US Army Corps of Engineers
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Archive: 2013
  • December

    New Report Examines USACE Asset Management and International Best Practices

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.  The current U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Civil Works infrastructure
  • Report Finds Decrease in USACE Capital and Raises Concerns about Sustaining Future Water Resources Services

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.  The Institute for Water Resources (IWR) recently released a report that
  • USACE civilians introduced to Army life

    FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- The United States Army Corps of Engineers conducted their annual Leadership Development Program training recently, using various ranges and training areas throughout Fort Leonard Wood. This program was developed by USACE to give their civilian employees an introduction to Army culture as well as leadership training, but it actually goes further than that, it also gives them a better understanding of the importance of their jobs and just where they fit into the big picture.
  • Corps hosts meeting with the Delaware Nation

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District hosted its first ever face-to-face meeting with a federally recognized Native American tribe on Dec. 4 at the district's headquarters in Baltimore. USACE met with the Delaware Nation, one of the country's longest standing Native American Tribes, to discuss a Corps project that could potentially impact what were historically tribal lands.
  • Corps promotes engineering skills at local schools

    "It's the future," said Steve Grabowski, an Anchorage School District teacher, about the importance of exposing science, technology, engineering and mathematics education to elementary students. Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -- Alaska District visited three of Grabowski's fifth and sixth grade classes between Nov.18 and 22 at Mount Spurr, Ursa Major and Ursa Minor elementary schools on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.