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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District has approved a proposal to temporarily extend the amount of time the Salt River Project can hold water in a portion of the Flood Control Space at Roosevelt Dam in Arizona from 20 to 120 days....
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On the medal’s front is “A Memorial and Reward for Courage and Boldness” in Latin. In the center appears the image of a helmeted soldier standing amidst the ruins of a fort, holding in his right hand an unsheathed sword, and in his left the staff of...

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Author: Elizabeth Lockyear
  • June

    USACE leadership joins DTRA to celebrate official opening of new building at Kirtland

    USACE-South Pacific Division and Albuquerque District leadership joined DTRA, KAFB, and Hensel Phelps Construction officials in officially opening the new DTRA Albuquerque multi-use building, June 12, 2024.
  • April

    Nine USACE-Albuquerque District employees receive Steel, Bronze de Fleury Medals

    One of the highest honors awarded in the U.S. Army Engineer Regiment is the de Fleury Medal. The medal honors and recognizes those individuals who have provided significant contributions to Army Engineering. The medal also emphasizes the history, customs, and traditions of the Corps of Engineers community. Recently nine district employees were recognized with a de Fleury Medal.
  • March

    Albuquerque District hosts Business Opportunities Open House

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Albuquerque District hosted a Business Opportunities Open House (BOOH) at the Albuquerque Convention Center, March 21, 2024.
  • January

    Record turnout, eagle sightings during annual eagle surveys at two USACE lakes

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff at Abiquiu Lake, N.M., and John Martin Reservoir, Colo., recently held mid-winter bald eagle surveys where volunteers and USACE staff counted eagles to help get information on eagle trends, distribution, and habitat at each lake. A record turnout of approximately 100 volunteers spotted eight eagles during the annual event at Abiquiu Lake. 78 eagles were sighted at the event at John Martin Reservoir.
  • December

    Kula wildfire survivor shares debris removal experience

    KULA, Maui, Hawaiʻi, -- After losing everything in the Aug. 8, 2023, Hawaiʻi Wildfire, Thomas Liu decided to rebuild in Maui’s upcountry where he retired in the 2000s. “I want to share my story, so people in the future won't be afraid to look for help from FEMA and the Corps of Engineers,” said Liu.

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