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  • Deputy commander stresses value of onsite visits to better support employees

    Los Angeles District deputy commander Lt. Col. Stephen Brooks met Jan. 9 with the district’s project-delivery team managing dredging operations at Marina del Rey Harbor and partners from LA County to see the work in action.
  • Fox named Nashville District Employee of the Month for October 2023

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 10, 2024) -- Lionel Fox, electrical engineer assigned to the Electrical Section, is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employee of the month of October 2023.
  • Fox named Nashville District Employee of the Month for October 2023

    Lionel Fox, electrical engineer assigned to the Electrical Section, is the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Safety first: Northwestern Division’s occupational health nurse hopes to prioritize health and safety across the division

    Active construction sites can be dangerous places. Full of heavy mechanical equipment and other hazards, the risk posed to the workers at these sites is often high. But there are other, less obvious workplace dangers that even those who spend their days behind a desk can face, like stress, high blood pressure and lack of support or fulfillment. Those charged with preventing and mitigating these workplace dangers play an important role in the success of an organization but are often in the background, working behind the scenes. Occupational health professionals and other safety specialists are the frontline for workplace safety. Yet their services can remain elusive to the very employees they serve.
  • Operator follows father’s footsteps on board the CATLETT

    Born in Cecil County, Maryland, Jacob Tuer was destined for a life on the water. His neighborhood had a slip for his family boat to rest in, and he spent countless hours on jon boats cruising the Elk River with his father.
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District demonstrates excellence in FY24, celebrates record-breaking 2023 achievements

    Restoration to the Chesapeake’s ecosystem, environmental justice, flood risk management, dredging and navigation improvement, and water supply to Washington, D.C. and Virginia residents continue at the top of the list as USACE, Baltimore District priorities in fiscal year 2024.
  • USACE NAD commander promoted to brigadier general

    Col. John P. Lloyd, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, North Atlantic Division commander and division engineer, was promoted to brigadier general during a promotion ceremony at Fort Hamilton, New York, Dec. 20.
  • Celebrating 30 Years of Friends of Dale Hollow Lake

    Thirty years ago, Dale Hollow Lake was celebrating 50th anniversary, along with the founding of Friends of Dale Hollow Lake. In the past 30 years, the Friends of Dale Hollow Lake has provided countless hours of service to raise funds, assist in clean-ups and events, and participate in enhancement projects in partnership with the Corps of Engineers.
  • Supervisors gain skills to succeed

    From left to right: Michael Christianson – Lockmaster, Cheatham Lock Justin Gray - Lockmaster, Pickwick Lock Jody Robinson – Chief Quality Assurance, IPO Faron Bean – Chief, Electrical Design Section Paul Weaver – Lockmaster, Nickajack Lock Adam Walker – Chief, Design Branch Karli Pabian – Supervisory Engineer (Civil) Zach Langel – Chief, Civil Site and Survey Section Tennese Henderson – Supervisory Electrical Engineer Trey Church – Chief, Operations Section Cody Flatt - Chief, Programs John Brewington – Lockmaster, Old Hickory Lock William Worrall – Chief, Technical Services Branch
  • Corps Distinguished Civilian Employees named at ceremony

    Two notable retirees received the Distinguished Civilian Employee Recognition Award today, highlighting impactful careers and exceptional achievements with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District.