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U.S. Dept of Defense 11h
Building bridges! with ’s 125th Multi-Role Bridge Company prepare large rafts to allow emergency and supply vehicles to continue their relief missions as Highway 17 floods following .
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BG Diana Holland 14h
Thx S.C. National Guard for the valuable flight over flooded portions of the . The Charleston District & the entire team is proud to support South Carolina during this critical time.
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USACE HQ 13h
. Commander COL Robert Clark briefs a reporter from Spectrum News about USACE's role during the aftermath of Hurricane . 📷: Lisa Parker
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USACE HQ 15h
Shoreline damage at Surf City Beach & Topsail Beach, NC, where caused under-wash of homes & public dune walkovers. Dunes sustained damage but were effective in reducing risks and damages to residents & businesses. The storm washed sand inland covering area roadways.
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USACE HQ 15h
response is part of the USACE role in the unified national response of the federal government to disasters and emergencies. USACE deploys hundreds of people to provide technical engineering expertise & to promote capacity development at home and abroad.
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USACE HQ 15h
USACE assigned response includes support to storm damaged military installations. At the Military Ocean Terminal at Sunny Point, NC, Realty Specialist John Manning w Task Force MOTSU provides real estate support such as getting ROEs from private owners.
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USACE HQ 15h
USACE EOCs are integrated into state flood response. USACE provides flood response assistance when requested & is monitoring potential impacts to several existing & planned flood risk management projects.
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USACE HQ 16h
Aerial images of the Pawleys Island water treatment plant in South Carolina, where yesterday USACE worked in conjunction with the to install flood protection measures following . (via )
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USACE HQ 16h
USACE is coordinating w state authorities & for dam assessment requests following . Dam monitoring, assessments, and technical assistance is focused on monitoring non-federal dams.
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USACE HQ 16h
USACE has Deployable Tactical Operations Center Vehicles in the field to assist with communication capabilities in the assigned response & recovery mission.
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USACE HQ 17h
USACE is working in partnership w local, state, & federal response for w personnel providing support onsite & remotely, coordinating w local, state & partners. The #1 priority is the life, health & safety of all impacted.
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FEMA Region 4 23h
When cleaning up after , keep in mind some tips for dealing with debris: -Place debris by the curb but do not block the road. -Separate everything into categories, such as household garbage & construction debris. -Keep debris away from trees, poles, or other structures.
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USACE HQ 21h
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has opportunities for a wide variety of careers around the world. Today we share this video highlight of our . Interest in working in Tulsa, or in another USACE office? Check out our current vacancies here:
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USACE HQ Sep 25
South Atlantic Division Cmdr, Brig. Gen. Diana Holland, discusses the recovery mission ongoing at MOTSU, NC, and other USACE relief and recovery efforts throughout the Carolinas. . 🎥: Michael Glasch
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USACE HQ Sep 24
ON THE ROAD AGAIN: LTG Todd Semonite, USACE CG and 54th Chief of Engineers, discusses efforts underway on U.S. Route 501 near Conway, S.C., following
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S.C. National Guard Sep 24
Engineers & Transportation Corps Soldiers work round the clock to build flood water abatement barriers to protect the raw water pumping plant in as flooding is anticipated aftermath (📸by SMSgt Edward Snyder
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USACE HQ Sep 24
MG Michael Wehr, USACE DCG & Deputy Chief of Engineers, visits soldiers of the 161st Engineer Support Company, 27th EN BN, from Fort Bragg, NC, as they work recovery efforts at Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point on Sept. 23, 2018. 📷: MAJ C. Carrasco
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USACE HQ Sep 24
. released the Temporary Emergency Power personnel in NC who responded for & all generators have been de-installed & the mission closed out.
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USACE HQ Sep 24
In NC, USACE will be providing technical assistance for a temporary housing mission for recovery w and the state determining specifics of the mission.
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USACE HQ Sep 24
A Debris Subject Matter Expert and Debris Management Team for response are conducting surveys in NC & SC at locations determined by the state.
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