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TOUL PREAH KHLAING, Cambodia - Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Milhorn, commander of the Pacific Ocean Division (POD), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is pictured with a young citizen of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The POD Commander and Col. Christopher Lestochi, Alaska District commander, participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 7 of a new health center in Toul Preah Khlaing, Cambodia. The district managed the renovation of an existing health post as well as the new construction of an additional six rooms, latrines, water tower, solar power and well upgrades in support of the U.S. Pacific Command's Humanitarian Assistance Program. The improvements will transition the post into a full health clinic that will allow for the necessary support to an expanding population in the area. Currently, more than 6,000 people will benefit from the facility. Funded by the U.S. Pacific Command, the total project cost was about $330,000. The project was supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Health and compliments ongoing USAID - US Agency for International Development projects in the area.
New Health Center in Cambodia
2/10/2015 11:06:00 PM
Col. Christopher Lestochi, district commander, provides remarks Feb.2 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Armed Forces of Mongolia’s Five Hills Military Training Center. The ceremony officially turned over renovated barracks, a dining facility, and shower and laundry facility. The Alaska District managed the construction of these projects. Furthermore, remaining development will be complete by November 2015 and will include a new multipurpose training facility, vehicle garage, field latrine, renovated field dining facility, and several electricity and water infrastructure improvements. The U.S. Department of State’s Global Peace Operations Initiative is funding the construction projects at the center. Piper Anne Wind Campbell, U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia, and Lt. Gen. Tserendejidiin Byambajav, Chief of the General Staff, along with several other honorable guests participated in the ceremony.
Five Hills Military Training Center ribbon-cutting ceremony
2/10/2015 3:26:00 PM
Drew Benziger and Lt. Col Evan Ting, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pacific Ocean Division, lead the Table Top Exchange during  the 2015 Disaster Management Exchange in Haikou on Hainan Island in China on Friday, Jan. 16.  (Photo by Angela E. Kershner, U.S. Army Paciifc Public Affairs.
U.S.-China Disaster Management Exchange 2015
2/9/2015 10:46:00 PM
The Fleet and Family Town Center at Commander, Fleet Activities,
Chinhae aims to improve services for visiting Sailors from the fleet and
permanently assigned servicemembers and their families.
Fleet and family town center
2/1/2015 6:43:00 PM
Bob Lamoreaux (left) and Jerry Giefer pose for a picture inside the operations office on the Far East District compound Jan. 23. Lamoreaux provided life saving cardio-pulmonary resuscitation after Giefer suffered a heart attack Dec. 30.
Training proves critical as district employee saves co-workers life
1/29/2015 7:57:00 PM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Central resident office project engineer James Lee provides students of Osan American Elementary School a brief video presentation and overview of the construction site of their future school.
Students learn building blocks of engineering at future school
1/29/2015 6:43:00 PM
Osan American Elementary student Bianca Torelli and her classmates visit the future site of their new school Jan. 20 as part of a tour given by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Far East District central resident office.
Students learn building blocks of engineering at future school
1/29/2015 6:42:00 PM
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - Honolulu District officials and the 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment “Wolfhounds” gathered in the center of historic Quad D at Schofield Barracks Jan. 23 for a ribbon cutting ceremony which officially reopened two barracks renovated by the Corps. 
The $4.73 million Corps of Engineers project involved renovating the buildings to meet current Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing 1+1 living standards. Quad D opened in 1921 and is part of the Schofield Barracks Historic District. The Corps’ renovation work required meeting historic preservation standards.
Army Corps, 2nd Battalion 27th Infantry Regiment “Wolfhounds” Reopen Renovated Quad D Barracks
1/29/2015 3:42:00 PM
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