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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Commander Col. James DeLapp briefs employees during the 2018 Leadership Development Program, Jan. 8. The annual in-house leadership development program provides the district with a great way to develop tomorrow’s leaders, while preparing employees to succeed at the next level.
District kicks off annual Leadership Development Program
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Commander Col. James DeLapp briefs employees during the 2018 Leadership Development Program, Jan. 8. The annual in-house leadership development program provides the district with a great way to develop tomorrow’s leaders, while preparing employees to succeed at the next level.
The Water Resources Branch from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Engineering Division held their annual holiday gift drive to collect gifts for children and young adults at Wilmer Hall Children's Home in Mobile, Alabama. The gift drive, spearheaded by Civil Engineer Jackie Wittman, is in its third year and asks employees to pick from a list of items that the children have asked for, such as clothing, toys, gift cards, and blankets.
District Engineers bring holiday cheer to local orphanage
The Water Resources Branch from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Engineering Division held their annual holiday gift drive to collect gifts for children and young adults at Wilmer Hall Children's Home in Mobile, Alabama. The gift drive, spearheaded by Civil Engineer Jackie Wittman, is in its third year and asks employees to pick from a list of items that the children have asked for, such as clothing, toys, gift cards, and blankets.
Mike Bauman, from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District, inspects a generator for a flood control pump near San Juan, Puerto Rico Dec. 27. Bauman has been working in Puerto Rico as a Quality Assurance technician for the Non-Federal Generator Operation and Maintenance mission since late October. He says the mission is challenging, but that it's "always rewarding to help and give back to these communities."
Non-Federal Generator Operation and Maintenance Mission helps power critical water infrastructure in Puerto Rico
Mike Bauman, from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District, inspects a generator for a flood control pump near San Juan, Puerto Rico Dec. 27. Bauman has been working in Puerto Rico as a Quality Assurance technician for the Non-Federal Generator Operation and Maintenance mission since late October. He says the mission is challenging, but that it's "always rewarding to help and give back to these communities."
Lake Sidney Lanier park rangers pose for a photo earlier this year on National Life Jacket Day to raise awareness of the importance of wearing a life preserver. Promoting life jacket awareness was just one of many community outreach activities that helped Lake Lanier take home first place in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division’s annual Water Safety and Education Awards.
Lake Lanier to receive award for promoting water safety
Lake Sidney Lanier park rangers pose for a photo earlier this year on National Life Jacket Day to raise awareness of the importance of wearing a life preserver. Promoting life jacket awareness was just one of many community outreach activities that helped Lake Lanier take home first place in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division’s annual Water Safety and Education Awards.
The Mobile District has begun the first phase of a 2.5-year, $349 million project that will restore Ship Island to its contiguous configuration. The island has been divided into two separate islands since Hurricane Camille cut a swatch, known as Camille Cut, into its original configuration in 1969.
Mobile District starts first phase of $349 million coastal island restoration project
The Mobile District has begun the first phase of a 2.5-year, $349 million project that will restore Ship Island to its contiguous configuration. The island has been divided into two separate islands since Hurricane Camille cut a swatch, known as Camille Cut, into its original configuration in 1969.
Lake Sidney Lanier Park Ranger Rachel Rush teaches fourth graders the importance of water safety and the beauty of our national parks during a visit to a local school earlier this year. Rush was recently recognized for her efforts to promote the Every Kid in a Park initiative by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division.
Lake Lanier Park Ranger recognized by South Atlantic Division
Lake Sidney Lanier Park Ranger Rachel Rush teaches fourth graders the importance of water safety and the beauty of our national parks during a visit to a local school earlier this year. Rush was recently recognized for her efforts to promote the Every Kid in a Park initiative by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division.

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Corps of Engineers to host public meetings to discuss Lake Lanier Recreation Capacity Study, Master Plan Update

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, is scheduled to host four open house meetings in February to update the public on the status of a Recreation Capacity Study and Master Plan Update for Lake Sidney Lanier in Georgia. Each open house will feature the same information, with subject matter experts from the Corps of Engineers on hand to brief the public on the purpose and goals of the study.
Published: 1/19/2018

West Point Lake going cashless for the 2018 season

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, announced today that the four Corps-managed campgrounds at West Point Lake in Georgia will begin “cashless” operations in 2018. Only credit and debit cards will be accepted as payment at R. Shaefer Heard, Whitetail Ridge, Holiday and Amity Campgrounds. Other forms of payment, including checks, will no longer be accepted.
Published: 1/8/2018

Water safety is a year-round concern

Public safety is the number-one priority of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Corps of Engineers urges anyone planning to be on or around water to practice boating and water safety throughout the year.
Published: 1/8/2018