Tag: TAM
  • February

  • TAM Employee Gains Professional Development on a Deployment

    Andres Restrepo's deployment presented him a unique opportunity to further develop his professional skills as a civil engineer.
  • EWeek 2024 Employee Spotlight - Sammy Nmair

    When Sammy Nmair began his job with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM), as a project engineer for the district’s Bahrain area it was like joining the family business.
  • January

    Employee Spotlight Featuring Stephanie Langhorne

    Stephanie Langhorne is proud to be a third generation U.S. Army Corps employee.
  • District Provides CENTCOM Commercial Real Estate Support Across the Middle East

    With over 70 years of history in the Middle East, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) is not only able to offer their mission partners the engineering and construction expertise USACE is known for, but also a host of other niche services developed along the way. Many of these services were developed out of necessity by TAM to better accomplish its construction mission. As TAM developed that expertise in-house, it was obvious that they were able to offer that expertise to other partners in the region and create entirely new lines of operation.  
  • November

    USACE continues to support mission partners long after projects are complete

    USACE TAM offers the opportunity for maintenance contracts after a facility is completed.
  • September

    Employee Spotlight Featuring Brian Struntz

    Brian Struntz, the chief of special programs, planning and requirements with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM), takes great pride in his many years working for the Army in various capacities. 
  • August

    From Projects to Petra Cadets Experience Unforgettable Summer

    ROTC cadets travel to Jordan to experience the work of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District.
  • USACE offers planning support to mission partners around the globe

    The Transatlantic Middle East District’s diverse Planning and Requirements team provides professional guidance for developing and executing projects for CENTCOM AOR.
  • TAM Team Spotlight Intern Melissa Pierson

    Melissa Pierson grew up in the rural farmlands of Pennsylvania. Little did she know that her interest in old farm buildings would lead her to a career with military design and construction.
  • July

    USACE Project and Program Manager of the Year

    With a program valued at billions of dollars and a diverse range of projects providing direct support to the U.S. military and its allied nation partners throughout the United States Central Command area of operations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) has a program scope that seems tailor-made to win awards.
  • Employee Support Cell Team Spotlight

    Two women with two different paths leading to careers in the Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) Employee Support Cell (ESC). Meet Wendy Carter and Teresa Conklin, the Admin Support Specialist duo.
  • USACE Attorney of the Year Helps Afghan Colleague

    When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) attorney Cara Mroczek was handed a case involving a disputed Afghan real estate contract a few years ago, she had no idea it would lead to a career defining moment that not only resulted in a big win for the U.S. government but also may have literally saved lives.
  • June

    Employee Spotlight featuring Army Fellow Andres Restrepo

    Army Fellow journey to become a civil engineer with the USACE Transatlantic Middle East District.
  • May

    55th Chief of Engineers Builds Bridges with Allied Nation Partners

    The 55th Chief of Engineers Lt. Gen. Scott Spellmon recently had a hand in building those bridges while visiting the Kingdom of Jordan and the State of Qatar – two long-standing U.S. allies currently working with USACE’s Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) on defense infrastructure projects.  
  • Army Lawyer shares journey from Marine Infantryman to Attorney

    For Asian American Pacific Islander month, we feature Ken Kajihiro, a fifth-generation Asian-American. Fresh out of high school, Kajihiro joined the U.S. Marine Corps, which provided him with the skills to become a lawyer and join the U.S. Army Corps Transatlantic Middle East District.
  • January

    Transatlantic Middle East District Employee honored for support to others

    Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) Resource Management team member Lorie Polk was recently named the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team Peer Supporter of the Year.
  • December

    District prepares for the future one student at a time

    Three high school students working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) wrapped up a fall internship this week by presenting their capstone project to district leadership and staff.
  • November

    Future leaders participate in Army Tradition

    TAM's Leadership Development Program participants experience traditional military staff ride during a battlefield walk of the 3rd Battle of Winchester, Va.
  • August

    District Hosts Kuwaiti Mission Partners

    The Transatlantic Middle East District provides construction and related support services for U.S. military and allied nation partners throughout the Middle East, and although it has offices in eight countries in the region, the bulk of its program is managed from its headquarters in Winchester. In most cases, TAM project managers and engineers meet with their mission partners in the countries where their projects are located, but on occasion, partners are hosted in Winchester and a bit of local hospitality is showcased along with project overviews.