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Members of the 310th Engineering Detachment work on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist presents a certificate to architect Angelivette Nieves-Viruet who completed the Leadership Development Program Tier I and graduated virtually from Puerto Rico.
The Middle East District works with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist planning efforts for military sites for the Lebanese Armed Forces. Recently, the TAM team traveled and was able conduct assessments, working side by side with their Lebanese counterparts.

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TAM Awards Task Order for Saudi Arabia forces
11/5/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded a task order for AE services for the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command (RSLFAC) Master Planning and Construction Phase 2A...
Middle East District assists planning efforts with Lebanese Armed Forces
10/13/2020 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District has been working with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist with planning efforts for various military sites for...
TAM Awards contract for maintenance/repair services in Kuwait.
10/1/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded a contract for maintenance and repair services at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait...
TAM Awards Task Orders for US Air Force Facilities/Utilities in UAE
10/1/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded two task orders for the U.S. Development Area at Al Dhafra Air Base in the UAE...
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...

Latest Stories

COS savings benefit USACE mission partners
11/13/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS) maintains a library of off the shelf designs, readily adaptable to almost any purpose, saving time and...
USACE Assists in Lebanon’s Recovery
11/6/2020
After nearly a decade, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) is back in Lebanon to help provide engineering solutions to some of Lebanon’s toughest challenges...
Leadership Development Program grows leaders at all levels  
10/29/2020
Nine team members from the USACE Middle East District recently completed a year-long Leadership Development Program and graduated Oct. 14...

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Members of the 310th Engineering Detachment work on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
A member of the 310th Engineering Detachment works on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
A member of the 310th Engineering Detachment works on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District conduct a site survey with members of the Lebanese Armed forces during a visit to Lebanon in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist presents a certificate to architect Angelivette Nieves-Viruet who completed the Leadership Development Program Tier I and graduated virtually from Puerto Rico.
Nine team members during team building exercise at the beginning of the LDP Class 2020, which also included class work, reading topical books and completing self-assessments that offered insight into individual strengths and weaknesses and personality traits.
LDP Tier I participants engineer Katie Render and EEO specialist Anneliese Mielke listen to TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist and await their turns at the lectern as part of the socially distanced and virtual LDP Tier I graduation ceremony.
During the past year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District has been working with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist with planning efforts for various military sites for the Lebanese Armed Forces. Recently, the TAM team traveled and was able conduct assessments, working side by side with their Lebanese counterparts.
During the past year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District has been working with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist with planning efforts for various military sites for the Lebanese Armed Forces. Recently, the TAM team traveled and was able conduct assessments, working side by side with their Lebanese counterparts.