US Army Corps of Engineers
South Pacific Division

  • January

    Division commander holds town hall meeting

    LOS ANGELES — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Division Commander Col. Mike Wehr visited the Los Angeles District and conducted a town hall meeting with more than 300 Corps employees at the Sheraton Downtown Jan. 12.
  • District Achieves another First for Tribal Program

    In the first meeting of its kind, Robert Isenberg and Maj. Seth Wacker, members of the South Pacific Division’s 59th Forward Engineering Support Team - Advanced (FEST) joined District Tribal Liaison Ron Kneebone in a visit with representatives of two New Mexico Pueblos Dec. 14 and 15. They met with the Pueblo of Santa Clara and the Pueblo de Cochiti to provide the Native American tribes with critically needed engineering support to address local infrastructure issues and to provide FEST members with real-world training.
  • Citizen scientists key to success for Bald Eagle survey

    SAN FRANCISCO (Jan. 3, 2012) -- A key annual event in the recovery of Bald Eagle populations takes place January 4-18, when hundreds of citizen scientists take to the field for the 34th annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey. "The survey is a true public-private partnership with hundreds of volunteer citizen scientists taking part, in addition to federal, state, and NGO (Non-Government Organization) biologists. Forty-three states continue to actively participate, with over 740 standardized survey routes across the country," said Wade Eakle, the 2012 national survey coordinator and an ecologist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or USACE.
  • November

    Collaborative Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary

    On Oct. 21-22, the Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program (MRGESCP) celebrated its 10th anniversary by hosting a two-day event for the public at the Rio Grande Nature Center in Albuquerque, N.M.
  • September

    Building an effective division takes building effective leaders

    SAN FRANCISCO-- Purpose, direction and motivation- most crave it, but how do most get it? Some glean it from the “School of Hard Knocks,” others from a life-changing event. Some garner it from a deep personal reserve and others from divine inspiration. For members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, purpose, direction and motivation was honed through participation in the South Pacific Division’s Regional Leadership Development Program, also known as RLDP III.