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Corps' new guidebook aims to streamline wetland assessments on North Slope
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District published the Operational Draft Regional Guidebook for the Rapid Assessment of Wetlands in the North Slope Region of Alaska. It now is available for use by all permit applicants proposing projects within the Arctic Foothills and Arctic Coastal Plain region.
Army Corps, Community Clean-up Fort DeRussy Beach and Park for National Public Lands Day
More than 80 volunteers scoured Fort DeRussy park and beach berm Sept. 9, picking up trash and clearing debris as part of this year's National Public Lands Day celebrations.
A father proud of son's triumph
Sin, Ki-sok, a program analyst at the Far East District Korea Program Relocation Office, was excited to share the news with his colleagues that his son out swam his competitors, taking home the gold medal again.
End of an era as FED snack bar cook prepares to close up shop
ince beginning her career 36 years ago with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), Yi, Myung-suk, has grown fond of the people she’s served and the lifetime of fond memories garnered.
Acceptance Release Letter signed as Humphreys Post Exchange prepares to open
The Camp Humphreys community is being presented with an early Christmas gift, as they’ll be able to shop at the newly built Post Exchange (PX) starting in late November.
Home is where the heart is: From Helena to Seoul, Montanans never forget their roots
More than 9,000 miles away from a city with a population of 31,000 people, two United States Army Colonels from the same hometown, working in the same technical field and similar positions, cross paths yet again.