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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers deployed a team with engineering and engineering-related expertise to Liberia in support of Operation United Assistance, which is part of the comprehensive U.S. Government Ebola effort in West Africa led by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Army Corps of Engineers deploys team in support of Operation United Assistance
10/23/2014 10:23:00 AM
The Forward Engineering Support Team-Advanced, deploying to Liberia in support of Operation United Assistance, is honored with a departure ceremony at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany Oct. 20, 2014. The 13-member team of military and civilian technical experts — from electrical and environmental engineers, to real estate and power generation specialists — will support the construction of Ebola Treatment Units as part of the operation. The ETUs will be constructed at site locations chosen by the Government of Liberia Ministry of Health and the Armed Forces of Liberia to assist in the containment of Ebola. Additionally, USACE military and civilian personnel will assist with the construction, planning, surveying, and design of life-support and logistics facilities in Senegal and Liberia. U.S. Agency for International Development is the lead U.S. Government organization for the operation and U.S. Africa Command is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets — including the FEST-A — to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations.
USACE deploys engineer team to support Operation United Assistance
10/23/2014 10:12:00 AM
Jerry Boerste (left), receives Army Commanders Award for Civilian Service, presented by Karen Durham-Aguilera, Director of Contingency Operations (right). Boerste served as Chief, Operational Protection Division from 2009 to 2014.
Jerry Boerste Award
10/6/2014 8:32:00 AM
SAN FRANCISCO - (Sept. 24, 2014) - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District Deputy Commander Maj. (P) Adam J. Czekanski received the Soldier's Medal from South Pacific Division Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Toy for his actions of valor and heroism earlier this year when he jumped onto the tracks as a commuter train was approaching to save a fellow rider who had fallen due to an apparent seizure.  The Soldier's Medal is the U.S. Army's highest for valor or heroism in a non combat situation.  Pictured from left are Toy, Czekanski and San Francisco District Commander Lt. Col. John C. Morrow.  Czekanski, who has served three combat tours, two in Afghanistan and one in Iraq, has also received three Bronze Star medals one Purple Heart medal, credited his years of military training as he quickly assessed the situation and jumped into action to save a stranger while placing himself in imminent danger.

9/15/2014 8:21:00 AM
Major General Richard L. Stevens became the Deputy Chief of Engineers/Deputy Commanding General on 02 September 2014.
Major General Richard Stevens
9/11/2014 8:12:00 AM
Flag which floated over Fort McHenry [in 1814], displayed horizontally in a room surrounded by cases, 4 June 1914.
Flag which floated over Fort McHenry
9/8/2014 4:17:00 PM
Historic American Buildings Survey. Portion of an anonymous watercolor painting of Fort McHenry bombardment of 1814. Peale Museum, Baltimore. View of southeast bastion and sally port. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine.
Portion of an anonymous watercolor painting of Fort McHenry
9/8/2014 4:17:00 PM
A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, by the British fleet, taken from the observatory under the command of Admirals Cochrane & Cockburn on the morning of the 13th of Sepr. 1814 which lasted 24 hours, & thrown from 1500 to 1800 shells in the night attempted to land by forcing passage up the ferry branch but were repulsed with great loss. Approximately 1819, re-engraved approximately 1905.
A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry
9/8/2014 4:17:00 PM
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