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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 including this Kuwaiti contract worker in 2011. (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. 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.
Mark Wittrock, Area/Resident Engineer Bahrain and Capt. Grant Wanamaker, project manager forward, use personal protective equipment traveling to and from the office.
Sally Sydnor, a graduating senior at Handley High School in Winchester, Va., works on her U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Internship project from her home in Winchester. Sydnor has been collaborating remotely with mentors from USACE's Transatlantic Middle East District to complete the project due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk and Transatlantic Middle East Districts conduct an assessment of a facility in Northern Virginia to determine its suitability for COVID-19 response. A facility assessment does not mean that a facility will be used.

News Releases

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. ...
TAM Awards Kuwait MATOC Task Order
2/13/2020
The Middle East District awarded a task order for renovations of Building 550 South at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait....
Architect position open, February 4-13, 2020
2/4/2020
This position is part of the Army Career Development Program and is a CIVILIAN position with the Department of the Army. It will be filled under the Direct Hire Authority for Post-secondary and recent...

Latest Stories

Old contracting tool leads to new successes in Kuwait
5/8/2020
The Transatlantic Middle East District has a long successful history with Job Order Contracts in Kuwait and just recently, April 30, awarded another Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Job Order...
Middle East District Sets New Standards in Value Engineering
5/7/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District was recently recognized with a Value Engineering Achievement Award for their value engineering efforts as part of a 1.4 billion...
Middle East District Officers Support COVID-19 Response
4/30/2020
Two captains from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) recently returned from New York City where they had deployed to assist with USACE efforts to build alternate...

Photos

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)
Captain Colin Sexton, a program manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District took a photo of the USNS Comfort as it arrived in New York City. Captain Sexton deployed from TAM to assist the North Atlantic Division with COVID-19 response efforts
Captain Aimee Valles, a deputy area engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District spent long hours in Personal Protective Equipment while helping coordinate USACE efforts in New York City.
Bahrain Resident Office staff meeting, maintaining proper social distancing prior to executing maximum telework.
Bahrain Resident Office project manager forward CPT Grant Wanamaker, COVID-19 style, prepares to venture out to meet with stockholders and take delivery of some vital documents.
Mark Wittrock, Area/Resident Engineer Bahrain and Capt. Grant Wanamaker, project manager forward, use personal protective equipment traveling to and from the office.
Mechanical Engineer Ryan Alaman rocks his reversible face cover, thanks to Emma Wanamaker, wife of CPT Grant Wanamaker, who made face covers for everyone in the Bahrain Resident Office.
Protecting workers through disinfection tunnel at Artillery Project, Al-Yamama Company, Dammam, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Sally Sydnor, a graduating senior at Handley High School in Winchester, Va., works on her U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Internship project from her home in Winchester. Sydnor has been collaborating remotely with mentors from USACE's Transatlantic Middle East District to complete the project due to the COVID-19 pandemic.