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  • December

    Father-daughter combo: USACE Kansas City District benefits

    Parents and families often offer those first glimpses of career visions that come to our sons and daughters. For Aubrie Saulsberry, she has known all of her life that her father, Arthur Saulsberry, has worked for the Kansas City District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, for many years as the Chief of Small Business Programs. She heard from him that he loves working as a civilian for USACE and after an early start in the St. Louis District, has thoroughly enjoyed serving the small business community in Kansas City.
  • Notice of Availability of the Interim Draft of the National Ordinary High Water Mark Field Delineation Manual for Rivers and Streams

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) jointly announce the availability of the Interim Draft of the National Ordinary High Water Mark Field Delineation Manual for Rivers and Streams (National OHWM Manual) and are soliciting public comments on this Interim Draft.
  • SWF hosts Emergency Management Public Law 84-99 Outreach Session

    Maj. Joshua Haynes, deputy commander, Fort Worth District, welcomes regional stakeholders to an outreach session to discuss recent changes to Public Law 84-99.
  • November

    Game-changing refueling operations for JBLM helicopters

    A new $25.1 million airfield refueling facility became operational on Gray Army Airfield at Joint Base Lewis-McChord following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 17. The new facility can refuel Army helicopters on three, hot-fueling pads without the helicopters having to shut down.
  • The Retirement of the Wild Duck: Larry Brotherton

    On November 16, 2022, LRD Teammate and engineer Larry Brotherton retired after nearly 40 years of service with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.