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Photographed is an event marking the groundbreaking of a project managed by The Afghanistan Engineer District-South that, when complete, will provide a hospital and two out-patient clinics to help the Afghan government provide health care for its citizens in Shindand.
Afghanistan Engineer District-South builds strong in 2012
10/9/2012 11:07:00 AM
Lt. Col. James C. Horton Jr. presents a gift to Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Maj. Gen. Masafumi Akamatsu, commandant of the JGSDF's Engineer School, during a visit to Camp Katsuta in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force school hosts bilateral exchange with Army engineers
10/9/2012 10:59:00 AM
(From left): Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Maj. Gen. Masafumi Akamatsu, Capt. Thomas Douglas and Lt. Col. James C. Horton Jr., commence the 2012 Unit School Exchange Program between the JGSDF and the Japan Engineer District.
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force school hosts bilateral exchange with Army engineers
10/9/2012 10:58:00 AM
The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force staff briefs Lt. Col. James C. Horton Jr., the deputy commander of the Japan Engineer District, and Capt. Thomas Douglas, JED's Forward Engineer Support Team leader, on equipment displayed at the JGSDF's Engineer School at Camp Katsuta in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force school hosts bilateral exchange with Army engineers
10/9/2012 10:56:00 AM
Southwestern Division Corps employees take questions from students during a STEM Roundtable held at Townview School of Engineering and Science in Dallas on Sept. 28.
Corps Roundtable promotes STEM career opportunities, workforce diversity
10/2/2012 3:00:00 PM
If 80 is the new 65 when it comes to current retirement plans, then most U.S Army Corps of Engineers employees would still have a decade to go before catching up with Civil Engineer Jack Otis, whose departure in September will officially make him the oldest employee to retire from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Corps' oldest employee to retire at 90 years of age
9/25/2012 9:04:00 AM
If 80 is the new 65 when it comes to current retirement plans, then most U.S Army Corps of Engineers employees would still have a decade to go before catching up with Civil Engineer Jack Otis, whose departure in September will officially make him the oldest employee to retire from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Corps' oldest employee to retire at 90 years of age
9/25/2012 9:02:00 AM
The Dredge Wheeler, operated by the USACE's New Orleans District, keeps waterway channels clear from Key West, Fla., to Brownsville, Texas, and up the Mississippi River to Baton Rouge, La.
DWTS VSAT helps USACE ship stay connected
9/24/2012 3:32:00 PM
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