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"The Army Corps of Engineers has a long relationship with the Smithsonian," said Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, Chief of Engineers and USACE Commanding General. "Together, we are making another contribution to the landscape of D.C., bringing the Nation's T. rex to the Nation's capital where it can educate and inspire future generations."
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After an 8-minute fight and a rod broken in two places, this angler grabbed his line just in time to nab a 44" Muskie off of the Michael J. Kirwan Dam & Reservoir dam Friday evening! And, he released it! USACE is the largest provider of outdoor water recreation in the U.S. We have 370 million visits to our sites every year. Are you one of them?
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Bob Ojala (left), Chicago District navigation structures manager, speaks to JROTC students from Pheonix and Carver military academies at the Chicago Harbor lock about how the lock works. After, Engineers Laura Vanden Berg and Jeff MacDonald (right) spoke to the students about the Corps, engineering careers, and the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
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Installing Geospatial Hydrologic Modeling Extension HEC-GeoHMS for ArcGIS today in my Hydrology course.
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"This is a wonderful day for the Nation. Together with the Smithsonian, the Army Corps is making another contribution to the landscape of Washington D.C., bringing the Nation's T. rex to the Nation's capital where it can educate and inspire future generations of scientists and engineers." - Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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LTG Bostick, USACE Commanding General, shares his thoughts on the anniversary of the Boston Bombing
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Take a look at some of the great photos from yesterday's event!
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Huntington District's Dean Hammonds recently received the Department of Energy Secretarial Honor Award from DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz, and Deputy Secretary Dan Poneman, for his efforts at the Savannah River Site, Salt Waste Processing Facility. Dean was part of the team that successfully renegotiated the completion of construction of the facility resulting in a savings of $235M and schedule acceleration of 2-1/2 years. Techniques applied during the negotiation will serve as a model for future DOE contracts. Pictured with Mr. Hammonds (r) is Mr. Richard Hancock, Chief Programs Integration Division, USACE Headquarters.
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They get a passport before a driver’s license. They fly before they learn to walk. This is the Month of the Military Child: - See more at: http://ow.ly/vQPCU
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Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, our commander and U.S. Army chief of engineers, shares a moment yesterday with a young dinosaur enthusiast at the unveiling of the Nation's T. rex at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. View a replay of yesterday's webcast here: http://bit.ly/1nq2Toc (Photo by John Hoffman)
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USACE's Japan District continues to build stability and security in Japan by delivering projects that support the U.S. Marine Corps at Iwakuni. Col. John Reed (left), Assistant Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Installation Command and Japan Engineer District Commander COL John Hurley (right) discuss the importance of the new facility. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at MCAS Iwakuni on March 27 to commemorate the opening of the new MAG/MALS-12 compound.
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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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