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York Mayor Michael Helfrich, at left, points out areas on a map related to potential future development, areas of concern and opportunities along the Codorus Creek Flood Risk Management System during a stakeholder meeting held at York College in York, Pennsylvania, April 10, 2018. Also pictured, at right, Ray Tracy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, civil engineer; and, second from right, Jehu Johnson, Baltimore District Levee Safety Program manager. The purpose of this stakeholder meeting was for attendees to learn more about this project and brainstorm items that could be incorporated into the comprehensive plan for the project.
York Stakeholder Meeting
4/17/2018 3:05:00 PM
Crew aboard Survey Vessel CATLETT answered a mayday call while doing a routine condition survey, rescuing a stranded boater in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:53:00 AM
A disabled boat is visible from the wheelhouse of Survey Vessel CATLETT in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay as the CATLETT approaches during a rescue operation Thursday April 5, 2018. The CATLETT’s U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crew was conducting a routine condition survey of the Tolchester Channel when she responded to a mayday call, rescuing a boater in the disabled vessel and bringing him back to the Corps of Engineers’ facility at Fort McHenry where local emergency medical services assisted him further.
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:45:00 AM
Crew aboard the Survey Vessel CATLETT help a boater come aboard from his disabled vessel in the Chesapeake Bay during a rescue operation Thursday April 5, 2018. The CATLETT’s U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crew was conducting a routine condition survey of the Tolchester Channel when she responded to a mayday call, rescuing the boater and bringing him back to the Corps of Engineers’ facility at Fort McHenry where local emergency medical services assisted him further.
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:45:00 AM
After rescuing a boater from his disabled vessel in the Chesapeake Bay Thursday April 5, 2018, the crew of Survey Vessel CATLETT brought him back to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ facility at Fort McHenry where local emergency medical services personnel assisted him further. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crews of the CATLETT was conducting a routine condition survey of the Tolchester Channel when she responded to a mayday call, rescuing the boater from his disabled vessel in the Chesapeake Bay.
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:45:00 AM
A disabled boat floats in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crew of Survey Vessel CATLETT approaches during a rescue operation Thursday April 5, 2018. The CATLETT’s crew was conducting a routine condition survey of the Tolchester Channel when she responded to a mayday call, rescuing a boater in the disabled vessel and bringing him back to the Corps of Engineers’ facility at Fort McHenry where local emergency medical services assisted him further.
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:45:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crew of Survey Vessel CATLETT combined classic maritime skills and state-of-the-art technology to pinpoint the location of a boater in distress during a rescue operation Thursday April 5, 2018 in the Chesapeake Bay. The CATLETT’s was conducting a routine condition survey of the Tolchester Channel when she responded to a mayday call, rescuing a boater in a disabled vessel and bringing him back to the Corps of Engineers’ facility at Fort McHenry where local emergency medical services assisted him further.
Newest Army Corps survey vessel performs maiden rescue in Chesapeake Bay
4/10/2018 9:41:00 AM
SM-1 A Fort Greely, Alaska, "Fuel Vault"
SM-1 A Fort Greely, Alaska, "Fuel Vault"
4/3/2018 4:27:00 PM
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