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KANDAHAR AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — Air Force Col. Benjamin Wham, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan Engineer District South commander (left), Labib Bardawil, Contrack Inc. area manager (center), and Air Force Col. Sam Grable, 451st Air Expeditionary Mission Support Group commander, cut the ceremonial ribbon that marks the completion of the fourth phase of a Kandahar Airfield expansion in southern Afghanistan, April 10, 2012.
Cutting ribbon at Aircraft Ramp on Kandahar Airfield
4/18/2012 12:50:00 PM
CALIFORNIA — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District engineers and climb team members (from left) Christopher Abela, Charles Jeung and Levi Bowers prepare their climbing ropes and equipment during a inspection of the tainter gates at New Hogan Dam, near Valley Springs, Calif., April 10, 2012. Tainter gates are a type of flood gate used in dams to control water flow. New Hogan Dam reduces flood risk to the city of Stockton and stores water used for irrigation, drinking and hydroelectric power.
Corps' engineers climb, inspect New Hogan Dam
4/17/2012 1:12:00 PM
CALIFORNIA —  Christopher Abela, a civil engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District ascends a climbing rope during an inspection of the tainter gates at New Hogan Dam near Valley Springs, Calif., April 10, 2012. Tainter gates are a type of flood gate used in dams to control water flow. New Hogan Dam reduces flood risk to the city of Stockton and stores water used for irrigation, drinking and hydroelectric power.
Inspecting New Hogan Dam
4/17/2012 1:12:00 PM
CALIFORNIA — Levi Bowers (left) and Christopher Abela, engineers and climb team members with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District inspect the tainter gates at New Hogan Dam near Valley Springs, Calif., April 10, 2012. Tainter gates are a type of flood gate used in dams to control water flow. New Hogan Dam reduces flood risk to the city of Stockton and stores water used for irrigation, drinking and hydroelectric power.
Inspecting tainter gates
4/17/2012 1:12:00 PM
A contract employee repositions the vapor collection line during source area treatment operations at the former Offut Air Force Base. The bit of the large diameter auger is visible below the off-gas collection hood, in the center of the photo.
Repositioning vapor collection line
4/17/2012 10:57:00 AM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers representatives and various partners from The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, National Park Service (Gateway), New York City Department of Environmental Protection, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York State National Resources Conservation Service, the New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program and many other stakeholders at the Marsh Islands restoration project, Jamaica Bay, New York.
Balancing Economic Revitalization
4/17/2012 10:35:00 AM
TBLISI, Republic of Georgia — Capt. Besik Galuashvili and Lt. Oniari Gia, instructors at the Tbilisi Police Academy, await cadets to arrive in the 554 square-meter range. The range has movable targets, a modular bullet trap and containment system that allow the bullet casings to be recycled.
Instructors at the Tbilisi Police Academy
4/16/2012 12:16:00 PM
TBLISI, Republic of Georgia — In a classroom in the three-story building designed to house as both class and dorm rooms, cadets at the Tbilisi Police Academy learn critical police procedures.
Cadets in class at Tbilisi Police Academy
4/16/2012 12:16:00 PM
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