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Middle East District Engineering Division Branch Chief Tom Stephenson shares his inspiration for establishing a scholarship for students interested in pursuing STEM careers during the presentation to the first recipient, Zachary Harner.
99th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron maintainers prepare a U-2 Dragon Lady pilot for a mission in support of Operation Inherent Resolve from Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers along with the U.S. and UAE Air Forces recently received a value engineering award as part of a multi-year project to upgrade base infrastructure including aircraft hangars. The value engineering effort resulted in multiple cost savings over the course of the project.
Captain Colin Sexton, a program manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District coordinates U.S. Army Corps of Engineers COVID response information with other officers deployed to New York to assist with USACE response efforts.

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TAM exercises Option Year 1 for MMSC SATOC in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
8/17/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District exercised Option Year 1 for the MMSC (Multi-Mission Surface Combatant) SATOC (Single Award Task Order Contract) for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...
Contract awarded for Falcon 5/F-15 Beddown, State of Qatar
8/17/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) awarded a contract for Falcon 5/F-15QA beddown support facilities in the State of Qatar.Contract number W912ER20C0010 was...
TAM Awards Job Order Contract for Sewage Treatment System, Kuwait
4/30/2020
The Middle East District awarded a contract for a sewage treatment system expansion at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait...
TAM Awards Job Order Contract for Kuwait
4/30/2020
The Middle East District awarded a job order contract for work in Kuwait...
TAM Awards contract for Air Base in Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
4/13/2020
The Middle East District awarded a contract for Muwaffaq-Salti Air Base, in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan...
TAM Awards task order for Qatar Program Management Office
2/14/2020
The Middle East District awarded a task order for CPSS – Qatar Program Management Office 14 Feb. 2020...

Latest Stories

Scholarship STEMS from love of engineering
7/14/2020
When it comes to supporting the future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers, the Middle East District’s Tom Stephenson puts his money where his mouth is by establishing a...
NSA Bahrain Cuts Ribbon on new USACE Built Medical Facility
6/17/2020
The Naval Medical Readiness and Training Unit (NMRTU) Bahrain held a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the successful completion of the USACE-built multi-faceted medical clinic on June 16. The ceremony...
Chief of Engineers Highlights Deployment Opportunities
6/10/2020
The 54th Chief of Engineers, Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, addressed U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilians in a virtual town hall meeting Tuesday to encourage them to consider deployment opportunities...

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Zachary Harner was the first graduating senior to receive the STEM of Jesse scholarship, initiated by the Middle East District's Tom Stephenson. Harner's love of an engineering challenge inspired the design of his graduation cap which included two modified small message boards and a dissected pair of sunglasses that he connected and programmed with messages that he controlled from his phone.
Middle East District Engineering Division Branch Chief Tom Stephenson shares his inspiration for establishing a scholarship for students interested in pursuing STEM careers during the presentation to the first recipient, Zachary Harner.
Naval Support Activity Bahrain along with personnel from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Navy Medicine held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new medical and dental clinic on Naval Support Activity Bahrain. The new 56,000 square foot facility, will substantially increase medical capacities and capabilities for sailors and their families stationed in Bahrain. Construction was overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and completed in December of 2019.
Naval Support Activity Bahrain along with personnel from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Navy Medicine held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new medical and dental clinic on Naval Support Activity Bahrain. The new 56,000 square foot facility, will substantially increase medical capacities and capabilities for sailors and their families stationed in Bahrain. Construction was overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and completed in December of 2019.
Naval Support Activity Bahrain along with personnel from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Navy Medicine held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new medical and dental clinic on Naval Support Activity Bahrain. The new 56,000 square foot facility, will substantially increase medical capacities and capabilities for sailors and their families stationed in Bahrain. Construction was overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and completed in December of 2019.
At left, Col. Philip Secrist, the Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District presents the Commander of USACE's Transatlantic Division Col. 
(P) Christopher Beck with an alidade as a token of thanks for his leadership. The alidade has been used for hundreds of years by engineers, and the word is of Middle Eastern origin, making it especially appropriate for our District. Col. Beck took command of the Transatlantic Division in June 2019 and will relinquish command of the Division on 16 June. His next assignment will be the commander of USACE's Southwestern Division.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the 54th Chief of Engineers, holds a virtual town hall meeting for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employees to encourage them to deploy in support of USACE operations around the U.S. and the world.
Michael Curtis, Project Management Specialist was the last USACE civilian to receive his End of Tour Awards prior to more than 50 USACE personnel transitioning from Afghanistan to various home stations throughout the U. S.
In an effort to curb the COIVD 19. Curtis volunteered to deploy to USACE's Afghanistan District from the Los Angeles District.
Front page of the organization's 1998 newsletter reporting on the award of the first JOC for work in Kuwait.
JOC is a contract vehicle that provides an alternative method to fulfill requirements for sustainment, restoration, and modernization projects at the installation, post, camp or station level. TAM has used JOC task orders for work in Kuwait for more than 20 years. (Photo credit Erickson Barnes)
JOC is a contract vehicle that provides an alternative method to fulfill requirements for sustainment, restoration, and modernization projects at the installation, post, camp or station level. TAM has used JOC task orders for work in Kuwait for more than 20 years. (Photo credit Erickson Barnes)
99th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron maintainers prepare a U-2 Dragon Lady pilot for a mission in support of Operation Inherent Resolve from Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, Mar. 15, 2019. Commonly referred to as the most difficult aircraft to fly in the world, the U-2 Dragon Lady has been host to less than fifteen-hundred pilots since the first flight in 1955. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gracie I. Lee)