U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District


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John Budnik
Tom Findtner
Pat Richardson

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Umiat Test Well No. 9 Snowcat train Umiat Test Well No. 9 Snowcat train
Since 2009, more than 7,800 tons of contaminated soil polluted the remote location of Test Well No. 9 near Umiat, a historic oil exploratory base camp. The conditions...
Scooby hanging on Scooby hanging on
Scooby, a boxer-breed dog, fell through thawing ice on the Eagle River April 18 near Anchorage leading her frantic owner to call for help. Luckily, U.S. Army Corps of...
Corps employee shares passion for youth outreach and teamwork Corps employee shares passion for youth outreach and...
This Employee Spotlight features Janet Post, a regulatory specialist in the Regulatory Division. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics with an emphasis in...
High-frequency radio High-frequency radio
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District recently constructed a new 102-foot-tall radio tower July 2 near the headquarters building on Joint Base...
Col. Amos Mathews (retired) and Col. Christopher Lestochi Col. Amos Mathews (retired) and Col. Christopher Lestochi
Retired Col. Amos Mathews is one of 26 soldiers to have served as the Alaska District commander during the 68-year history of the organization. His image is displayed...
A hands on experiment A hands on experiment
Janet Post and Danielle Shack, regulatory specialists in the Regulatory Division, visited Turnagain Elementary School April 23 to meet with fifth and sixth-grade...


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Corps, local Soldiers build shed for good cause Corps, local Soldiers build shed for good cause
Representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -- Alaska District; 2nd Engineer Brigade; 4th Brigade, 25th Infantry Division and National Air Traffic...


Recent News Stories

Arctic Cleanup: Tough conditions no match for test well remediation Arctic Cleanup: Tough conditions no match for test well...
Since 2009, more than 7,800 tons of contaminated soil polluted the remote location of Test Well No. 9 near Umiat, a historic oil exploratory base camp. The conditions...
Corps employee saves canine from watery demise Corps employee saves canine from watery demise
Scooby, a boxer-breed dog, fell through thawing ice on the Eagle River April 18 near Anchorage leading her frantic owner to call for help. Luckily, U.S. Army Corps of...
Corps employee shares passion for youth outreach and teamwork Corps employee shares passion for youth outreach and...
This Employee Spotlight features, Janet Post, a regulatory specialist in the Regulatory Division. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics with an emphasis in...
Proven technology remains viable disaster communication tool Proven technology remains viable disaster communication tool
Whether an earthquake strikes, a tsunami reaches shore, a wildfire scorches the forest or a man-made emergency has occurred a near century-old form of electronic...
Former district commander visits old stomping grounds Former district commander visits old stomping grounds
A black and white portrait hangs in the hallway of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District. Photographed is an Army colonel in his mid-40s. With half of...
Corps promotes wetlands awareness to elementary students Corps promotes wetlands awareness to elementary students
Hands were thrown upward toward the classroom ceiling when sixth-grade students answered whether they have visited Potter Marsh, Connors Bog or took a trip on the...