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New York District engineer Ian Pumo (left) with George Newbury from the Army Geospatial Center on New York's Fire Island (south shore of Long Island). The pickup is fitted with an Optech Lynx Mobile Mapper M1, capable of capturing one million points of data per second.
New York District engineer wins FEB award for cutting-edge technology study
New York District engineer Ian Pumo (left) with George Newbury from the Army Geospatial Center on New York's Fire Island (south shore of Long Island). The pickup is fitted with an Optech Lynx Mobile Mapper M1, capable of capturing one million points of data per second.
Members of the 105th Air Wing of the New York Air National Guard, recruiters, and Cartavius Whitehead (center, white shirt) New York District program manager and chief of the Metro New York-New Jersey Acquisition Branch in the Real Estate Division, pictured inside the recently-opened career center in the Bronx, a borough of New York City.
New York District Real Estate Division supports armed forces recruiting, local communities
Members of the 105th Air Wing of the New York Air National Guard, recruiters, and Cartavius Whitehead (center, white shirt) New York District program manager and chief of the Metro New York-New Jersey Acquisition Branch in the Real Estate Division, pictured inside the recently-opened career center in the Bronx, a borough of New York City.
New flight center takes off
In the skies somewhere above the Middle East, several Blackhawk helicopters hover. Their doors open and American service members exit and swiftly descend by rope to the ground. They move in on high value targets of interest and confiscate their weapons, ammunition and intel. What helped to make this mission a success was the fast rope system installed on the Blackhawks by the Flight Activity Center that is part of the Communications Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) in Lakehurst, New Jersey. In order for the center to continue to create these much needed technologies, they realized they had to upgrade their facilities to match the challenges being presented during their missions. As a result, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District is constructing a new energy-efficient multi-purpose complex that will help the center to continue their important mission while at the same time save the base and taxpayers considerable money.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York/New Jersey Harbor Deepening program is an ongoing effort to deepen the main navigation channels in the Port of New York and New Jersey that support the container terminals.
New York/New Jersey Harbor Deepening Program
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York/New Jersey Harbor Deepening program is an ongoing effort to deepen the main navigation channels in the Port of New York and New Jersey that support the container terminals.

 

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