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The bright morning sun sheds light over Olmsted Locks and Dam on the Ohio River in Olmsted, Illinois. You can read about the ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new Olmsted Locks and Dam this past summer here: (USACE photo by Stephen Panter)
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USACE HQ 7h
Senior Executive Service Officer Eugene Ban, Pacific Ocean Division, retired on 15 Jan., his long career spanned over 41 years. Thank you for your service to this Nation!
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USACE HQ 9h
Celebrate Day as a day on and not off! Find out ways to serve in your local community on Monday, Jan. 21 here:
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NWS Jan 17
Significant winter impacts can be expected this weekend from the Midwest to the Northeast. Follow your local NWS Forecast Office on for watches and warnings.
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USACE HQ Jan 17
. has welcomed their first two Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army Soldiers. Pvt. Ahn, Hong-in and Pvt. Jeong, Taeyeong will work in the district’s operations shop and are excited to be part of the team at FED.
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USACE HQ Jan 17
Trees that Hurricane destroyed will be used to grow pecan trees, in SW Georgia. The USACE mission assignment is under the direction of the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency and FEMA as part of the FEMA debris mission. Photo by Dave Palmer
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USACE HQ Jan 17
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers () Forward Response Technical Team delivers expertise worldwide bringing specialized individual and collective engineering expertise to underwater missions. Learn more:
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USACE HQ Jan 17
Replying to @SilviaMiguens2
Silvia - If anyone is asking for money related to a Soldier, you may be the victim of a crime. Please make a report at .
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USACE HQ Jan 17
As he was plowing snow earlier this week Huntington District's Martin Dyer came across these visitors enjoying a chilly lake view at Tom Jenkins Dam. You can learn more about Tom Jenkins Dam here:
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USACE HQ Jan 17
Yesterday USACE debuted its "Engineering with Nature" atlas at the ! The projects presented & considered use an Engineering With Nature® lens as a means of revealing nature-based approaches and the range of benefits that can be achieved:
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USACE HQ Jan 17
. is revolutionizing the way it does business, through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 process, to better share information and lessons learned to move dirt more effectively. Learn more:
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USACE HQ Jan 16
This is a fascinating story about what can be found within DNA.
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USACE HQ Jan 16
USACE locked through the Manitoulin last night finishing up another successful navigation season at the Soo Locks. The Soo Locks will reopen for the new navigation season March 25, 2019.
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USACE HQ Jan 16
The Lunar New Year, known as Seollal in Korea, is fast approaching, taking place on Feb. 4 this year. 2019 is the year of the Pig. Our Far East District wants to wish all who celebrate a 'Happy Lunar New Year'!
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USACE HQ Jan 16
Recently a small project, as it was called by one of the program managers from the USACE Afghanistan District, was turned over to the Ministry of Interior (MOI) Police Town.
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USACE HQ Jan 15
Richard Overton, a 112-year-old World War II veteran who lived to be the oldest American man, was laid to rest last Saturday at a historic cemetery in his hometown of Austin following days of tributes.
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USACE HQ Jan 15
Your safety when participating in water-related activities is dependent on how YOU prepare. Always wearing a life jacket is the first step towards protecting yourself against unexpected circumstances.
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USACE HQ Jan 15
Great things happening with . Follow them to learn more!
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USACE HQ Jan 15
unveiled its $3 billion masterpiece a few months ago: the Olmsted Lock and Dam, which towers over the Ohio River, resembling a glistening monument. One of numerous L&D's it culminates a massive modernization of the inland waterway system:
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USACE HQ Jan 15
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers inducted Regional Business Director John Moreno into the Senior Executive Service at a Jan. 10 ceremony at the @CorpsLAdistrictheadquarters:
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