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News Stories

Archive: 2022
  • December

    Brothers build careers on parents’ employment legacies

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 23, 2022) – The Lee brothers are trailblazing dual careers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District. But they are also building on the employment legacies of their parents, who both retired honorably and set an endearing example of service for their sons.
  • Corps, partners sign agreement to move forward on study to aid Salton Sea

    On a sunny December day near the shores of the Salton Sea, three agencies signed an agreement to collaborate on ways to aid the ailing lake. Representatives with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, California Department of Water Resources and the Salton Sea Authority signed a cost-share agreement during a Dec. 16 outdoor ceremony at the North Shore Yacht Club in Mecca.
  • Commitment to tribal partners restores Shoalwater Bay Dune, protects Shoalwater Bay Tribe

    A partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with the Shoalwater Bay Tribe restores the Shoalwater Bay Dune on the Tokeland Peninsula, Washington, in time before the first major storm of 2022.
  • After 40 years on the water, a change of course

    After 40 combined years of federal service in the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, George Brkovich is retiring.
  • Love of USACE, people fuel Water Management Team engineer

    Making things better or leaving a place better than it was, is a goal many people pursue. If one is successful at achieving this aspiration, it may often lead to a successful and fulfilling career. One person who is striving to make a difference on the job and help encourage young people pursue a career In the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, is Troy Ephriam.