US Army Corps of Engineers
Middle East District

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  • November

    Middle East District charts course for 2010

    For the past three years, the Middle East District has engaged in a formal strategic planning process to help guide its actions. The process connects organizational goals to employee performance objectives with an end goal of improving service to customers.
  • Unified Support: Transatlantic Division Activates in Winchester

    Winchester is now home to two distinct Corps of Engineers organizations.
  • Flu Season Preparation, Prevention

    The temperature outside is dropping, children are several months into the new school year, and another flu season is upon us.
  • September

    Learning in Kosovo

    Department of Army Interns in the Contracting Division at the Transatlantic Programs Center (TAC) have a unique opportunity to see how their work directly affects people on the receiving end of a logistics services contract that supports military peacekeeping operations.
  • Community involvement: Reaching out for mutual understanding

    Telling our story to audiences unfamiliar with the federal government or the Department of Defense is a key component to understanding.
  • New medical facility improves care for U.S. forces in Kuwait

    The Camp Arifjan Expeditionary Medical Facility Kuwait transitioned from a temporary tent facility to the new Level III Hospital facility in March. Equipment, supplies and patients moved into the new hospital in a sequence that allowed medical operations to continue seamlessly. The Hospital significantly raised the level of patient care for service members stationed in Kuwait, and Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.