Tag: USACE Savannah District
  • September

    District welcomes 542nd FEST-A Team home

    Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District 542nd Engineer Detachment, Forward Engineering Support Team – Advanced (FEST-A) were welcomed back from deployment by family and friends at the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport, Sept. 15.
  • May

    Hurricane Season is upon us. Are you prepared?

    Successfully weathering a hurricane requires preparation at every level – governments, families and
  • March

    Young attorneys fitting in well with Savannah Corps of Engineers

    Learning “the law” in law school is one thing, but practicing law for the Corps of Engineers is another. So the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Savannah District Office of Counsel now has four attorneys that arrived as part of the Chief Counsel Civilian Honors Program.
  • Troy Funk: Active Duty Army Engineer Officer to USACE Resident Engineer

    It started during his time as an active duty Army engineer officer stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia, when Troy Funk got his first taste of what it would be like working for the Corps of Engineers.
  • December

    Contractor’s near-miss accident highlights the importance of safety gear

    A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ subcontractor working at a debris removal site in Calhoun County, Georgia, recently learned a valuable lesson about the importance of wearing the proper safety gear.
  • August

    USACE Project Engineer helps to keep fallen Air Force pilot’s memory alive

    USACE employee Terry Brooks never imagined that he would ever have the opportunity to impact the lives of the family of a fallen service member, but one of his recent projects at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, provided him a chance to do just that.
  • One person, big impact on small businesses

    Her office may be small (she’s the only small business specialist) but Leila Hollis packs a big punch when it comes to giving small companies an edge in working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. So much so, her management of a $600 million program earned her a 2017 Women of Color Technology All Star award.