One hundred and fifty years ago Lt. George M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, began exploring and surveying vast expanses of the American West. Part I in this anniversary series offers an overview of what was called The Wheeler Survey - NEW
The Corps of Engineers supports the National Museum of the U.S. Army in several ways - NEW
The field structure of the Corps of Engineers has never been set in stone. Read a brief review of
three of USACE’s Bygone Districts from the twentieth century - NEW
Seventy-five years ago the Second World War ended. Army Engineers contributed to the fight
that culminated in Victory in Europe Day, 8 May 1945, and Victory over Japan Day, 2 September 1945.