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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the following trafficability inundation mapping tool for reference by the public. These maps indicate the severity of water in regions affected by the recent Florence storm event and how they may impact vehicle movement in the area. Basins covered by this analysis include the Catawba, Pee Dee, Cape Fear, Lumber, Neuse, Tar, Yakin, and Roanoke basins:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Trafficability Inundation Mapping Tool
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the following trafficability inundation mapping tool for reference by the public. These maps indicate the severity of water in regions affected by the recent Florence storm event and how they may impact vehicle movement in the area. Basins covered by this analysis include the Catawba, Pee Dee, Cape Fear, Lumber, Neuse, Tar, Yakin, and Roanoke basins:
“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.
Updated National Levee Database Now Available
“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.
This issue of The Corps Environment highlights Environmental Operating Principle #3, Create mutually supporting economic and environmentally sustainable solutions. It includes commentary from Maria Wegner, USACE Senior Policy Advisor, on important insights on EOP #3; how the Army is exploring 3-D printing for battlefield use; various ways to achieve environmental success; systematic approaches to effective sediment management; junior rangers learning to serve, protect the environment; and more.
The Corps Environment. July 2018 edition
This issue of The Corps Environment highlights Environmental Operating Principle #3, Create mutually supporting economic and environmentally sustainable solutions. It includes commentary from Maria Wegner, USACE Senior Policy Advisor, on important insights on EOP #3; how the Army is exploring 3-D printing for battlefield use; various ways to achieve environmental success; systematic approaches to effective sediment management; junior rangers learning to serve, protect the environment; and more.

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Myrtle Beach Storm Damage Reduction Project Assessment Media Opportunity

Who: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston DistrictWhat: The Charleston District is holding a
Published: 9/18/2018

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces an online Trafficability Inundation Mapping Tool

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today the publishing of the online Trafficability Inundation Mapping Tool that provides the public with information on what regions are affected by the flood waters from Hurricane Florence.
Published: 9/18/2018

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers monitoring Hurricane Florence impacts

WILMINGTON, NC—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Wilmington District is actively monitoring the impacts of Hurricane Florence. When disasters occur, USACE teams and other resources are mobilized from across the country to assist our local districts and offices to deliver our response missions.
Published: 9/12/2018

Army Corps of Engineers waives fees on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 22

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it will waive day use fees normally charged at boat launch ramps and swimming beaches at its recreation areas nationwide in recognition of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Published: 9/12/2018

Pittsburgh District power team deploys to East Coast in support of anticipated hurricane landfall

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District’s emergency power team deployed to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, today, in anticipation of Hurricane Florence’s landfall.
Published: 9/12/2018

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