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The daughter of Chief Master Sgt. Arthur Arehart Sr., U.S. Air Force, pays respect to her late father at the Barrancas National Cemetery at the Naval Air Station-Pensacola, Fl., Feb. 14. The final resting place for Arehart is in a section of columbarium that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, constructed last year.
Barrancas Cemetery Project provides opportunity for District to honor veterans, families
The daughter of Chief Master Sgt. Arthur Arehart Sr., U.S. Air Force, pays respect to her late father at the Barrancas National Cemetery at the Naval Air Station-Pensacola, Fl., Feb. 14. The final resting place for Arehart is in a section of columbarium that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, constructed last year.
Courtney Perry, project manager U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), helps a child at the University of South Alabama Children’s and Women’s Hospital build a bridge Feb. 21 as part of the district’s National Engineers Week (NEW) community outreach. The USACE visited the hospital as a way to promote STEM and educate the public on the USACE mission.
USACE Mobile kicks off National Engineers Week with visit to local hospital
Courtney Perry, project manager U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), helps a child at the University of South Alabama Children’s and Women’s Hospital build a bridge Feb. 21 as part of the district’s National Engineers Week (NEW) community outreach. The USACE visited the hospital as a way to promote STEM and educate the public on the USACE mission.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), South Atlantic Division Commander Brig. Gen. C. David Turner, James E. Hathorn Jr., USACE Mobile Water Management Chief, and Pete Taylor, USACE Mobile Deputy for Programs and Project Management (left to right), pose for a photo shortly after Turner presented Hathorn with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award Jan. 30 in Mobile, Ala. The award is the second highest honor a U.S. civilian is eligible to receive.
USACE Water Manager awarded second highest civilian honor
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), South Atlantic Division Commander Brig. Gen. C. David Turner, James E. Hathorn Jr., USACE Mobile Water Management Chief, and Pete Taylor, USACE Mobile Deputy for Programs and Project Management (left to right), pose for a photo shortly after Turner presented Hathorn with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award Jan. 30 in Mobile, Ala. The award is the second highest honor a U.S. civilian is eligible to receive.
Justin McDonald (Right), lead engineer for USACE Mobile Civil Works, accepts the 2017 Mobile Area Council of Engineers (MACE) ‘Young Engineer of the Year’ award from District Commander Col. James DeLapp Jan. 26 at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center in Mobile, Ala. The award is handed out to an engineer who is under the age of 35 and who demonstrates leadership in their professional lives and in the community.
District engineer named Young Engineer of the Year
Justin McDonald (Right), lead engineer for USACE Mobile Civil Works, accepts the 2017 Mobile Area Council of Engineers (MACE) ‘Young Engineer of the Year’ award from District Commander Col. James DeLapp Jan. 26 at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center in Mobile, Ala. The award is handed out to an engineer who is under the age of 35 and who demonstrates leadership in their professional lives and in the community.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Landon Raby addresses attendees during a public scoping meeting for the proposed Pascagoula River Drought Resiliency Project Jan. 24 at the George County Senior Citizens Building in Lucedale, Miss. During the meeting, the USACE collected public comments on the project that will be used in the development of an Environmental Impact Statement. More than 200 members of the public attended to voice their opinions on the project.
USACE hosts public scoping on proposed project
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Landon Raby addresses attendees during a public scoping meeting for the proposed Pascagoula River Drought Resiliency Project Jan. 24 at the George County Senior Citizens Building in Lucedale, Miss. During the meeting, the USACE collected public comments on the project that will be used in the development of an Environmental Impact Statement. More than 200 members of the public attended to voice their opinions on the project.
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Timber harvest operations underway at West Point Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), announced today that timber harvesting operations of selected timber stands around West Point Lake are scheduled to begin during the week of Jan. 30, 2017.
Published: 1/25/2017

Prescribed Burning of Timberlands Underway at West Point Lake

MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), announced today that prescribed burning of selected timber stands around West Point Lake is underway.
Published: 1/25/2017

USACE approves request to temporarily reduce Lake Lanier water releases

MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE) has approved a request from the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (GEPD) for a temporary reduction in the minimum flow requirement from 750 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 650 cfs as measured at the confluence of the Chattahoochee River and Peachtree Creek near Atlanta, Ga.
Published: 1/24/2017

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USACE, Mobile District to visit children's hospital (Feb. 15, 2017)

MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District, is scheduled to visit the
Published: 2/15/2017

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