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Transatlantic Division News

Archive: 2016
  • October

    Booker known for cultivating talent, teambuilding retires

    Donn Booker, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Transatlantic Division’s Chief of Business Integration Division, retired from federal service Oct. 1. Throughout September, Booker was recognized at a couple events with accolades from many of the people he supervised, worked with, and worked for through his 36 year career.
  • September

    Family whom you've never met

    The Charleston District boasts about our civilian workforce being a family. We don’t just talk about it, we live it. Michael Glasch can attest to this truth. Glasch is currently deployed in Afghanistan as the Public Affairs Officer for the USACE Transatlantic Afghanistan District and recently came home on a break.
  • May

    Col. Dale accepts deFleury medal

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division leaders presented the Bronze order of the deFleury Medal to Col. Stephen F. Dale in an award ceremony April 21.
  • Capt. Luces accepts deFleury Medal

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division leaders presented the Steel order of the deFleury Medal to Capt. Alicia Luces, a project manager with the Middle East District, in an award ceremony April 21.
  • April

    Completing Bataan Memorial Death March inspires, leads to personal growth

    Where do you go to find inspiration to challenge yourself to learn and grow to be a better person? The internet has a plethora of resources and just as many perspectives on what you should and should not do. How do you know when it is time to make a change? Where do you find the motivation to take the next step? Mine started over three years ago when my great friend, Shannon (Shay) Truitt, an Army Staff Sgt., platoon sergeant and cryptologic linguist with 704th Military Intelligence Brigade at Fort Meade, Md., suggested we form a team for the Bataan Memorial Death March. We registered for and competed in the 27th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. on March 20.
  • February

    Division, District employees unite to judge local school science fair

    Volunteers from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division and Middle East District served as judges at the Frederick County Public Schools’ annual Science Fair, Feb. 4 at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown, Va.
  • January

    TAD Officer Awarded deFleury Medal

    Maj. Jodi Smith, a strategic plans officer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, received the Army Engineering Association’s Bronze deFleury Medal Dec. 15 for her exemplary service to the engineer regiment.
  • TAD Employee Awarded HR Manager of the Year

    How does a mechanical engineer win the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Human Resources Manager of the Year Award? It’s easy to understand if you know Margaret Jones. Jones, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division’s Business Integration Division Chief, was presented with the award Dec. 15 during an award ceremony at the Division headquarters in Winchester, Va.
  • Volunteer Santa gave gift of smiles and wonderment to children this holiday season

    Many consider the holiday season a time to get in the spirit of giving, not just of material items but also through bringing joy to others. William Fritz, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division’s Plans and Operations Deputy, brings joy to local children by dressing up as Santa, taking their Christmas wish lists and posing for pictures.