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Participants explore the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Capt. Edward Major, U.S. Army, Deputy Resident Engineer, New York District teaches students how to play "Flood Fighter"
3/6/2018 12:37:00 PM
SM-1, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. The SM-1 (Stationary, Medium Power, Prototype) nuclear reactor was the first built by the Army Nuclear Power Program. The SM-1 went critical in April 1957 and was the first reactor to supply power to the commercial power grid. The SM-1 was shut down and deactivated in 1973.
SM-1, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia
2/7/2018 9:00:00 AM
MH-1A, STURGIS Nuclear Barge. The MH-1A (Mobile, High Power, Field Implementation) nuclear reactor was incorporated into a new center section for a former WWII Liberty Ship. The MH-1A was the highest power reactor built in the Army Nuclear Power Program. After testing at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia the MH-1A provided power for the Panama Canal Zone while moored in Gatun Lake, Panama from 1968 to 1976.
MH-1A, STURGIS Nuclear Barge
2/7/2018 8:54:00 AM
SM-1A, Ft. Greely, Alaska. The SM-1A was the field implementation of the SM-1 reactor design and it supplied electricity and steam heat to Ft. Greely from March 1962 to March 1972.
SM-1A, Ft. Greely, Alaska
2/7/2018 8:51:00 AM
This Issue:
Master Planning,Housing, and Barracks

* Leader Commentaries 3

* Master Planning 5

*Housing and Barracks 30

*News and Technology 33

*Professional Development 41
Public Works Digest, Volume XXX, No. 1, January-February-March 2018
1/4/2018 11:23:00 AM
Hundreds of massive coils of heavy high tension wire arrive at the lay-down yard in Ponce, Puerto Rico, part of the tons of critical electrical components flowing in daily from throughout the nation to rebuild the island’s electrical distribution system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Task Force Power Restoration team is amassing an inventory of critical power grid materials, awaiting restoration site distribution requests from the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.
Corps on track to deliver Puerto Rican citizens life-sustaining power
12/28/2017 8:41:00 PM
Tons of critical power grid materials arrive daily for housing at the Ponce warehouse, part of the critical electrical components needed to rebuild the island’s power grid. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Task Force Power Restoration team maintains 100 percent accountability of every item, from the smallest electrical component to the 5,500-pound concrete utility pole, until it arrives at the delivery site, is stored and ultimately issued to the workforce.
Corps on track to deliver Puerto Rican citizens life-sustaining power
12/28/2017 8:41:00 PM
Army Corps of Engineers Task Force Power Restoration continues their mission to restore power to residents of Puerto Rico throughout the holidays. Corps Quality Assurance Specialist Amy Tillery is responsible for maintaining safety throughout the work site and contract management. Tillery, a 21-year U.S. Army veteran, and a park ranger in St. Louis District, deployed to Puerto Rico three months ago. She also worked the Corps’ Blue Roof mission in Punta Santiago and Aibonito. “This has been the most rewarding experience of my life,” said Tillery. “Puerto Rico and its citizens have suffered unimaginable devastation and hardship and I’m so grateful to play a role in restoring the lives of my fellow Americans.”
Work continues through the holidays to restore power to Cidra
12/28/2017 8:16:00 PM
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