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  • December

    Larry the Lock

    "Larry the Lock" is an illustrated children's book produced by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District to educate the public about the locks and dams on the rivers and the important mission they serve to support navigation around the Pittsburgh Region and beyond. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers illustration by Ashley Daugherty)
  • Human resource workshop spotlights USACE synchronization of efforts

    To meet current and future challenges in Talent Acquisition, USACE is working as an enterprise to effectively market the USACE brand and use all the tools available to attract and retain top talent.
  • Enclosure ceremony marks construction milestone at Next NGA West campus

    From the outside, it might look like the Next NGA West campus is ready for business. However, there is still a lot of work to be done before the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency’s new campus in St. Louis, Missouri, is ready for occupancy.
  • Reinforced Dune in Rockaways Provides Stronger Defense Against Flooding

    Rockaway Beach, a 10-mile-long peninsula facing the Atlantic Ocean in Queens, New York, a borough of New York City, has 850,000+ residents and a great deal of critical infrastructure in a small geographic area ─ schools, hospitals, nursing homes, mass transit lines, etc.
  • District prepares for the future one student at a time

    Three high school students working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) wrapped up a fall internship this week by presenting their capstone project to district leadership and staff.