a geo-technical engineer with the Jacksonville District talks about working in the...
    Jacksonville is hiring!

    Jacksonville is hiring!

    01.13.2021 | Video by Mark Rankin
    The Jacksonville District is hiring. Logan Walker, a civil engineer shares why he loves working for USACE and why you should join our...

    Recent News Stories

    Army Corps of Engineers invites volunteers to...

    09.24.2020 | Courtesy Story
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes volunteers to continue the annual tradition of public service by participating in this year’s National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 26. Events will be held both virtually and in-person where possible and with COVID-19 safety precautions in place.

    Florida rainy season raises interest in Lake...

    06.09.2020 | Story by James Yocum
    Heavy rains and tropical storms have ushered in a new Florida rainy season, increasing interest among local residents and stakeholders on the Corps of Engineers plans for managing water in the liquid heart of the Everglades.

    Recent Publications

    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2021

    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2021

    The Corporate Communications Office is proud to present the Jacksonville Journal 2020 Edition. The theme of this issue is all about resiliency and...

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