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Archive: April, 2012
  • April

    Earthquakes should have a season

    Maybe the experts are saying: it’s always earthquake season. What is going to happen to modern, tall buildings when an event like a 7.9 magnitude quake happens?
  • Patton’s desert training area everyone’s playground now

    The Formerly Used Defense Sites program wants you and your family to get acquainted with the 3Rs; recognize, retreat and report.
  • Building Green

    As the Nation’s Environmental Engineer, we manage one of the largest federal environmental missions in the United States, touching the lives of nearly every American. The challenges facing the Corps are enormous, everything from sustainable design and energy security to ecosystem restoration.
  • Corps participates in Career Day

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District continued its support to area secondary schools March 30, by participating in a career day at San Diego’s Patrick Henry High School.
  • Arizona-Nevada team members enjoy Engineer Day

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District Arizona-Nevada Area Office held its annual Engineer Day Celebration April 6 at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park in Phoenix.
  • Marina del Rey dredging benefits boater safety and port redevelopment

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a $13 million dredging project April 5 that will remove up to one million cubic yards of accumulated sand from the entrance channel to Marina del Rey Harbor, improving navigational safety and providing material for use at several other locations.