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.
- June 14, 2019The Corps and the Community
- June 11, 2019June edition of White Sands Missile Rager now available
- June 10, 201935 Years, 15 Ranks: Signal Corps officer pins on first star
- June 7, 2019USACE and Harris County Flood Control District execute Clear Creek Section 1043 Project Partnership
- June 5, 2019Munitions Readiness: A focus under Multi-Domain Operations
- June 4, 2019Committed USACE park rangers safeguard public safety
- June 3, 2019Largest promotion ceremony in Army Special Operations history for psychological operations Soldiers
- May 31, 2019Tripler discusses future partnerships with Marine Corps Health Services
- May 31, 2019Department of the Army announces upcoming III Corps Headquarters deployment
- May 29, 2019CASO hosts panel on leveraging culture and language in Influence Operations
- May 21, 2019Pennsylvania, Army Corps Collaboration Workshop
- May 13, 2019The Corps Environment (May 2019)
- May 10, 2019Environmental Infrastructure is Essential to Army Readiness