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ENGINEERS OFFICIALS
MISSION
CHARGE
INSTANCE
COMMAND
ISLAND
COASTAL AREAS
CONTRACTORS
FIRST ATTEMPT
PROJECT
FUNDING
KATRINA
FLOODS
HIGH WATER
FORMER HEAD
MARCH
FISCAL YEAR
COAST GUARD
HURRICANE
CHARLES XII
SECOND LIEUTENANT
LESLIE GROVES
ACTIVE PART
WATER LEVELS
BREACHES
COMMANDER
ARMY
YEAR
SHUTTING
ORLEANS
HURRICANE KATRINA
NAKNEK
LEVEES
ENGINEERS
ARMY CORPS
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Engineers Officials

  1. Army Corps of Engineers officials, however, say no evidence has been found to indicate that termites undermined the integrity of the levees.

Mission

  1. There are over 2,900 soldiers assigned to the 43d ASG, and its mission is to provide combat support and combat service support to an army corps.
  2. The Strategic Army Corps (STRAC) is a U.S. Army command with a mission of high readiness.

Charge

  1. He ran the district in tandem with an Army Corps of Engineer officer who was in charge of engineering projects.
  2. Soon after he was appointed one of the surgeons of the First Division Hospital, Second Army Corps, and placed in charge of an operating table.

Instance

  1. For instance, the levees that broke weren't ones waiting for Army Corps of Engineer repairs as Democrats have implied.

Command

  1. Anton Dostler took over the command on 5 January 1944 over the LXXV. Army corps.
  2. Due to the effects of his Gettysburg wound, though, he relinquished his command of the Second Army Corps in June 1864.

Island

  1. Two months later, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dumped enough sand into the newly formed inlet to rebuild that section of the island.
  2. Eventually, the Army Corps of Engineers began dredging the nearby channel, adding river silt to bolster the island.

Coastal Areas

  1. The US Army Corps of Engineers developed plans to rebuilt the protective barrier islands that had been washed out to sea along the coastal areas.

Contractors

  1. A spokesman for the Army Corps of Engineers said the victims were contractors on their way to repair a canal.

First Attempt

  1. In 1873, Barton S. Alexander completed a report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that was the first attempt at creating a Central Valley Project.

Project

  1. That month the Army Corps of Engineers finished temporary repairs of the canal breaches; a project of more permanent repairs is underway.

Funding

  1. The administration cut funding requested by the New Orleans district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for holding back Lake Pontchartrain's waters.

Katrina

  1. The Army Corps of Engineers turned to the ADCIRC development group to help them understand what went wrong during Katrina.

Floods

  1. Combined with the levees-only river management strategy of the Army Corps of Engineers, the floods were a disaster waiting to happen.

High Water

  1. The 24-foot storm surge quoted by the Army Corps of Engineers was based on high water marks inside surviving buildings, of which there were but three.

Former Head

  1. Mike Parker, the former head of the Army Corps of Engineers, was forced to resign in 2002 over budget disagreements with the White House.

March

  1. In 1908, elements of the Third Army and the Second Army Corps declared their opposition to the Sultan and threatened to march on the capital to depose him.

Fiscal Year

  1. For instance, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requested $27 million for this fiscal year to pay for hurricane-protection projects around Lake Pontchartrain.

Coast Guard

  1. Many branches of the armed forces were involved with the relief effort, including the Army Corps of Engineers, the Coast Guard, and the Marine Corps.

Hurricane

  1. The Army Corps of Engineers is rebuilding New Orleans's levees to withstand a Katrina-level event, not a Category 5 hurricane.

Charles Xii

  1. Henceforth a mere pensioner of Charles XII, Stanisław accompanied Krassow 's army corps in its retreat to Swedish Pomerania.

Second Lieutenant

  1. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers.
  2. His duties have ranged from those of a second lieutenant of infantry to commanding general of the Strategic Army Corps.

Leslie Groves

  1. Then it came under control of Leslie Groves of the Army Corps of Engineers.

Active Part

  1. He took an active part in the uprising, defending Warsaw and leading an army corps in support of a rising in Greater Poland.

Water Levels

  1. The mayor said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was standing by to get the system running, but water levels must fall first.

Breaches

  1. Army Corps of Engineers officials say they must determine whether human error played a role in the breaches.

Commander

  1. The Commander of the New Orleans district of the Army Corps of Engineers confirms levee breach and reports it to Vicksburg, MS headquarters.
  2. The commander of XIX Army Corps, Heinz Guderian, on 12 May had indicated that he wanted to enlarge the bridgehead to at least twenty kilometres.
  3. Prince Andrew, who had served as commander of the Second Army Corps during the war, was arrested.

Army

  1. The commander of an army flew a flag of three horizontal stripes, red, black, red; while the commander of an army corps flew one of red, white, red.
  2. For more information on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Iraq, visit www.grd.usace.army.mil.
  3. The Army Physical Training Corps (APTC) is the British Army corps responsible for physical fitness and physical education.

Year

  1. This march is held every year on 25th April, the anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) at Gallipoli in 1915.

Shutting

  1. During the campaign of 1805, Bernadotte with an army corps from Hanover, co-operated in the great movement which resulted in the shutting off of Mack in Ulm.

Orleans

  1. The Bush administration nixed a plan, proposed a year ago by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to protect New Orleans from a disastrous hurricane.
  2. The Army Corps of Engineers had determined that it will take around 40 days to drain the water from New Orleans [57].

Hurricane Katrina

  1. Following Hurricane Katrina, the Army Corps of Engineers has instituted massive levee repair and hurricane protection measures to protect the city.

Naknek

  1. In 1949, a post office was established, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers constructed a road to Naknek.
  2. In the 1940s and 1950s, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers constructed a 25-km (15.5-mi) long road from King Salmon to Naknek.

Levees

  1. And Strock's own comments make clear the Army Corps knew a hurricane over category 3 strength could pierce the levees.
  2. Critics can point to numerous spending proposals or ideas submitted to the Army Corps about the levees and New Orleans that didn't materialize.
  3. The Orleans Levee Board and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, who share responsibility for the levees, stated afterwards that they had been unaware of this.

Engineers

  1. In December 1942, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took over construction of a road from Ledo to join the Burma Road.
  2. Leslie Groves was deputy to the chief of construction for the Army Corps of Engineers.
  3. Construction on the long-stalled Harvey Canal floodwall should begin in March, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said today.

Army Corps

  1. On June 1, 2006, the Army Corps of Engineers took responsibility for the flooding in New Orleans caused by Hurricane Katrina.
  2. A US judge has ruled that negligence by the US Army Corps of Engineers led to massive floods in parts of New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.
  3. The Army Corps of Engineers considers a breach a hole developing in a levee rather than an overrun.

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