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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District      

    Little Rock, AR, US  

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    SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNDISTURBED

    SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNDISTURBED

    10.18.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    Aaron Boswell, a ranger for the Little Rock District, installs looting signage at one of the Corps’ many parks. Signage is now being placed at...
    $1.8 Billion Meet-UP

    $1.8 Billion Meet-UP

    12.01.2015 | Photo by James Woods
    The Little Rock District and several federal agencies from around the region host an industry day event to learn more about regional contractor...

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    SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNDISTURBED

    10.18.2018 | Story by Erin Jimenez
    Looting or vandalizing a Native American burial ground, or digging for or removing archaeological artifacts from government property is an escalating problem, and action is being taken to stop it. As a result, the Corps of Engineers has partnered with various agencies such as the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, Arkansas Historic Preservation, and the Osage Nation to spread awareness about the issue and step...

    LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT INDUCTS NEW GALLERY MEMBER

    09.26.2018 | Story by Laurie Driver
    During most of his 29 years with the Army Corps of Engineers, PJ Spaul was the voice and face of Little Rock District. Sure, he crafted news releases, speeches and public affairs plans. He helped at public events, and even launched an employee newspaper. Yet most people remember him explaining Corps activities in the news media.

    USACE announces power grid restoration status update

    02.15.2018 | Story by James Woods
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Since Hurricane Maria struck the island of Puerto Rico almost five months ago, a combined effort from USACE, FEMA, Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and the utility industry continues to restore reliable power to the people of Puerto Rico.

    RACIAL PIONEER REACHED HIGHEST LEVEL OF RECOGNITION

    02.12.2018 | Story by Miles Brown
    Ben Harshaw started his long and varied service to our country during World War II serving in a segregated Corps of Engineers unit. During three years in a Heavy Equipment Battalion he rose to the rank of Technical Sergeant and left the U.S. Army on his birthday in December of 1945.