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    Anchorage Basin dredging helps maintain safe...

    12.20.2018 | Story by Hank Heusinkveld
    The Wilmington District conducts daily surveys of the federal channel and periodically dredges it to remove debris. The Cape Fear River carries tons of sediment that gradually settles along the way of its 202-mile path to the Atlantic Ocean. When its flows reach Wilmington, some of that material ends up in the federal channel that stretches from just north of the Isabelle Holmes Bridge to the Atlantic Ocean.

    District’s Ft. Bragg Office Wins Commander’s...

    12.20.2018 | Story by Hank Heusinkveld
    Members of the Wilmington District's U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) Resident Engineer Office stuck to an energetic and demanding operations tempo and listened intently to their customers to construct and deliver on budget and on time the state-of-the-art Language and Culture Center located on the developing U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (SWCS) campus.

    District awards Carolina Beach and Vicinity...

    12.20.2018 | Story by Lisa Parker
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Wilmington District awarded a periodic nourishment contract on November 30 at a cost of approximately $17.4-million to Weeks Marine, Inc. This coastal storm risk management project contract includes funding from multiple sources including federal, New Hanover County and the state of North Carolina. The non-federal sponsors for this project are the towns of Carolina Beach and Kure Beach.

    Critical Incident Stress Management gaining...

    12.20.2018 | Story by Hank Heusinkveld
    Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is an intervention protocol developed specifically for dealing with traumatic events.  It is a formal, highly structured and profession-ally recognized process for helping those involved in a critical incident to share their experiences, vent emotions, learn about stress reactions and symptoms and given referral to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for further help if required.

    District plans to correct flood control measures on...

    12.20.2018 | Story by Hank Heusinkveld
    The Neuse River-Goldsboro Section 1135 Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) authorizes the USACE to initiate investigations and modify structures and operations of water resources projects constructed by the Corps to improve the quality of the environment, as long as the modifications are feasible, consistent with authorized project purposes, and will improve the quality of the environment in the public interest.

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