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  • April

    Albuquerque District Celebrates Administrative Professionals Day

    The District presented its first Administrative Professional award this year to Ms. Toni Brown from the Santa Rosa Lake Project April 24, 2013 at the District office.
  • Ribbon-cutting, Groundbreaking Marks Progress on Cutting Edge Air Force Labs

    Lt. Col. Gant, commander, Albuquerque District, participated in both a groundbreaking and a ribbon-cutting ceremony held for two cutting edge laboratories dedicated to space sensor research and development and space radiation effects for the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) on Kirtland Air Force Base, March 26, 2013.
  • District Commander is a "Woman on the Move"

    Albuquerque District Commander Lt. Col. Antoinette R. Gant is one of 13 New Mexican women recognized by the YWCA of New Mexico as “Women on the Move” April 3, 2013, in Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Portrait of Gen. Leslie Groves Donated to Los Alamos Historical Society

    Lt. Col. Antoinette Gant, commander of the Albuquerque District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, spoke at the portrait dedication ceremony of Gen. Leslie Groves at Los Alamos National Laboratory, April 5, 2013.
  • District Security Officer Receives Two Awards for Antiterrorism Work

    Master Sgt. Bernie Lujan received the 2012 U.S. Army Antiterrorism Honor Roll Award March 26, 2013, at the District’s Headquarters in Albuquerque, N.M. Lujan also received the 2012 USACE Meritorious Antiterrorism Honor Roll Award in the same ceremony.
  • Navajo Nation President Visits Albuquerque District

    The Albuquerque District welcomed Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, March 15, 2013. Shelly visited the District’s office as part of executive level discussions on how to improve coordination and collaboration between the Corps and the Navajo Nation for current and future projects.
  • March

    Going Green: The Silvery Minnow, Drought and the Rio Grande

    As signs of spring begin to show in the bosque, environmentalists, biologists and others continue their efforts to understand river flow issues along the Middle Rio Grande. Of particular interest are endangered species in relation to water use and jurisdiction. Within the past three years, the drought has proven to be a constant challenge to create and maintain a balanced environment for the silvery minnow to continue to spawn. Due to the drought, the environment needed for natural spawning is not present.
  • Albuquerque District Takes Giant Leap into STEM Initiative

    A formal ceremony was held at the University of New Mexico where the District entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the University of New Mexico. Col. Nelson, Deputy Commander, South Pacific Division, participated in the ceremony.
  • USACE STEM professionals excel in Afghanistan

    Without the female USACE Transatlantic District North professionals, mission accomplishment would be sorely hampered. We could not as easily execute our construction projects, or provide necessary oversight of the Operations and Maintenance mission for ANSF facilities in support of United States Forces-Afghanistan and NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan without the talented women who first achieved success in the classroom in pursuit of STEM qualifications.
  • Albuquerque District and Acoma Pueblo Enter into Corps’ Second Watershed Cost Share Agreement

    ACOMA PUEBLO, N.M., -- The District and Acoma Pueblo entered into the District's second Watershed Cost Share Agreement under the Section 203 Tribal Partnership Program.