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Honolulu District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Park Ranger Stephen Lawlor volunteered alongside 43 Punahou School Junior ROTC students, District employees and their friends and families to clean up the beach and berm area behind the Corps' Pacific Regional Visitor Center (RVC) at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki April 28, 2018.
Earth Day
5/8/2018 10:38:00 PM
The Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander, Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Thomas E. Piazze led about 50 Corps staff and family members for the sunrise hike April 6, 2018 celebrating the Districts 113th Birthday.
Sunrise Hike
5/7/2018 9:59:00 PM
A scenic view from the Makapu'u Lighthouse Trail during the Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 113th sunrise birthday hike.  Honolulu District USACE Commander, Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Thomas E. Piazze led about 50 Corps staff and family members for the sunrise hike April 6, 2018 celebrating the Districts 113th Birthday. The significance of Makapu'u Lighthouse for the Districts Birthday dates back to 1905 when the Corp’s began their mission in Hawaii and the Pacific. The Districts first commander Lt. Col. John Slattery was charged by Congress to constructions lighthouses for navigation and draw up plans for Makapu’u Lighthouse. In August 1906 Slattery designed a short tower keeping the light as low as possible but high enough the wind couldn’t blow pebbles into the lantern room glass. This first-ever 12-ton lens produced a fixed white light while a set of copper panels revolving on a track between the light source and lens produced a distinct flash.
Honolulu District USACE hikes Makapu'u Trail to celebrate 113th
5/7/2018 7:15:00 PM
A scenic view from the Makapu'u Lighthouse Trail during the Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 113th sunrise birthday hike.  Honolulu District USACE Commander, Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Thomas E. Piazze led about 50 Corps staff and family members for the sunrise hike April 6, 2018 celebrating the Districts 113th Birthday. The significance of Makapu'u Lighthouse for the Districts Birthday dates back to 1905 when the Corp’s began their mission in Hawaii and the Pacific. The Districts first commander Lt. Col. John Slattery was charged by Congress to constructions lighthouses for navigation and draw up plans for Makapu’u Lighthouse. In August 1906 Slattery designed a short tower keeping the light as low as possible but high enough the wind couldn’t blow pebbles into the lantern room glass. This first-ever 12-ton lens produced a fixed white light while a set of copper panels revolving on a track between the light source and lens produced a distinct flash.
Honolulu District USACE hikes Makapu'u Trail to celebrate 113th
5/7/2018 7:15:00 PM
The Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander, Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Thomas E. Piazze led about 50 Corps staff and family members for the sunrise hike April 6, 2018 celebrating the Districts 113th Birthday. The significance of Makapu'u Lighthouse for the Districts Birthday dates back to 1905 when the Corp’s began their mission in Hawaii and the Pacific. The Districts first commander Lt. Col. John Slattery was charged by Congress to constructions lighthouses for navigation and draw up plans for Makapu’u Lighthouse. In August 1906 Slattery designed a short tower keeping the light as low as possible but high enough the wind couldn’t blow pebbles into the lantern room glass. This first-ever 12-ton lens produced a fixed white light while a set of copper panels revolving on a track between the light source and lens produced a distinct flash.
Honolulu District USACE hikes Makapu'u Trail to celebrate 113th
5/7/2018 7:14:00 PM
Travis Specht, contract specialist, New York District, holding Bette the Dog, Maria Buckner, contract specialist, Honolulu District, Leah Caldwell, supervisory contract specialist, Sacramento District, Jake Evans, contract specialist, Huntsville Engineering and Support Center, Stacy Pereyda Hill, contract specialist, Sacramento District, Marilyn Butler, budget analyst, Mississippi Valley Division. Brittany Poirier, contracting officer, Sacramento District, and Maj. Dawn Daniels, contracting officer, Sacramento District all deployed in support of the Northern California Wildfires Debris Removal Mission in Rohnert Park, Calif., in February 2018.
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4/9/2018 7:27:00 PM
A certificate is presented to Maria Buckner, Honolulu District USACE by Col. Eric McFadden, RFO commander, for her work during the Northern California Wildfires Debris Removal Mission.
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4/9/2018 7:26:00 PM
USACE Command Sergeant Major Bradley Houston visited our Quad B project site at Schofield Barracks Sept. 13.
USACE CSM Houston Visit District
9/18/2017 7:20:00 PM
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