For nearly half a century, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District has provided installation and contingency support to U.S. forces throughout the United States European Command and more recently United States Africa Command's areas of responsibility. Headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, with roughly 400 employees, the district, which is part of the North Atlantic Division, covers a widely dispersed geographic area from Western Europe across Eastern Europe, down to Israel and throughout most of the African continent. Work is executed from offices in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Turkey, Romania, Italy, Israel, Bulgaria, and Georgia. In recent years, the district completed more than a billion dollars in projects for numerous partners throughout the AOR. The bulk of this work included U.S. Army and Air Force Family Housing units, forward operating sites in Eastern Europe, humanitarian assistance in Africa and training and operations facilities. Each project supported the stationing requirements for U.S. military partners in Europe and improved the quality of life for warfighters and their families.