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Technicians use electromagnetic metal detectors to determine if an item below ground is a military munition. Huntsville Center’s Ordnance and Explosives Military Munitions Design Center manages and executes many of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Military Munitions Response Program projects for Formerly Used Defense Site and Base Realignment and Closure sites.
Personnel apply absorbent rolls to a simulated hazardous material spill during a training scenario at U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz in 2019. U.S. Army Installation Management Command garrisons are more efficient and effective at management, tracking, and reporting of hazardous materials thanks to the Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health – Management Information System implementation team of Huntsville Center’s Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise.
Dr. Charles Brandon, Director, Army Office of Business Transformation Process Improvement Program, awards Carolyn Harris, Huntsville Center's Program Improvement Manager, her Lean Six Sigma Master Black belt certificate in December. Harris is one of six MBBs in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
A Resource Efficiency Manager recently instituted a 50001 Ready team to meet energy and water security resilience and reduction goals at Radford Army Ammunition Plant in Radford, Virginia. Huntsville Center manages the REM program for the Army.
Evan Meier, the son of Thomas and Katherine Meier, and 6th grade student uses his 3D printer to create face masks and face shields for local hospital workers. Inspired by his aunt and YouTube program, "Smarter Every Day," the youth joined forces with 235 other Huntsville, Alabama, volunteers to make over 3,800 shields for area health care and first responders treating COVID-19 patients.
Don Monk, a project management specialist with Huntsville Center's Medical Outfitting and Transition Division, delivers the program from his home office in Birmingham, Ala. Monk has been teleworking regularly for years and has a set routine.
A mission-essential employee walks down a hallway at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville
James Buhr, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville project manager and Emergency Operations Center team member, listens during the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers daily commander’s telecon briefing March 25.
Antonio Santoscruz, (left) U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Emergency Operations Center operations and plans specialist, refers to a chart of COVID-19 response effort information during an EOC meeting with James Buhr, EOC team member (right) March 25.
Antonio Santoscruz, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Emergency Operations Center operations and plans specialist, compiles data for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers daily commander’s telecon briefing March 25.
Bill Ferguson, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Emergency Operations Center operations chief, prepares notes for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers daily commander’s telecon briefing March 25.
U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Emergency Operations Center staff observe social distancing during operations at the Huntsville Center headquarters March 25.
Jelani Ingram Huntsville Center Acting Branch Chief of Architecture, works to provide concept solutions and engineering sketches for alternate care facility assessments for Corps of Engineers districts to assist in the conversion of hotels, barracks and arenas into alternate care facilities capable of providing care during our nation’s efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
General Services Administration has initiated a 60-day extension to the System for Award Management website.
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“Growing up, My Grandmother was my rock. She always provided me and my family guidance and direction on doing the right thing and making our life better than hers.  She was my inspiration for everything I did because I always wanted to make her proud.”
Pallets of supplies await to be craned aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) at Naval Base San Diego, March 21. Huntsville Center is providing an $187,000 information technology software acquisition for the Mercy as the ship serves as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals.
“Be Safe, Be Flexible, and Continue the GREAT Work!” ~ Col. Marvin L. Griffin, commander Huntsville Center
John Trudell, Huntsville Center Resource Efficiency Manager program manager, and Dan Howett, Federal Account Representative, Carrier Corporation, discusses the Chillers 101 presentation Howett made during the Army REM Workshop 2020 at the University of Alabama-Huntsville campus March 10-12.
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Center is closely following COVID-19 updates. Out of an abundance of caution to prevent the spread of the virus, Huntsville Center is limiting access to its facility to current employees, contractors and essential services personnel until further notice. 
"Protecting our employees and our community is our top priority. We will take all necessary precautions to keep everyone safe while keeping the mission going," said Huntsville Center Commander Colonel Marvin Griffin. "We are following all public health directives and will continue to keep our workforce and our stakeholders informed during this pandemic."
For more information on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers COVID-19 related information go to https://www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus/

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