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QATAR — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District conducts partnering sessions with contractors to improve teamwork on construction sites. A session in Qatar focused on completion of a parking apron.
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5/1/2012 1:41:00 PM
QATAR — Vernon Crudup, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District resident engineer, leads a partnering session.
Partnering session in Qatar
5/1/2012 1:36:00 PM
FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — A group of local residents, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District employees and Fort A.P. Hill employees look over a model of the new Asymmetric Warfare Group's battle laboratory complex here, April 25, 2012. The $62 million complex, construction of which was overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District, will provide the Army with an area to test and adapt operating procedures to ever-changing wartime scenarios.
Viewing the future
5/1/2012 12:34:00 PM
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Mark Eberle, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District Project Biologist, explains the ecological purposes of fish passages to students.
Outdoor Classroom
4/30/2012 2:24:00 PM
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — More than 3000 American Shad passed through the Fairmount Dam Fish Ladder. The number has rapidly increased since the completion of the rebuilt fish passage.
Fish Graph
4/30/2012 2:22:00 PM
(From left to right) Col. Patrick Mahaney Jr., Lt. Col. Jack Haefner, Col. Paul Olsen and Mike McCarthy throw dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Asymmetric Warfare Group’s battle laboratory complex at Fort A.P Hill, Va.  April 25, 2012.  The $55 million dollar complex, construction of which is overseen by the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will provide the Army with an area to test and adapt operating procedures to ever-changing wartime scenarios.  (U.S. Army photo/Patrick Bloodgood)
Groundbreaking for Asymmetric Warfare Group's laboratory
4/30/2012 2:21:00 PM
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Terry Fowler, Project Manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District, discusses the Fairmount Dam Fish Ladder project with Assistant Secretary of Army for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy. The project included rebuilding the fish passage to improve its functionality.
Fairmount Dam Fish Ladder
4/30/2012 2:20:00 PM
Joe Perillo of the Philadelphia Water Department displays an American Shad. More than 3000 of the migratory fish species passed through the Fairmount Dam Fish Ladder in 2011.
American Shad
4/30/2012 2:13:00 PM
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