Tag Archives: Army Corps of Engineers

These twin brothers entered the Reserves and college together, and now they’re deployed in the Army Corps of Engineers together.
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Only two men ever received the Medal of Honor for years of service instead of one single action. Civil War vet Frederick Gerber was one of them.
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The hardships of WWII were a struggle for all, but for black service members, they faced an extra hurdle – segregation. During Black History Month, one former WWII soldier shares his stories.
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Being a military diver isn’t easy, but once you complete training, the world is almost literally your oyster! Check out some of the cool things divers get to do.
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The Army Corps of Engineers tunneled underneath Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, leading to improved drainage and connecting Coyote Creek.
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