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  • July

    Camp Prince Historical Marker Dedication

    The Raleigh County Historical Society unveiled a marker at Camp Prince Army Station on Friday, July 17. Camp Prince was an Engineer training and testing facility that provided testing of bridging equipment and techniques that were employed in the Korean War and training for the Army until 1957. The site was originally chosen for its unique directional flows and proximity to the Bluestone Dam. The terrain at Camp Prince is also very similar to the terrain in Korea.
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony for Phase 5 Stilling Basin of the Bluestone Dam Safety Assurance Mega-Project

    Recently the Huntington District celebrated the beginning of the Phase 5 Stilling Basin of the
  • Stream Assessment Methodologies

    Regulatory Division recently hosted Major General Whittle, Commanding General of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, for a field demonstration of various stream assessment methodologies. The assessment of aquatic resources is a critical component of the Corps' permit evaluation process and documentation of decisions.
  • Sutton Waterline Project

    Sutton crews place a waterline vault in the downstream area of Sutton Dam. This was a major portion of a two-phase waterline project for the Sutton Dam, office, maintenance area, and the downstream recreation area. It replaces the old waterline supplying those areas.