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  • May

    Guard Soldiers Return to New Army Aviation Support Facility

    District personnel joined members of the New Mexico National Guard in honoring the Soldiers of Company C, 1-171st Aviation Regiment, who returned home from a year-long deployment in Afghanistan, April 27.
  • Corps Makes Contribution to Feature Film Making

    New Mexico has become a hotbed for the television and movie industry within the last few years. The Albuquerque District often “plays a role” during the production of these projects, as representatives from production companies contact us for guidance and film permits.
  • Santa Rosa Students Ready for the Water

    Bob Mumford, a park ranger at the District’s Santa Rosa Dam, wrote and received a grant from ENMR, a local phone cooperative, to purchase and distribute lifejackets and Whistles for Life to all the students at the elementary school.
  • April

    Hangar Nearly Complete at Holloman

    The Albuquerque District has a robust military construction (MILCON) program with work occurring at three Air Force bases in New Mexico.
  • Log Boom Necessary to Help Sequester Debris at Cochiti Lake

    The District has generated outreach materials and has updated its website to remind boaters and kayakers visiting Cochiti Lake that a log boom is in place.
  • Dam Safety Prep is District Priority

    Albuquerque District’s Dam Safety Program Manager Suzi Hess-Brittelle and Readiness and Contingency Operations (RCO) Emergency Management Specialists Don Gallegos and Theresa Rogers conducted a dam safety exercise at Santa Rosa Dam in Santa Rosa, N.M., March 15.
  • District Hosts Meeting for Newly Elected Tribal Leaders

    Tribal leadership in New Mexico changes fairly regularly, with most tribes changing annually, and New Mexico Senator Jeff Bingaman’s office approached the District to see if the Corps could help provide a location for new tribal leadership to meet and exchange information with representatives from local federal agencies.
  • Colorado to be Next Focus of Rio Grande Basin Partnering Meeting

    The Corps shares concern with others about the Rio Grande Basin and its tributaries, as it faces multiple environmental problems like ecosystem degradation, competing demands for minimal resources, timing and delivery of water into and through the basin and water quality, as well as climate changes. To discuss solutions, the agency has joined representatives from federal, state, local and tribal entities across Texas, New Mexico and Colorado to review technical, professional and public concerns during ‘stakeholder’ meetings.
  • Working on Engineering a World Away

    When Project Manager Michael Fies joined the Corps in 2000, he told his wife, who is Japanese, that he would keep an eye open for an opportunity to do a tour of duty in Japan. Seven years later, a position came open in Pacific Ocean Division, Japan District (POJ).
  • March

    District Engages in Emergency Roof Repairs at Kirtland

    In early December 2011, a significant wind event damaged the roofs of several buildings on Kirtland Air Force Base. The winds were estimated greater than 50 mph along the flightline.