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Col. Heather Levy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Far East District commander, joins representatives from the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, 8th Army, U.S. Army Garrison – Daegu and the first family to live in a new housing tower in cutting the ribbon on the facility in a ceremony at Camp Walker, South Korea, on Feb. 29, 2024.

Army engineers finish fourth Army family housing...

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Feb. 29, 2024

For service members looking for a home away from home, a new family housing tower on Camp Walker will provide...
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Each year, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Division (TPWD) closes crab fishing with wire mesh crab traps for ten days to give volunteers the opportunity to round up lost and abandoned traps. The closure is traditionally in late February or early March. Unattended traps “ghost fish” and kill blue crabs and other species unnecessarily and can also create a navigation hazard for boaters. According to a press release from TPWD, since the “Crab Trap Roundup” began 22 years ago, volunteers have removed 42,500 derelict traps, saving an estimated 700,000 blue crabs, a valuable natural resource. Each year at the Wallisville Lake Project, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Galveston District (SWG) personnel join the Crab Trap Roundup, while they patrol.

Wallisville Lake Project staff clean up abandone...

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Feb. 29, 2024

Each year, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Division (TPWD) closes crab fishing with wire mesh crab traps for ten...
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Louisville District engineer champions STEM education and diversity to inspire future generations

Louisville District engineer champions STEM educ...

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Feb. 29, 2024

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District’s Army and Interagency and International Support (IIS)...
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Col. Jeremy Chapman, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District, engages in discussions with members of the Regulatory Division, the Alabama Historical Commission, and various stakeholders aboard a survey vessel near the submerged Clotilda site in Mobile, Alabama, May 4, 2022. Collaborating closely with the AHC and other partners, the Mobile District is committed to locating and safeguarding the Clotilda, the final documented slave ship to traverse United States waters, intentionally sunk near Africatown after dropping off 110 captives to conceal this illegal operation. (Courtesy photo)

Mobile District continues to preserve African Am...

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Feb. 29, 2024

During Black History Month, it's crucial to recognize efforts to preserve and honor the historical legacy of...
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