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  • September

    Silver Jackets motto says it all: Many agencies, one solution

    In the case of a flood emergency, there is little time to make urgent decisions. But what if there was a way to prepare answers long before they are needed most? Fortunately, the nationwide Silver Jackets program carries a mission to meet needs at every stage of a flood event.
  • August

    Sacramento District nabs Chief of Engineers Safety Award

    When it comes to safety and occupational health the Sacramento District is second to none after being selected for the 2015 Chief of Engineers Safety Award, recognizing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers district that best demonstrates a culture of safety, finding innovative solutions and achieving success in protecting lives and property.
  • Command Sergeant Major tours Sacramento District

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Command Sergeant Major Antoio S. Jones visited the Sacramento District for the first time August 16-17. Jones’ itinerary included visits to two district-operated reservoirs, Black Butte Lake and Englebright Lake as well as the Folsom Dam Auxiliary Spillway project. j
  • July

    Corps helps modernize Army Reserve’s largest training area as it celebrates 75 years

    The largest installation in the U.S. Army Reserve boasts an impressive 165,000 acres of terrain on which to train Soldiers, land C-17’s and do critical live-fire training.
  • Corps geologist learns the ropes

    It’s said a really good geologist needs to know a bit of everything: physics, chemistry, geography, math, biology, engineering … and how about climbing skills that would make Spiderman jealous? Read about Coralie Wilhite, a Sacramento District engineer on her way up!