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Maj. Brooke Henderson, U.S. Army Reserves, christens Survey Vessel Damrell as Bubba Poiroux, Supervisory Civil Engineer U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District, looks during the ceremony Nov. 8, 2018, at the Cooper Riverside Park Amphitheater in Mobile, Ala. The Damrell is named after Col. Andrew N. Damrell — the first and longest serving commander in Mobile District.  Henderson is his great-great granddaughter.
Maj. Brooke Henderson, U.S. Army Reserves, christens Survey Vessel Damrell as Bubba Poiroux, Supervisory Civil Engineer U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District, looks during the ceremony Nov. 8, 2018, at the Cooper Riverside Park Amphitheater in Mobile, Ala. The Damrell is named after Col. Andrew N. Damrell — the first and longest serving commander in Mobile District. Henderson is his great-great granddaughter.
11/8/2018 4:01:00 PM
Col. Sebastien P. Joly, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District commander, and Wynne Fuller, chief of Operations Division for Mobile District, visited the USACE Resident Office at Tyndall Air Force Base, on Oct. 17, 2018 in Panama City, Fla.
MOBILE DISTRICT COMMANDER VISITS TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE
10/18/2018 5:01:00 PM
Col. Sebastien P. Joly, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District commander, Wynne Fuller, Chief Operations Division Mobile District and Jonathan Carr, USACE Tyndall AFB resident engineer, assess the damage to the USACE Resident Office on Oct. 17, 2018 at Tyndall AFB, Fla. Hurricane Michael’s direct hit on Oct. 10, 2018 severely damaged Tyndall AFB Resident Office
Col. Sebastien P. Joly, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District commander, Wynne Fuller, Chief Operations Division
10/18/2018 4:52:00 PM
“It was like 100 pressure washers going on all at once.” Those were the words of Kelly Bunting, a park ranger with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District at the Lake Seminole Project Office, who along with her husband Nate, a biologist with the Florida Wildlife Commission, their nine-year-old daughter Norah, and their Boston Terrier Roxie, survived the harrowing ordeal known as “Hurricane Michael.”
KELLY BUNTING: A TALE OF SURVIVAL, COURAGE
10/18/2018 4:42:00 PM
Kelly Bunting, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District Park Ranger at the Lake Seminole Project, her husband Nate, and her daughter Norah, pose in front of their bulldozer in back of their house on Oct. 16, 2018 in Sneads, Fla. The Buntings survived Hurricane Michael by riding out the Category 4 storm in their bulldozer.
Kelly Bunting, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District Park Ranger at the Lake Seminole Project
10/18/2018 4:36:00 PM
Kelly Bunting, U.S. Army Corps Engineers Park Ranger at the Lake Seminole Project, describes how her family survived Hurricane Michael to Col. Sebastien P. Joly during his visit to the family home on Oct. 16, 2018, in Sneads, Fla. The Buntings survived the Category 4 storm by riding out inside of a bulldozer.
Kelly Bunting, U.S. Army Corps Engineers Park Ranger at the Lake Seminole Project, describes how her family survived Hurricane Michael
10/18/2018 4:36:00 PM
Col. Sebastien P. Joly, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District commander and Wynne Fuller, chief of Operations Division, visited Lake Seminole Project Office and Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam, located in southwest Georgia along the border of Florida on Oct. 16, 2018
MOBILE DISTRICT COMMANDER VISITS LAKE SEMINOLE, JIM WOODRUFF LOCK & DAM
10/17/2018 3:47:00 PM
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District contractor cleans up fallen trees and other debris from Hurricane Michael at the Lake Seminole Project Oct. 16, 2018. USACE Mobile District Commander Col. Sebastien P. Joly visited the Lake Seminole Project Office and Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam to meet employees, hand out supplies and observe the recovery effort.
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District contractor cleans up fallen trees
10/17/2018 3:34:00 PM
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