US Army Corps of Engineers
Transatlantic Division

News Stories

  • January

    DeSoto Co., USACE: Partners in flood risk management

    Desoto County is the fastest growing county in Mississippi. With a population of over 175,000 residents, it is also the third most populated county in Mississippi. Unfortunately, it experiences frequent floods that cause economic losses and threaten lives. Congress authorized a study in DeSoto County to determine the feasibility of providing flood risk management solutions to the area. The Project Delivery Team (PDT) responsible for conducting the feasibility study has been working for over a year now, with their most recent meeting taking place earlier this month.
  • Baylot awarded Bronze Order of the de Fleury Medal

    Alex Baylot began his career at the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center more than 30 years ago, and last month, his decades of hard work and service to the Army were recognized with one of the highest honors bestowed to employees—the Bronze Order of the de Fleury Medal.
  • Congressman Alex Mooney Visits Sutton Dam

    Congressman Mooney and several members of his staff, including District Director Chad Story visited Sutton Dam. Lake Manager Brandy Acord escorted them on a tour of the 6th floor of the dam and out onto the crest gate machinery platforms, where they were briefed on how the FRM features work.
  • VIP hangar project completed at Osan Air Base

    Engineers at the Far East District central resident office completed construction surveillance on
  • Two graduate from TAD’s Leadership Development Program Tier 3

    WINCHESTER, Va. — Pete DeMattei and Daryl Puffinburger are the two latest graduates of the Transatlantic Division’s Leadership Development Program (LDP) Tier 3.