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News Stories

  • November

    November is Native American Heritage Month

    A Native American philosopher once said, “History is not there for you to like or dislike. It is there for you to learn from it. And if it offends you, even better. Because then you are less likely to repeat it. It’s not yours to erase. It belongs to all of us.”
  • Better Together – USS Tautog Submariners reunite on Veterans Day

    Former crew members of the USS Tautog (SSN-639) and their families reunited on Veterans Day at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Galveston District (SWG) Jadwin Building, for their first large group meeting since the submarine was decommissioned 27 years ago.
  • North Atlantic Division continues work on critical Bipartisan Infrastructure Law projects

    Nov. 15 marks the second anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which appropriated $1.7 billion to the North Atlantic Division to support investigations (studies), construction, the Continuing Authorities Program, and operations and maintenance.
  • Understanding Global Hydrology

    Scientists with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s (ERDC) Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL) are exploring potential opportunities by utilizing a collaboration between ERDC, NASA, U.S. Air Force, and other DOD agencies in the development of Global Hydro Intelligence (GHI).
  • USACE, Baltimore District project manager saves child from Pasadena waterway

    Zachary Sandonato, a project manager with the Baltimore District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, along with his wife Nicole, saved a 4-year-old boy from a waterway near their Pasadena, Md. home Nov. 3.