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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employees who are deployed to Puerto Rico as part of the Corps’ Temporary Roofing team which oversees the installation of blue plastic sheeting on to damaged roofs until arrangements for permanent repairs are made.
Corps’ Temporary Roofing team
12/11/2017 5:22:00 PM
The first home in Barrio Berinquen, Caguas, Puerto Rico to receive a Blue Roof.
Operation Blue Roof
12/11/2017 5:15:00 PM
Robert McAllister, contracting officer from Mobile District, speaks with Pedro Acevedo of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company during the engagement.
USACE's Puerto Rico Contracting Team
10/20/2017 11:28:00 AM
During the first shipping campaign at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, approximately 1,900 cubic yards of depleted uranium contaminated soil were loaded onto railcars and shipped out of the installation.
Soil sorting technology saves taxpayer money
7/19/2017 10:44:00 AM
St. Louis District Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Ramon Mejia and Todd Shoemate, Mark Twain Lake FOREST Council vice president, cut a ribbon during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, May 31, 2017, for Mark Twain Lake's new archery range. The archery range has an ADA-compliant event target range and a 15-station archery trail. Completion of this range and trail was accomplished with a Handshake Partnership Program Grant, as well as donations of time, materials, and labor.
Frank Russell Archery Range ribbon cutting ceremony
7/18/2017 11:11:00 AM
Maj. Gen. Wehr, Mississippi Valley Commander passes the command flag to Col. Bryan Sizemore, St. Louis District's 52nd commander during a change of command ceremony, June 30, 2017.
2017 MVS Change of Command
7/18/2017 11:04:00 AM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Archaeologists Amy Williams displays one of the Acheulean hand axes found in the Nigerien desert that can be dated to more than 1 million years ago. Three hand axes were discovered during a cultural survey of an international air base under construction.
Acheulean hand axes
6/5/2017 11:05:00 AM
Acheulean tools, dating as far back as 1.76 million years ago in Africa and portions of the Asian continent recently discovered by USACE and USAFCEC archeologists. The two axes at the top of the photo are in their original location.
Acheulean tools
6/5/2017 11:05:00 AM
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