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Transatlantic Division News

Archive: February, 2018
  • February

    Zeltner Leaves a Legacy of Customer Service as He Retires

    Steve Zeltner has spent his career in jobs where he could make a positive impact, although he’s the first to say that he doesn’t want to be that person “out front.” Zeltner, chief of Programs Integration Division at the Transatlantic Division (TAD), retires Feb. 28 and leaves a wealth of institutional knowledge with those who have worked with him. TAD, a major subordinate command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has its headquarters in Winchester, Va., with its work carried out overseas.
  • From Military to Civil Service Deployments, These Brothers Stick Together

    Going to college, getting a degree and then finding a lucrative job is a dream for a lot of Americans – and it IS something you can make happen in the military. Just ask the Scherzberg brothers.
  • Middle East District promotes STEM ahead of National Engineers Week

    During the month of February, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Middle East DISTRICT (TAM) supported three Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) events in the city of Winchester, Va., continuing a strong tradition of STEM outreach to the local community. Although the District supports events throughout the year, February is particularly important in promoting STEM because the third week in February is National Engineers Week. The three February events include MATHCOUNTS, a nationally recognized middle school math completion, a school science fair and a speaking engagement at STARBASE, a Department of Defense sponsored program aimed at promoting STEM at the elementary school level.