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  • August

    Huntsville Center project manager takes strides to become a better leader

    It takes hard work and dedication to become a leader in the workplace as one Huntsville Center project manager recently learned. Huntsville leadership selected Shannon Ward to be this year’s Emerging Leader.
  • Team Redstone to celebrate Women's Equality Day

    In honor of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, Team Redstone is celebrating Women’s Equality Day 1:30 p.m. Aug. 23 in the Bob Jones Auditorium on Redstone Arsenal. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville is the lead for the event. The celebration will include a tribute to “Rosie the Riveter” and special guest speaker Lee Marshall, who will also perform an original song.
  • Cyclist helps kids pedal through rough patches

    A Facilities Division Branch Chief at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, turned his mountain biking hobby into a way to give back to the community. Through the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, Steve Goolsby is a certified head coach and encourages kids to keep pedaling through rough terrain, whether it is on the bike path or in life.
  • July

    New construction specifications created for Electronic Security Systems

    These guide specifications, pertain to Electronic Security Systems and Electronic Security System Acceptance Testing. The guidance includes the requirements security systems must meet and procedures on testing the systems once those requirements are met.
  • Corps workers lend a helping hand

    Civil Engineer Tommy Hunt, Chief of the Electronic Security Branch Steve Willoughby and Civil Engineer Mike Gooding work together every June to build a home for an underprivileged family through Mountain Outreach.
  • June

    Contracting officer creates howling good time for kids

    Huntsville Center, Energy Division contracting officer entertained children at Organizational Day and Team Redstone in the Park by transforming into Sergeant Woof. Woof is a dog who teaches children about the dangers of unexploded ordnance and the three R’s of ordnance safety: recognize, retreat and report.