US Army Corps of Engineers
Transatlantic Division

Mosul Dam Task Force team members earn awards
1st Lt. Brian Warren (left) is presented with an Army Commendation Medal by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mosul Dam Task Force Commander Col. Philip Secrist during a ceremony held in Mosul, Iraq on June 14, 2019. Warren served as both the Force Protection Officer (FPO) and the primary Battle Captain where he controlled all movement of Task Force personnel to and from the work site, to and from Kuwait, and via tactical air movement to and from Erbil. Mosul Dam is a well-designed and well-constructed dam that is unique in that it requires continuous maintenance grouting operations due to the geology under the dam. USACE arrived at Mosul Dam in September 2016 to serve as “the Engineer” providing construction management, quality assurance, engineering and technical oversight and project management services in connection with a contract between Iraq and an Italian company for maintenance grouting and rehabilitation of the bottom outlet of the Mosul Dam.

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