Army Corps dredges Baltimore Harbor to keep ships moving safely
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Geoffrey Kuhlman looks on aboard an Army Corps contracted dredge operated by Norfolk Dredging as a load of material is pulled from the bottom of Curtis Bay Channel in Baltimore Harbor Tuesday March 19, 2019 as part of maintenance dredging of channels associated with the Baltimore Harbor and Channels Project. Curtis Bay Channel was one of six dredged during the Fiscal Year 2019 maintenance cycle, during which crews removed nearly 2.6 million cubic yards of material from channels to ensure continued safe navigation for vessels traveling to and from Port of Baltimore facilities.

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Photo by: Chris Gardner |  VIRIN: 190319-A-WZ074-001.JPG