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The Honorable Katherine G. Hammack poses with Engineer Research and Development Center’s Fulton C. Carson.  Carson served the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment) as the ERDC liaison officer.
USACE-ERDC liaison officer presented challenge coin
The Honorable Katherine G. Hammack poses with Engineer Research and Development Center’s Fulton C. Carson. Carson served the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment) as the ERDC liaison officer.
Jose Sanchez, director of Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, presents a service award to ERDC’s Dr. Lyn Hales, program manager for Monitoring Completed Navigation Projects, for 55 years of service to the nation Oct. 12. Hales was also presented with a Bronze de Fleury Medal from the Army Engineer Association for a lifetime of outstanding service and mentorship.
ERDC researcher surpasses 55 years in service to America
Jose Sanchez, director of Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, presents a service award to ERDC’s Dr. Lyn Hales, program manager for Monitoring Completed Navigation Projects, for 55 years of service to the nation Oct. 12. Hales was also presented with a Bronze de Fleury Medal from the Army Engineer Association for a lifetime of outstanding service and mentorship.
ERDC Research Hydraulic Engineer Tim Welp checks the movement of "tickler chains" designed to move sea turtles out of the way of dredging activities. The chains form a curtain extending off the dredging drag arm approximately 25 feet ahead of the draghead.
ERDC demonstrates new equipment, approach
ERDC Research Hydraulic Engineer Tim Welp checks the movement of "tickler chains" designed to move sea turtles out of the way of dredging activities. The chains form a curtain extending off the dredging drag arm approximately 25 feet ahead of the draghead.

News

USACE-ERDC liaison officer presented challenge coin

The Honorable Katherine G. Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy &
[Published: 3/1/2017

New vessel allows greater reach for scientists

A team with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center developed a vessel that provides
[Published: 12/19/2016

ERDC researcher surpasses 55 years in service to America

A researcher with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently reached a double milestone: Dr. Lyn
[Published: 11/1/2016