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U.S. and German government and military officials honored the bravery and accomplishments of the 249th Engineer Battalion March 25 by unveiling a World War II monument dedicated to them on the riverbank of the Rhine in Neirstein, Germany.
A look at the 249th Engineer Battalion
5/23/2017 4:55:00 AM
Maj. Katie Werback, right, is part of the Europe District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers team managing the second Aegis Ashore ballistic missile defense project in Europe. The land-based system in Redzikowo, Poland will include a radar site and missile battery designed to protect U.S. and NATO forces and assets in the region. In partnership with the Navy, Missile Defense Agency and Polish officials, the district oversees construction of the missile defense complex and naval support facilities totaling approximately $224 million. The project is expected to be complete in 2018.
Engineer Soldier makes waves on Navy base
5/23/2017 4:18:00 AM
Chris Bailey, left, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District project engineer in Estonia, briefs Col. John Baker, right, chief engineer for U.S. Army Europe, on newly constructed machine gun and sniper ranges built through the European Reassurance Initiative to enhance readiness of U.S., Estonian and NATO forces Dec. 14 at Tapa Training Area, Estonia.
Project engineer supports U.S. military, diplomatic missions in Estonia
1/18/2017 5:40:00 AM
Construction continues on U.S. Army Europe-funded European Reassurance Initiative projects managed by the Corps of Engineers Europe District Sept. 7 in Tapa, Estonia. Projects including a railhead upgrade, and loading and staging areas; improvements to training ranges; motor pool wash racks and maintenance bays; and new and refurbished vehicle storage and maintenance buildings will support USAREUR, the Estonian Ministry of Defense and NATO partners. Future projects for the Army at Tapa and U.S. Air Forces in Europe at Amari Air Base are in the planning stages. In addition to Estonia, the district will manage ERI work in Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The district has more than 260 projects totaling approximately $500 million to improve airfields, military quarters, operations centers, training ranges and support facilities. This work enables U.S. and NATO partners to efficiently continue training requirements to help ensure peace and security in Europe.
European Reassurance Initiative projects on track in Estonia, throughout Europe
9/26/2016 5:56:00 AM
Europe District won the 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers North Atlantic Division Safety Award of Excellence. This is the district's "7th Year of Life" with zero contractor fatalities and a contractor accident rate among the lowest in the organization.
2015 NAD Safety Award
8/31/2016 9:19:00 AM
Replace inadequate family housing with 64 townhouses.
Baumholder Family Housing FY11
8/25/2016 10:43:00 AM
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Moving to the District
5/31/2016 10:36:00 AM
The Honorable Jo-Ellen Darcy, assistant secretary of the Army for civil works, and Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, USACE commanding general, visit U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District April 4-7 in Wiesbaden, Germany. Darcy and Bostick engaged partners and employees, and visited project sites around Germany, including: a satellite communications center and separate project for Network Enterprise Technology Command, both at Landstuhl Army Heliport; a new combined U.S. military medical facility on Rhine Ordnance Barracks; a combined intelligence center at Clay Kaserne; and the new Wiesbaden High School project for Department of Defense Education Activity-Europe.
Leaders visit district partners, personnel, project sites
4/12/2016 4:02:00 AM
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