US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

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    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.
  • Empowering women in Afghanistan through interior design in Sacramento

    If you took a moment to ponder global security, it probably would not cross your mind that an interior designer in downtown Sacramento could be playing a role in stabilizing Afghanistan. But that is exactly what’s happening. In order to help battle insurgency and keep peace in Afghanistan, Afghan women are currently being recruited for duties in the Afghan National Army, Police and Air Force.
  • 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!
  • Love for American West inspires Corps regulator

    Protecting the natural resources of Western Colorado is a job that’s tailor-made for Matt Montgomery, a lifelong outdoorsman and senior regulatory project manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District in Grand Junction, Colorado.