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ER 10-1-40 Directory Charts Position Charts and Statements of Functions

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Purpose: This regulation prescribes the format for preparation of field Directory Charts, Position Charts, Statements of Functions, and instructions for their distribution. Download: 28/ER 10-1-40 Directory Charts Position Charts and Statements of Functions.pdf Size: 163.88 KB

EP 870-1-39 Engineers and Irrigation Report of the Board of Commissioners on the Irrigation of the San Joaquin, Tulare, and Sacramento Valleys of the State of California 1873

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Foreword: The role of the U.S . Army Corps of Engineers in opening the West is not as well known as the Corps’ work on nationwide flood control and navigation projects . Yet, in the 19th century the surveys, explorations, scientific studies, and reports of Army engineer and topographical officers were major contributions to our understanding of the undeveloped arid regions of the United States. The following report illustrates the skill and dedication of these soldiers . The Board of Commissioners Read more

EP 870-1-16 Engineer Historical Studies Number 4 Dear Friends at Home The Letters and Diary of Thomas James Owen Fiftieth New Your Volunteer Engineer Regiment During the Civil War

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FOREWORD: This is the fourth publication in the series of Corps of Engineers Historical Studies. The first three contained the official reports of Army Engineers. This one is a little different. It reproduces the personal letters and diary of an Engineer soldier who served in the Civil War. Union forces in the Civil War needed far more Engineers than the Regular Army could furnish. Volunteer Engineers, who entered the Army for wartime service only, supported operations just as did the regulars. Read more

EP 415-1-261 Vol 5 Quality Assurance Representatives Guide Ground Water Extraction Ground Water Treatment Landfills Soils Vapor Extraction Slurry Walls and Solidification Stabilization VOL 5

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FOREWORD: This volume of the Quality Assurance Representative’s Guide addresses technologies which are used predominantly at hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste (HTRW) sites to contain or clean up contamination. The reason for this pamphlet’s existence and continuance is to provide construction representatives, those with quality assurance/quality control responsibilities, a reliable checklist type reference for each phase of construction. Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) representatives Read more

EP_690-1-820 Exciting Careers in Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical Engineers Mechanical Engineers is one of the largest, broadest and oldest engineering disciplines.  Mechanical Engineers use the principles of energy, materials, and mechanics to design and maintain water resources throughout the nation, numerous other Federal and local facilities, and Army installations worldwide. We are looking for Mechanical Engineers to design and construct mechanical systems for buildings, water resource projects and mechanical infrastructure; restore the environment; Read more

EP_690-1-819 Exciting Careers in Electrical Engineering

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Electrical Engineers Electrical Engineering encompasses all applications of electricity using a variety of equipment to assist in designing and developing projects.  Electrical Engineers design new electronics, test equipment and solve problems.  USACE Electrical Engineers are influential in helping power infrastructures of Army Installations and various other projects. We want Electrical Engineers to join our team to design and construct military buildings; reinvent the power supply; seek Read more

EP_690-1-818 Exciting Careers in Civil Engineering

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Civil Engineers USACE Civil Engineers plan, design, construct, and maintain the nation’s water resources, Army installations, and numerous other Federal and local projects.  Their mission areas extend around the globe whether nation-building or performing emergency reconstruction. We want Civil Engineers to join our team to design and construct facilities to support our troops, including highways and airfields; repair major rehab of our nation’s water resource infrastructure including locks, Read more

EP_690-1-817 Exciting Careers in Natural Resources Management

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Natural Resources Management As the nation’s largest Federal provider of outdoor and water-based recreation, USACE provides employees with the opportunity to join a diverse team of skilled professionals who work every day to preserve, manage and improve nearly 12 million acres of our nation’s public lands and waters. We also offer challenging career opportunities in these fields and more: Park Rangers manage Federal lands, waters, and park resources at Corps operated and maintained water Read more

EP_690-1-816 Exciting Careers in Contracting

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Contract Specialist Contract Specialist with USACE will be involved in awarding contracts and serving as decision-makers and key critical players in the planning and execution of Corps projects.  The National Contracting Organization represents the Corps in all contractual matter, and provides world class contracting support to ensure successful execution of USACE mission requirements. Qualifications Qualifications vary according to the job description.  Qualified candidates must possess a Read more

EP_690-1-815 Exciting Careers in Water Resources

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Water Resources: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is one of the world’s premier public engineering, design and construction management agencies.  USACE includes more than 37,000 dedicated civilians and over 550 soldiers who deliver timely and quality engineering, technical and management services to customers in more than 90 countries.  We have a broad range of missions in support of the Department of Defense and the nation to include design and construction of military facilities, engineering Read more

EP_690-1-814 Exciting Careers in Real Estate

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Exciting Careers in Real Estate: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is one of the world’s premier public engineering, design and construction management agencies.  USACE includes more than 37,000 dedicated civilians and over 550 soldiers who deliver timely and quality engineering, technical and management services to customers in more than 90 countries.  We have a broad range of missions in support of the Department of Defense and the nation to include design and construction of military Read more

EP 870-1-8 Engineer Memoirs Lieutenant General Walter K Wilson Jr

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Foreword: Few retired officers or civilians of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ever set down a summary of their careers with the intention of sharing their acquired knowledge with others.  As a result, our organization and the engineering profession have lost valuable information and an important perspective for present and future decision-making.  This volume in the Engineer Memoirs Series attempts to correct the situation by preserving material of historical significance that is not available Read more

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