Transatlantic Division Public Affairs

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, Public Affairs Office is located in Winchester, VA.

“Public Affairs fulfills the Army’s obligation to keep the American people and the Army informed, and helps to establish conditions that lead to confidence in America’s Army in its readiness to conduct operations in peacetime, conflict and war.” FM 46-1

The Public Affairs Office is the initial contact for the public and the media for information about the USACE Transatlantic Division and its programs, policies, operations and activities. Public Affairs specialists serve in direct support of the Division’s Public Affairs programs, each responsible for specific geographic and functional areas. Public Affairs staff members prepare information products for both internal and external audiences. The Public Affairs Office supports the Division in a wide variety of other activities, including the management of the Division’s Web presence.

For more information or to get ahold of the Public Affairs office please email TAD-PUBLIC-AFFAIRS@usace.army.mil.

Motorcycle riders assigned to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division receive a printout of the Tires and Wheels, Controls, Lights, Oil, Chassis and Stand, or T-CLOCS, safety check list during a motorcycle safety training course, at the division headquarters in Winchester Va., May 13, 2021. (U.S. Army Photo by Sherman Hogue, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division public affairs office)

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U.S. Army Captain Colin Sexton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Middle East District, Winchester, Virginia, conducts the Hand Release Push-up and Arm Extension task of the new Army Combat Fitness Test at Handley high school in Winchester Virginia on Wednesday, May 19, 2021.

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U.S. Army Major Eder Rameriz (Right) with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, Winchester, Virginia looks at his current scores for the Army Combat Fitness Test with U.S. Army Master Sergeant Brian Venerick from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, Winchester, Virginia while taking a break during conducting the test at Handley high school, Winchester, Virginia on May 19, 2021.

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U.S. Army Brigadier General Kimberly M. Colloton, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, assisted by Mr. John Adams (Left) Director of Programs and Business Directorate for the transatlantic Division, unveils Mr. Scott Loudermilk’s plaque that will hang on the wall of the Gallery of Distinguished Civilians. Mr. Loudermilk (Right) former G3- Plans and Operations Chief for the Transatlantic Division, was inducted into the Transatlantic Division’s Gallery of Distinguished Civilians on Monday 14 June 2021 at the Transatlantic Division Head Quarters in Winchester, Virginia. Mr. Loudermilk was accompanied by his wife Mrs. Michelle Loudermilk (right).

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Brigadier General Kimberly M. Colloton (Middle) Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division has a conversation about the command with newly inducted Gallery of Distinguished Civilian, Mr. Scott Loudermilk, the former G3, Chief of Plans and Operations for the Transatlantic Division and his wife Mrs. Loudermilk following the induction ceremony held on Monday 14 June 2021 at the Transatlantic Division Headquarters, Winchester, Virginia.

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    It was fitting that the promotion ceremony for newly promoted Brig. Gen. Mark C. Quander took place on Feb. 14, 2020, halfway through Black History Month. The extended Quander family is the only African American family to produce four general officers in the U.S. military. The other three general officers who encompass this history were also in attendance at the promotion ceremony: Gen. (ret.) Vincent K. Brooks, Maj. Gen. (ret.) Leo A. Brooks, Sr., and Brig. Gen. (ret.) Leo A. Brooks, Jr. The Brooks family remains the only African American family to have three general from the same immediate family, and is connected to the Quander family tree in several ways, with the primary link being through Naomi Lewis Brooks, the mother to Leo Jr. and Vincent Brooks.

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