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Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite, the 54th Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and Command Sergeant Major Bradley Houston, the 13th Command Sgt. Maj. of USACE, stand on stage with awardees at the National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C., Aug. 2, 2017. The National Awards Ceremony is an annual event that recognizes employees for their achievements. (U.S. Army Photo by Leanne Bledsoe
Joel Spano, 2017 Hard Hat of the Year Award
8/14/2017 7:20:00 PM
See news release 17-006.
Melvin McLaurin
6/21/2017 7:14:00 PM
Managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District’s Asia Office, final construction operations are wrapping up the three-year Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter and School Program with the financial assistance from U.S. Agency for International Development. Shown here, students show their school spirit at one of the newly constructed facilities.
Bangladesh Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter
4/21/2017 7:27:00 PM
Managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District’s Asia Office, final construction operations are wrapping up the three-year Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter and School Program with the financial assistance from U.S. Agency for International Development. Shown here, students show their school spirit at one of the newly constructed facilities.
Bangladesh Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter
4/21/2017 7:24:00 PM
Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Jason Buursma assumed duties as Deputy Commander of the Alaska District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in March 2017. He manages the Alaska District’s resources, manpower and programs, annually executing military construction, civil works and environmental programs throughout Alaska. He also directs operations during emergency contingencies.
LTC Jason Buursma
4/7/2017 1:41:00 PM
Building 2205 is state-of-the-art, three-stories and will accommodate 168 enlisted personnel. The facility was planned to support Red-Flag Alaska – a series of field training exercises in a simulated combat environment for a large amount of permanent and temporary personnel. However, an anticipated influx of about 1,200 airmen following the arrival of 54 F-35A Joint Strike Fighter jets in 2020 made the additional living quarters a critical need.
New Eielson AFB dormitory
2/6/2017 2:49:00 PM
A native of Mountain Pine, Arkansas, Erik Babb, procurement technician in the Contracting Division, received Matai (mah-TIE’), a Portuguese water dog, at no cost from 832 K9’s Deputy Dogs, a Florida-based nonprofit group. The organization specializes in providing law enforcement agencies across the nation and Europe with trained bloodhounds to assist in searching for missing persons and during other life-saving events.
Erik Babb & Matai
12/9/2016 7:24:00 PM
Jo-Ellen Darcy, assistant secretary of the Army for civil works, back row, center, black coat; Col. Michael Brooks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District commander, back row, left; and Col. Peter Andrysiak, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Pacific Ocean Division commander, back row, center left, pose for a photo with fourth-graders from Nome Elementary School Sept. 14 on the school's playground in Nome, Alaska. Following the photo, Darcy handed out Every Kid in a Park passes to all of the fourth-grade students at the school. In its second year, Every Kid in a Park is a presidential initiative that provides free passes to fourth-graders and their families to all national parks in the U.S. The purpose of the program is to bridge the growing disconnect between the next generation and the great outdoors, and to inspire children to become future stewards of the nation's natural and historic treasures. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of several participating agencies in the program. Darcy was in Alaska to visit U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ project sites in Barrow, Nome and Unalakleet. The tour also included a flyover of Shishmaref and Kivalina.
Every Kid in the Park Nome Elementary School
9/21/2016 3:05:00 PM
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