US Army Corps of Engineers

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- “[Our] research will explore solutions to transportation challenges that we all face, whether it is global deployment of military forces, delivery of critical resources to the right place at the right time, transportation options for families and veterans to access medical care, or solving the ‘last mile’ challenges that will integrate the full community into our transportation system with all of its opportunities.”
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District is teaming up with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and other federal partners to learn more about how complex chemical contaminants behave in the environment to help inform future cleanup efforts.
This edition of The Corps Environment (May 2019) highlights Environmental Operating Principle #2, Proactively considering environmental consequences and acting accordingly. It features articles from the Hon. Alex A. Beehler, assistant Secretary of the Army, Installations, Energy and Environment; the State of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Program; Earth Day articles; Camp Blanding setting the standard for natural resource conservation; wild burros and horses at Yuma Proving Ground; the Huntsville Center's range cleanup operations in Afghanistan; and more....


Corps researchers discover future co-workers through mentoring
VICKSBURG, Miss. (July 12, 2019)-- Researchers at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s seven ERDC laboratories have provided some exciting hands-on research opportunities for both...
14 employees complete Huntsville Center’s 2018-2019 LDP Level II course
Fourteen Huntsville Center employees graduated June 18 from Level II of the Leadership Development Program course....
Bluestone Dam Edges Closer to Completion
The makeover at Bluestone Dam has been a slow process – but the final part of the process is now underway. Located on the scenic New River in southern West Virginia, the dam is a massive concrete...
Heuser retires from military service; heads to Army War College as a civilian
Army Reserve Col. Todd M. Heuser was retired July 13, 2019, at the George Washington Hotel in downtown Winchester, Virginia, after a 30-year military career. And, in an unusual twist, he was also...