U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District


Hometown: Savannah, GA, US

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District
Content Online
(USACOE-SD)
19

0

166

267

0


DVIDS Media Specialist:
Media Managers
mediamanager@dvidshub.net


  (2 Subscribers)


Featured Video



Recent Photos

A wreck reborn: Recovering the Civil War ironclad CSS Georgia from the Savannah River A wreck reborn: Recovering the Civil War ironclad CSS...
The CSS Georgia continues to surprise archaeologists. Case in point, this 9,000-pound Dahlgren rifled cannon that archaeologists thought was a different type of...
After decades of giving, she won’t slow down After decades of giving, she won’t slow down
Martha Coley, mother to two retired Air Force pilots and an accountant in the Resource Management Division, is a face of the nationwide Blue Star Mothers of America...
Savannah River islands attract a different type of tourist Savannah River islands attract a different type of tourist
Ellie Covington, a biologist with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District, counts birds through a spotting scope at Jones-Oysterbed Island, June 26. The island...
Navy divers recover first of 4 remaining cannons Navy divers recover first of 4 remaining cannons
From left: Navy Diver 1st Class Spencer Puett of Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2 and Lt.j.g. Andrew Heckel of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 6 pose behind...
Fort Benning PDT shines with delivery of groundbreaking hospital Fort Benning PDT shines with delivery of groundbreaking...
Members of Fort Benning’s Project Delivery Team coalesce after the first piece of structural steel was placed at the site April 9, 2012.
Boys’ lives saved by rescuers, loaner life jackets at Hartwell Lake Boys’ lives saved by rescuers, loaner life jackets at...
From left to right: Jose Sigran, Jafet Aguiler and Alexandria Gunter pose in front a loaner life jacket stand on Lake Hartwell June 3. Gunter volunteered to swim life...


Recent Video

Hartwell Dam Gate Test Hartwell Dam Gate Test
Hartwell Dam gate test
Drone Footage Captures CSS Georgia Recovery Activity Drone Footage Captures CSS Georgia Recovery Activity
This drone footage was taken from Old Fort Jackson where the Civil War Ironclad CSS Georgia is currently being recovered adjacent to the fort from the barge in the...
CSS Georgia Raising CSS Georgia Raising
The CSS Georgia 'Raise the Wreck!' Festival on July 25, 2015 in Savannah, Georgia, showing diver activity on the CSS Georgia Civil War ironclad shipwreck and related...
CSS Georgia Propeller Raised from Savannah River CSS Georgia Propeller Raised from Savannah River
US Navy salvage divers raised the bent, encrusted propeller of the Civil War ironclad warship CSS Georgia from the bottom of the Savannah River in Savannah, GA...
CSS Georgia: Raising History CSS Georgia: Raising History
Raw Video. As part of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, US Navy divers working with the US Army Corps of Engineers raised the first test piece of Civil War...
Preserving the History of the CSS Georgia Preserving the History of the CSS Georgia
The Confederate Ironclad, CSS Georgia has remained on the floor of the Savannah River since 1864. The US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District is making plans to...


Recent News Stories

Corps tests gates at Hartwell, Thurmond
The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducted limited engineering and operations tests on spillway gates at Hartwell and J. Strom Thurmond dams, Aug....
A wreck reborn: Recovering the Civil War ironclad CSS Georgia from the Savannah River A wreck reborn: Recovering the Civil War ironclad CSS...
As cities along the East Coast scramble to bolster their infrastructure and employ massive dredges to deepen their harbors, Savannah began its harbor expansion with a...
After decades of giving, she won’t slow down After decades of giving, she won’t slow down
From the moment her teenage son mounted a foldout of an aircraft cockpit on his bedroom wall, she knew that he was poised to fly planes. Martha Coley, mother to two...
Savannah River islands attract a different type of tourist Savannah River islands attract a different type of tourist
Threatened by development and predators from every side, local birds here are finding safe, pristine habitats in an unlikely place: at the bottom of the Savannah River.
Navy divers recover first of 4 remaining cannons Navy divers recover first of 4 remaining cannons
Navy divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2 and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 6 raised the first of four remaining cannons from the CSS Georgia, July 15.
Fort Benning PDT shines with delivery of groundbreaking hospital Fort Benning PDT shines with delivery of groundbreaking...
Fort Benning’s newly unveiled Martin Army Community Hospital brims with exceptionalism, earning the hospital’s area team the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ 2015...