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Poster promoting hashtags for summer rec season.
Share Your Corps Experience
5/31/2015 8:54:00 AM
Bobber The Water Safety Dog is right,  you do look best in your life vest!  Our Park Rangers think you do, too.  If you see a Ranger show them your life vest.  Better yet, wear it!  If a Ranger spots you wearing a life vest they might just give you a special prize.
Water Safety with a Park Ranger
5/25/2015 11:50:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, continues its extensive cleanup of the property at 4825 Glenbrook Road in northwest Washington, D.C. Working carefully inside the engineering control structure, crews continued breaking up the thick concrete pad and footer, and placing the concrete rubble into drums. No munition debris or glassware was recovered this week, and there were no detections of chemical agents or industrial compounds in the air monitors.
Work continues at Glenbrook Road
5/22/2015 10:42:00 AM
SM-1 was a 2-megawatt nuclear reactor developed by the United States Atomic Energy Commission for the US Army Nuclear Power Program (ANPP) in the mid-1950s.
5/20/2015 2:00:00 PM
Crews continue scrapping and digging the soils and concrete in the former back porch area at 4825 Glenbrook Road.
Glenbrook Road excavation
5/7/2015 9:01:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, places shell to restore oyster reefs in the Chesapeake Bay tributary of Harris Creek, April 1, 2015. The shell comes from processing plants in the mid-Atlantic region and is permitted to be imported and placed in the river. There is not sufficient natural shell available to restore oyster habitat in the Bay. Therefore, artificial reefs, known as substrate or alternative substrate, have been constructed at restoration locations throughout the Bay. Substrate may be any combination of oyster shell, clam shell, or alternative substrate such as crushed concrete, rock or granite.The shell is 2 to 3 inches in diameter. (U.S. Army Photo by Sean Fritzges)
Shell placement for oyster reef restoration in Harris Creek
5/6/2015 10:58:00 AM
Crews are scrapping and digging the soils and concrete in the former back porch area, as they progress down to grade
Excavation work at 4825 Glenbrook Road
5/1/2015 2:22:00 PM
The STURGIS barge is situated in her slip at the Port of Galveston. Crews are now preparing her for the upcoming decommissioning work.
STURGIS arrives in Galveston
5/1/2015 8:23:00 AM
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