News: Around our Diverse Asia-Pacific Region

Archive: 2015
  • Corps park rangers share passion for outdoors, flood mitigation

    Much like the Chena River snaking through the heart of downtown Fairbanks, a passion for the outdoors flows through the veins of the park rangers at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District’s Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project. The two are contributing members of a team overseeing 20,000 acres of multipurpose public land.
  • Local intern quickly becomes integral part of the team at southern resident office

    Gu Gui-young, a senior at Yeungnam University majoring in materials science and engineering and an intern at the Far East District’s (FED) southern resident office since March, is taking advantage of her time at FED by learning new skills and the American way of life.
  • Humanitarian assistance projects provide disaster reief in Nepal

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) recently completed two humanitarian assistance construction projects that are now providing critical support services to the population of Kathmandu, Nepal, in the wake of the deadly earthquakes that struck in April and May.
  • A growing partnership blossoming in "The Land of the Blue Sky"

    Instructors from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) worked side-by-side with leaders from the Mongolian Ministry of Environment, Green Development, & Tourism (MEGDT) and the Mongolian University of Science & Technology (MUST) April 20-24 as part of a continuing effort to aide Mongolia as they develop their national water resource management strategies.
  • Corps employee brings decades of experiene from South Korea to Alaska

    From Los Angeles to Anchorage with international stops in between, this new district employee brings seasoned engineering expertise from around the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and private industry.
  • Engineering is elementary

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Far East District and Department of Defense Dependents (DoDDS) Schools Korea partnered together for the third year in a row to support activities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field this April.