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Savannah Corps revamps 'Wear It to Win It' water safety campaign Savannah Corps revamps 'Wear It to Win It' water safety...
Savannah Corps revamps its 'Wear It to Win It' water safety campaign.
Corps opens doors, minds for career day event Corps opens doors, minds for career day event
Participants of the district’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day held May 1 view an interactive wetlands model to learn how wetlands protect the environment....
New artifacts reveal more about Civil War life New artifacts reveal more about Civil War life
From left: Leg irons covered in concretions, X-rayed, and the replica made from a mold after the concretions were removed. Archaeologists are learning more about...
Savannah’s FEST-A delivers unmatched engineering support traversing Middle East Savannah’s FEST-A delivers unmatched engineering...
The 542nd Forward Engineering Support Team - Advanced gathers for a group photo at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait. The team is completing a six-month deployment supporting...
Beneath the barnacles: Archaeologists battle elements to uncover ironclad history Beneath the barnacles: Archaeologists battle elements to...
From left: Stephen James, lead archaeologist, watches the display and records the location of objects in one unit of the electronic grid, while Jeff Pardee, marine...
Sarah Wise at Megagenesis Sarah Wise at Megagenesis
Sarah Wise, Corps regulatory specialist, discusses outreach events supported by the Corps at Savannah’s 9th annual Megagenesis held Feb. 28 at Sol C. Johnson High...


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Diving on the CSS Georgia Diving on the CSS Georgia
Archaeologists from Panamerican Consultants, Inc. are recovering and cataloging artifacts from the CSS Georgia, a sunken Civil War ironclad. Significant artifacts...
Tybee Island Beach Renourishing and Dredge Tour Tybee Island Beach Renourishing and Dredge Tour
Workers on the dredge Alaska, owned and operated by the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company of Illinois, pump sand from off-shore of Tybee Island, Georgia, onto the...
Creating off-shore reef habitats Creating off-shore reef habitats
In this video, officials with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources – Coastal Resources Division (CRD) submerge materials into the Atlantic Ocean off the...
Creating Off-Shore Reef Habitats Creating Off-Shore Reef Habitats
In this video, officials with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources – Coastal Resources Division (CRD) submerge materials into the Atlantic Ocean off the...
Water Safety Public Service Announcements (PSAs) Water Safety Public Service Announcements (PSAs)
This video contains three pre-produced water safety PSAs featuring a Corps of Engineers Park Ranger. Each PSA has a runtime of 14 seconds. Stations can add their own...
Savannah Harbor Expansion Project Press Conference Savannah Harbor Expansion Project Press Conference
The final report—consisting of a General Re-evaluation Report (GRR) and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)— concludes that deepening the harbor from its...


Recent News Stories

Corps revamps ‘Wear It to Win It’ water safety campaign Corps revamps ‘Wear It to Win It’ water safety campaign
This summer, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District is giving the public another reason to be safe while enjoying the great outdoors.
Corps opens doors, minds for career day event Corps opens doors, minds for career day event
District offices became a proxy classroom for more than 40 dependents of employees who explored Corps projects and careers during the Take Our Daughters and Sons to...
New artifacts reveal more about Civil War life New artifacts reveal more about Civil War life
As archaeologists recover more CSS Georgia artifacts from the murky waters of the Savannah River, the day-to-day hardships of serving as a Confederate sailor are...
Savannah’s FEST-A delivers unmatched engineering support traversing Middle East Savannah’s FEST-A delivers unmatched engineering...
Four months after launching into a six-month deployment to Kuwait, Savannah’s Forward Engineering Support Team – Advance (FEST-A) convened recently to discuss...
Beneath the barnacles: Archaeologists battle elements to uncover ironclad history Beneath the barnacles: Archaeologists battle elements to...
Each day as tourists saunter through the city’s famous squares, another group of visitors explores a different set of squares at the bottom of the Savannah River.
Outreach a ‘Wise’ pursuit to securing Corps’ future Outreach a ‘Wise’ pursuit to securing Corps’ future
Millions of students are plagued by the age-old question, “What do I want to do for a living?” but the Corps helps to rectify this enigma by offering industry...