Archive: November, 2018
  • November

    Andrew Auxier Receives Award

    Andrew Auxier was presented with an Achievement Medal for Civilian Service for his outstanding performance as a Local Government Liaison for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in direct support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) during the 2017 hurricane season. He was deployed for more than 45 days in response to hurricanes Irma and Maria coordinating support for local governments. His professionalism and dedication to service reflects credit upon himself and the United States Army.
  • Business Opportunities Open House

    ​The Business Opportunities Open House (BOOH) was held on Tuesday, 27 November 2018, at the St. Mary's Conference Center. Over 200 firms registered to attend to meet and talk with PDT members, SME's from across our organization, and senior leaders, to learn WHAT we do and HOW they can help LRH meet mission goals.
  • MG Toy Visits Supplemental Project Sites

    MG Mark Toy visited supplemental projects in Martin and Paintsville, Ky. as well as Milton W.Va. to gain an appreciation of their status. MG Toy was able to meet with project team members, partners from the WVNG and visit businesses that will directly benefit from the projects once completed.
  • ​Stream Assessment

    Mud, bugs and rocks! How healthy is our water? The Pittsburgh District and the Huntington District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently partnered to conduct a stream assessment in Belmont County, Ohio. Ty Bintrim, northern branch chief, explains some of the metrics that go into evaluating streams, and why it is important to pay attention.