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  • December

    Legacy employee retires after 34 years

    Back in 1980, Michael Cornish decided to follow in his father Milton’s footsteps and started working
  • Four Regional Climate Change and Hydrology Literature Syntheses Released

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is increasingly considering
  • Restoring American Bald Eagle to upper Cumberland region a tall tale

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 22, 2014) – Nurturing baby American Bald Eagles in a man-made crib atop a 23-foot tower seems like a tall tale, but that is exactly how biologists carried out a conservation plan in the late 1980s to restore the nation’s symbol to the upper Cumberland region.
  • Veterans transition program documents Fort Norfolk relics

    The Army Corps of Engineers Veteran’s Curation Program, provide recently separated military veterans with employment and job training through rehabilitation and preservation of archeological collections, including items found at Fort Norfolk, while also providing the vets with interview skills training and resume writing assistance.
  • Sector Gates Raised After 35 Years

    For the first time in 35 years, the 255,000-pound sector gates at the Thomas J. (T.J.) O’Brien Lock and Dam are being raised and repaired as part of a critical maintenance project designed to rehabilitate the 54-year-old facility. T.J. O’Brien Lock and Dam is a unit of the Illinois Waterway Navigation System and is located at the entrance to Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois.