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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District      

    Savannah, GA, US  

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    Recent Images

    MOTSU Railway Repair

    MOTSU Railway Repair

    10.03.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    A high rail rotary dump truck from Civil Works Contracting, (CWC) rides across a railway bridge before dumping dirt used to repair washouts on...
    First MOTSU Construction

    First MOTSU Construction

    10.03.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Jason Malpass, (left) Operator for Civil Works Contracting, (CWC) locks a safety hook to a rail from a high rail rotary dump truck used to repair...
    Perimeter security

    Perimeter security

    10.01.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Staff Sgt. Dean Johnson, 57th Sapper Company, Combat Airborne Rough Terrain, uses an engineer pick to prepare the ground for re-installation of...
    MOTSU Recovery

    MOTSU Recovery

    10.01.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Spc. Jacob Henson, a Paratrooper from the 161st Engineer Support Company (a), uses an excavator to move dirt for road repair work on the Military...
    MOTSU Recovery

    MOTSU Recovery

    09.29.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Col. Patrick Hogeboom, (right) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division Deputy Commander, Lt. Col. Stephen Peterson, Savannah District...
    MOTSU Progress

    MOTSU Progress

    09.28.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Sgt. Stephen Schumann, 161st Engineer Support Company, Airborne, operates heavy equipment to fill in a washed out road on Military Ocean Terminal...
    MOTSU Daily Update

    MOTSU Daily Update

    09.27.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District Task Force MOTSU team, holds a Battle Update Brief on the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point,...
    Maj. Gen. Farmen at MOTSU

    Maj. Gen. Farmen at MOTSU

    09.25.2018 | Photo by Russell Wicke
    Maj. Gen. Stephen E. Farmen, (right) Commanding General of the U.S. Army Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, talks with Col....

    Recent Videos

    A Day at the Office

    A Day at the Office

    09.27.2018 | Video by Jeremy Buddemeier
    Sappers from the 57th Sapper Company (C)(A)(RT) remove trees around the perimeter of Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU), N.C., Sept. 27,...
    A Day at the Office

    A Day at the Office

    09.27.2018 | Video by Jeremy Buddemeier
    Sappers from the 57th Sapper Company (C)(A)(RT) remove trees around the perimeter of Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU), N.C., Sept. 27,...
    57th Sapper Co. at MOTSU

    57th Sapper Co. at MOTSU

    09.24.2018 | Video by Jeremy Buddemeier
    The 57th Sapper Company (C)(A)(RT) rapidly responded to damage caused by Hurricane Florence at Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU), N.C.,...
    Col. Hibner at MOTSU

    Col. Hibner at MOTSU

    09.21.2018 | Video by Jeremy Buddemeier
    Col. Daniel Hibner, commander, Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, discusses unified recovery efforts at Military Ocean Terminal...

    Recent News Stories

    Airborne dozers put the jab in Engineers’ MOTSU...

    10.04.2018 | Story by Russell Wicke
    Hurricane Florence battered MOTSU with piercing winds and destructive flooding Sept. 15, leaving the strategically critical logistics installation with eroded rail lines, washed out roads, and significant wharf damage. Col. Daniel Hibner, commander of the Savannah District, tapped into the Corps’ vast network of expertise, assembling a team of structural, hydraulic and civil engineers to assess damage and repair critical infrastructure. But...

    Contractors on pace to finish 5 SHEP-related...

    02.23.2017 | Story by Jeremy Buddemeier
    SAVANNAH, Ga. – To say Spencer Davis has a few irons in the fire is an understatement. As the senior project manager for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, or SHEP, Davis manages the multimillion-dollar project that has eight separate environmental mitigation features outside of the actual harbor and entrance channel deepening. Now more than two years in, contractors continue to push the project forward on several fronts and are...