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Happy 225th Birthday Coast Guard! Did you know that five federal agencies merged to form the Coast Guard? Learn more about that and other facts about the ‪#‎CoastGuard‬ below.
Aug. 4, 2015 marks the 225th birthday of the United States Coast Guard. Those familiar with Coast Guard history know that the Service’s development has been shaped in part by the nation’s response to natural and man-made disasters. Nowhere is that lesson clearer than the history of the Service’s search and rescue, or SAR, mission. This video is an historical look at the United States Coast Guard over the past 225 years. U.S. Coast Guard video p...
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Recent floodwaters from the Vere River carved out chunks of earth large enough to create new rivers at sections throughout the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.

"It was like a fire hose blasted through the city," said Doug Wesemann, a structural engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or USACE, Europe District, who described the torrent of water that raged down the Vere River valley, June 13-14, and damaged the capital city.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Norfolk District is issuing a pre-solicitation notice for three tremendous ‪#‎smallbusiness‬ opportunities available in northern Virginia at Arlington National Cemetery! They are theTomb of Remembrance Ossuary, Funeral Procession Queuing Area and Boundary Wall maintenance and repair. 1.usa.gov/1MAmzoM 1.usa.gov/1MAmzoN 1.usa.gov/1MAmx03 Check out www.fbo.gov for more information.
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As part of environmental mitigation for the Savannah Harbor navigation project, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District uses sediment dredged from the river to create islands along Savannah's Back River.
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In a country affected by floods, droughts and earthquakes, the government's capacity to respond to and manage the consequences of a disaster is a matter of life and death.
After the 2010 floods, the worst in Montenegrin history, according to the government's website, preparing for future hazards became a priority of the ministers of Interior and Defense, as well as support agencies and emergency responders.
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Thirty Detroit District employees are members of the National Guard or Reserves and have had opportunities and perspectives that are fulfilling and unique to them.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently announced an Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville professional as the 2015 Interior Designer of the Year. Patricia Mooneyham, a chief in the Interior Design Section, will be presented the award in August at the Center.
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A great video about combat engineers. Hooah!
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The Fort Supply Lake Office of the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is making waves when it comes to the USACE "Go Green Initiative" -- solar waves.
The project installed 18 solar panels and an inverter to provide up to 5 kilowatt hours of electricity to power a toilet and shower facility at Supply Park Public Use Area, here, July 21.
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The Honolulu District was honored to host a site visit for U.S. Army Pacific Commander Gen. Vincent K. Brooks and his staff at the Corps' Bldg. T-112 Renovation Project on Fort Shafter's historic Palm Circle.
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The Army Reserve Ambassador (ARA) program is a critical Army Reserve outreach tool that allows influential private citizens to volunteer as community advocates for the Army Reserve's mission, capabilities and Soldiers as well as the goals and objectives of the Chief of Army Reserve.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomed 13 new divers to its ranks after they completed a grueling training program that included 10 days of in-water training.
New members of the ERDC’s Open Water Scientific Dive Team performed dives in both confined (pool) and open water at Alabama Dive. (Corps of Engineers p
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7 months ago
I really don't have any experience but I learn fast and pick-up swiftly...! my name is Devon Latham and I know land scalping 'in a horticulture class a little wood work in a wood shop...! But I would like to study Botany, and learn or relearn a little science that I know, and join the Army as a military mechanic. then open my Owen few businesses and help younger people in the world with Latham's Big Brothers..! And open jobs for them yearly;... in gardening and cutting grass along with trimming bushes and racking grass to keep it healthy and how you like it...! :) thank you talk to you latar
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Hello all: Dears i want to register my company in the US Corps of engineering of Afghanistan. but i could not do that. please help me in regard. thanks, Mohammad zubair
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The title of the organization is U.S. Army Corporation of Engineers. it is U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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