The July 2018 The Corps Environment interactive edition and pdf are attached.
In every edition, we like to share examples of how USACE is living its Environmental Operating Principles. This month we focus on Environmental Operating Principle #3: Create mutually supporting economic and environmentally sustainable solutions. Featured in this edition is an EnviroPoints commentary by Maria Wegner, USACE Senior Policy Advisor, that discusses the importance - and the challenge - of considering environmental, economic and social benefits in USACE projects and activities.
Other articles include how the Army is exploring 3-D printing for battlefield use; various ways to achieve environmental success; systematic approaches to effective sediment management; junior rangers learning to serve, protect the environment; and more.
- July 2, 2018Materiel enterprise attorney helps protect environment health, safety
- July 2, 2018Thompson sisters, part of triplets, help high school softball team win title
- July 1, 2018Buffalo native species of sub-aquatic vegetation returning to Buffalo River after over a century
- June 29, 2018Controlled burning improves wildlife habitats on post
- June 28, 2018July-August 2018 issue of Army Sustainment
- June 27, 2018Fort Drum to improve solid waste diversion rate by recycling mattress materials
- June 27, 2018Tactical Digital Media
- June 26, 2018Providing a Safe Work Environment
- June 26, 2018ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT for the Proposed Construction of a Perimeter Security Fence JOINT BASE MYER
- June 25, 2018SDDC's January shines bright in the Spotlight
- June 22, 2018Construction of new USARIEM Pikes Peak laboratory begins this summer
- June 21, 2018Environmental Health works behind the scenes to keep Soldiers ready
- June 20, 2018DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT for the Proposed Construction of a Perimeter Security Fence JOINT BAS
- June 18, 2018EPA and Army Announce Updated Guidance for Alaska's Wetlands
- June 18, 2018CBRN attack training
- June 18, 2018Smoke signal