FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii – Members of the Mississippi River Commission pictured at the Pacific Ocean Division Headquarters commenced the 2022 Mekong-Mississippi Sister Rivers Exchange engagement starting with a prep session in Hawaii on July 6, with U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, U.S. Army Pacific, and the Asia Pacific Center of Security Studies. Delegation members include Brig. Gen. Kirk Gibbs (center-right), Pacific Ocean Division commanding general, located at Fort Shafter, Hawaii, and Mississippi River Commission members: Maj. Gen. Diana M. Holland (center-left), commanding general of Mississippi Valley Division located in Vicksburg, Mississippi and Mississippi River Commission president, Norma Jean Mattei (second to left), Ph.D., professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of New Orleans, Col. Geoff Van Epps (far-left), commander of the Northwestern Division, located in Portland, Oregon, Rear Adm. Benjamin Evans (second to right), director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Coast Survey, located in Silver Spring, Maryland, and Col. Andy Pannier (far right), deputy commander, Mississippi Valley Division, located in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
The Kyogamisaki Communications Site sits on the scenic cliffs of Japan’s western coast. Sandwiched between the ocean and the mountains, the site commands a strategic location facilitating the early warning of threats from nations in the region who would seek to do America and Japan harm.
Nathan Epps, acting deputy chief for the Engineering, Construction and Operations Division, stresses the importance of triangles while testing the load capacity of a student’s bridge design with a toy car on Feb. 22 at Clark Middle School in Anchorage. A team from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District spoke with an applied technology class at the school during National Engineers Week to encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. (U.S. Army photo by Rachel Napolitan)
Jaime Pinkham (center), principal deputy assistant secretary of the Army for civil works, met with the Nome Eskimo Community in Nome, Alaska, on Feb. 23. Hosted by Col. Damon Delarosa (fourth from right), commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District, Pinkham noted the importance working toward a shared vision within the community for the Port of Nome Modification Project. This endeavor will expand the harbor to improve navigation restrictions. (USACE Alaska District Photo)
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U.S. to enhance water partnerships during Mekong River engagements
7/7/2022 UPDATED
Members of the Mississippi River Commission commenced the 2022 Mekong-Mississippi Sister Rivers Exchange starting with a prep session in Hawaii on July 6...
Army Corps of Engineers warns most water-related accidents and fatalities occur in July
7/6/2022 UPDATED
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reminding the public that more water-related accidents and fatalities occur at its lakes and river projects in July than in any other month.“July...
Engineers in South Korea design U.S. Space Force headquarters ‘from scratch’
6/9/2022
Often in construction, existing design concepts are used to inspire new builds, but that’s not the case for the first U.S. Space Force (USSF) headquarters at Osan Air Base, South Korea...
Far East District breaks ground on new Communications Facility at Osan Air Base
5/31/2022
Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Far East District (FED) has begun construction on the new 51st Communications Squadron Headquarters facility with a...
Statement by Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works on the President’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget
3/28/2022 UPDATED
The Biden-Harris Administration today submitted to Congress the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023. The President’s Budget details his vision to expand on the historic progress our country...

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Members of the Mississippi River Commission commenced the 2022 Mekong-Mississippi Sister Rivers Exchange starting with a prep session in Hawaii on July 6.
Members of the Mississippi River Commission commenced the 2022 Mekong-Mississippi Sister Rivers Exchange starting with a prep session in Hawaii on July 6.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Far East District’s new client is the U.S. Space Force. The District has been tasked with creating a design for their new headquarters building at Osan Air Base, South Korea. (Courtesy photo)
Distinguished guests applaud Col. Elizabeth Eychner, 51st Mission Support Group commander, and Lt. Col. Michael Williams, 51st Communications Squadron commander, after their speech during the 51st Communications Squadron Headquarters Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony at Osan Air Base, May 25. (Courtesy photo)
Service members, Korean nationals and special guests gather for the 51st Communications Squadron Headquarters Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony at Osan Air Base, May 25. (Courtesy photo)
Distinguished guests shovel up the first mound of dirt at the construction site of the new 51st Communications Squadron Headquarters Facility at Osan Air Base, May 25. (Courtesy Photo)
Transformational Investments for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program
Lt. Col. Shamecca Scott, the installation director of Psychological Health, spoke on women and depression, and some treatment options to deal with life stress and trauma during the Virtual Women’s Health Discussion, March 9. (U.S. Army photo by Sameria Zavala)
A women’s health static display was placed on the first floor of the Far East District headquarters building to educate FED personnel and visitors during the month of March, in celebration of Women’s History Month. This year’s theme “Providing Healing and Promoting Hope,” pays tribute to the ceaseless work of caregivers and recognizes the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided both healing and hope throughout history. (U.S. Army photo by Sameria Zavala)
Far East District personnel participate in Free Breathing, Meditation Yoga Class, at FED headquarters, March 7. This year’s theme “Providing Healing and Promoting Hope,” pays tribute to the ceaseless work of caregivers and recognizes the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided both healing and hope throughout history. (U.S. Army photo by An Yo-han)

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