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  • December

    Love of the job motivates Loper’s success

    Success in life can often be measured in many ways. Some consider financial wealth a sign of success. For some it might be prestige or fame. While others might consider family accomplishments or attaining certain goals a measure of success.
  • A day with the Memphis District Revetment team

    On Dec. 7, 2022, Memphis District Commander Col. Brian Sawser made the trip down to St. Francisville, Louisiana, to visit the Memphis District Revetment Team at their current project site. The commander spent the day getting a firsthand look at what this talented crew does on a daily basis, getting a better understanding of exactly just how important this team is to executing the Memphis District mission.
  • Corps of Engineers work to mitigate flood risk for Wharton, Texas

    Project managers and engineers from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division's Fort Worth and Galveston Districts, along with city officials from Wharton, Texas, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Santa Fe Ditch, Nov. 9, 2022.
  • Corps joins Air Force to unveil completion of air traffic control tower at Plant 42, described as ‘center of the aerospace testing universe’

    From the top of a 160-foot air traffic control tower at Air Force Plant 42, one may understand why Brig. Gen. Matthew Higer, commander of the 412th Test Wing, Edwards Air Force Base, California, refers to the area as the ‘center of the aerospace testing universe.’
  • AFRL breaks ground on new FORTRESS space lab

    The Air Force Research Laboratory recently held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on the Facility for Radiation Tolerance Research on Electronics for Space and Strategic Systems, or FORTRESS, a 6,200-square-foot, $4.5 million facility on Kirtland Air Force Base.