Archive: 2016
  • October

    Corps of Engineers coastal recovery operations underway following Hurricane Matthew

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District employees are supporting coastal assessment and recovery work throughout Florida in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
  • Savannah District teams up to keep commerce flowing

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – While many Savannah residents clogged roads returning home following Hurricane Matthew last week, a small group worked to ensure a major artery into the city — the Savannah River – remained clear.
  • Learning to Lead in SAD’s Regional Leadership Development Program

    Two of the South Atlantic Division’s brightest talent earned distinct honors during a Regional Leadership Development Program graduation ceremony held Oct. 4 at division offices in Atlanta.
  • September

    SAD hosts forum for past, present USACE leaders

    The South Atlantic Division hosted an annual Leaders Emeritus meeting Sept. 13 with current and retired U.S. Army Corps of Engineers leaders.
  • SAD member part of coalition to rebuild after Louisiana floods

    Chris Klein (L), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division temporary housing program manager and Jon Wilson (R), a haul and install action officer from U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville , give an in-brief to newly arrived Quality Assurance Representatives. QARs are deploying from throughout the Army Corps of Engineers in support of the Baton Rouge severe storms and flooding. The QARs are responsible for Manufactured Home Unit site inspection reports and inspecting the MHUs before they are occupied.
  • New BEE-ginnings at St. Stephen

    BUZZZZZ. BUZZZZ. A new sound is greeting visitors to the St. Stephen Powerhouse and Fish Lift; bees
  • August

    Undersecretary of the Army visits Savannah District

    SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Undersecretary of the Army Patrick Murphy met with Savannah District leaders to tour significant projects Aug. 11, 2016. Murphy took an aerial tour of the Savannah Harbor as part of his visit to Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield in Georgia. The Savannah District is responsible for maintaining the Savannah harbor and is in the process of deepening it an additional 5 feet to better accommodate larger, post-Panamax container ships, as part of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP).
  • Temporary emergency power team readies for hurricane season

    ATLANTA, Ga. – With fair skies all over the Southeast, inside an emergency operations center (EOC) Hurricane “Noree” pummels coastal and inland Georgia. She displaces more than 30,000 individuals and leaves the state’s most-populated, economic hub crippled in the dark.
  • Ship Simulation Completed for Post 45 Project

    Approximately 730 miles away from Charleston Harbor is another Charleston Harbor. Well, it’s a replica, but an exact replica, complete with Fort Sumter, Arthur Ravenel Bridge, container ships and harbor pilots. So what is a replica of Charleston Harbor doing in Vicksburg, MS?
  • Corps remains viligant in managing Lake Okeechobee

    JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Water—in south Florida, we either have too much or too little. For most of 2016, heavy rains fueled by El Nino mean we’ve had too much.
  • Mobile District's first Certified Emergency Manager®

    Mobile District’s first and only Certified Emergency Manager® (CEM®) Ashley Leflore reported to the
  • April

    Charleston District Values Female Survey Techs

    What type of person would you picture if asked to envision someone who works ona boat for a