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  • December

    Employee Spotlight: Park Ranger Kenneth Myers

    Ken Myers is a 45-year-old Corps of Engineers Sacramento District ranger for Hensley Lake and has worked for the Corps for four years. He has also worked at H.V. Eastman Lake. Along with those mentioned, Myers’ other duties include being a Certified Playground Safety Inspector, Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle operator and SPK Water Safety Committee member. He is a former U.S. Army Military Police and a Disabled Veteran.
  • November

    Employee Spotlight: Park Ranger Nick Figueroa

    Spotlight features a Q & A with Hensley Lake park ranger Nick Figueroa
  • October

    Employee Spotlight: Architect Mickela Pallares

    Meet Mickela Pallares, an architect with our Sacramento District. Mickela joined the Corps of Engineers after graduating from Cal Poly in 2009, and is now our subject matter expert on sustainable design. She’s a natural born leader, loves to travel and – oh yeah – she helps design the facilities that support our Nation’s armed forces. Get to know Mickela and learn more about her duties as an U.S. Army Corps of Engineers architect in this Q&A.
  • September

    Veteran finds work as new chief of security at Corps’ career fair

    Feeling the frustration many Veterans face when applying for work subsequent to their military
  • Racing Solo together

    Take a fast ride with Sacramento District’s Josh Garcia and his father Ron at a sports car event in Stockton, California. The younger Garcia is chief of the environmental analysis section of planning for the district. His weekend office is the driver’s seat of the Datsun 510 racecar he and his father built and race together.