Handura takes command of USACE Sacramento District

By Kenneth WrightJuly 11, 2019

Col. James Handura, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District commander, speaks to more than 400 district employees, Soldiers and guests during a July 11, 2019, change of command ceremony at the Masonic Temple in downtown Sacramento, Calif.
Brig. Gen. Kim Colloton, South Pacific Division commander, presided over the ceremony where Handura became the district's 33rd commander in its 90-year history.
Handura has been a military engineer for 30 years, beginning his Army career as an enlisted combat engineer in 1989. He now commands the nearly 1,100-person strong Sacramento District, which stretches from southern California to western Colorado, and includes three of USACE's five largest U.S. projects. (U.S. Army photo by Ken Wright)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. James Handura, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District commander, speaks to more than 400 district employees, Soldiers and guests during a July 11, 2019, change of command ceremony at the Masonic Temple in downtown Sacramento, Calif. Brig. Gen. Kim Colloton, South Pacific Division commander, presided over the ceremony where Handura became the district's 33rd commander in its 90-year history. Handura has been a military engineer for 30 years, beginning his Army career as an enlisted combat engineer in 1989. He now commands the nearly 1,100-person strong Sacramento District, which stretches from southern California to western Colorado, and includes three of USACE's five largest U.S. projects. (U.S. Army photo by Ken Wright) (Photo Credit: Kenneth Wright) VIEW ORIGINAL