US Army Corps of Engineers

This edition of The Corps Environment (August 2019) highlights how we employ an open and transparent process, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #7. This edition provides insight into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Environmental Division and the National Program Managers who champion environmental activities across the enterprise. It also features articles about the significant amount of material recycled as a result of the decommissioning and dismantlement of the world's first floating nuclear power plant; how partnerships protect species, while sustaining military readiness; and more...
In one Engineering With Nature® project located on Washington’s Skagit River, USACE Seattle District incorporated salmon habitat features into levee repairs made from 2007 to 2011. Woody debris is an essential component for salmon rearing and refuge habitat complexity. Large logs with rootwads were laid on the riverbed bench of the levee as a mitigation feature that delivers benefits to the fish during high river flows. Skagit River has been designated as a critical habitat for three salmonid species listed under the Endangered Species Act.
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 National Levee Database is a public view into the information that builds understanding of the benefits and potential risks levees pose for the communities in which they exist,” said Eric C. Halpin, P.E., USACE deputy dam and levee safety officer.


It’s all about the water levels
April showers might have brought May flowers, but this summer’s warm weather brought a different kind of bloom to reservoirs. The Pittsburgh District environmental team focused its efforts to identify...
FED Engineers take part in bridge inspection team
Far East District (FED) structural engineers Choe, Hyon-Ku and Young C. Jung joined nine members of the Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) during the week of Oct. 7 to perform bridge...
ULDP program further develops U.S. Army Corps of Engineers leaders
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – The U.S. Army Corps for of Engineers Leadership Development Program (ULDP) Level II, is a district level competitively selected, cohort-based leader development program...
New fueling system provides improved aircraft re-fueling capabilities to Kunsan's 35th Fighter Squadron
The Far East District Kunsan resident office recently completed a project to construct ten hardened aircraft flow-thru shelters for aircraft refueling and a new JP-8 hydrant fueling system. The system...

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