Range and Training Land Program

Soldiers conduct a dismounted patrol at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin. Calif.
An electric vehicle charges its battery at one of the seven solar-powered charging stations recently installed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville awarded contracts and are providing technical oversight for nearly 500 of these stations at Army installations as part of the service's initiative to transition to a fully electric vehicle fleet by 2050. (Photo by Chris Putman)
A screenshot of the USACE Safety Trainer 360 shows the first-person perspective of a user navigating the simulated construction site. The virtual reality game, developed through a partnership between the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville and the Army Game Studio, was recently unveiled during a construction safety course led by the Center’s Safety Office. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)
Kyle Shireman, Huntsville Center safety manager and visionary behind the Center’s new USACE Safety Trainer 360, explains how to use the virtual reality construction safety game’s headset and controllers to Shane Henry, audit technician, during a Occupational Safety and Health Administration 10-Hour Training Course held at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)
Steve Lamas, visual information specialist, and Ryan Strange, research physical scientist for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems program at Huntsville Center, use an unmanned aerial vehicle to provide aerial images of a simulated accident scene during the Safety Investigation Board training at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville in December.
Joshua Lecroy, safety and occupational health specialist, and Kyle Shireman, safety manager, interview Dawn Douglas, aka "Billy," during a simulated accident investigation during the Safety Investigation Board course at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville on Dec. 7, 2022. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)
Marty Werdebaugh, USACE Safety Investigation Board course instructor, speaks to students during their investigation of a simulated workplace accident on the second day of training at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville on Dec. 7, 2022. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)
Of the 979 Federal Employee Viewpoint Surveys administered to Huntsville Center employees, almost 682 completed the survey for a response rate of 69.9 percent, the second highest response rate in USACE.
Group photo of attendees at the e U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Talent Acquisition Workshop
Karen Pane, center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers human resources director, listens during a presentation at the USACE Talent Acquisition Workshop at the USACE Learning Center at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., Dec. 8.. The workshop focused on collaboration across the USACE human resources enterprise to keep talent acquisition professionals synchronized in their efforts.
Brandon Rutkowski, Detroit District management analyst, addresses attendees at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Talent Acquisition Workshop at the USACE Learning Center at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., Dec. 7. The workshop focused on collaboration across the USACE enterprise to keep talent acquisition professionals synchronized in t
Amanda Sticker, Huntsville Center engineer, and Ellen Haapoja, geophysicist, teach students explosives safety during Columbia Elementary School's "Community Heroes Day" in Madison, Alabama, on Friday, Nov. 18.
Students and instructors conduct test flights at the Small Unmanned Aircraft Safety Qualification Course held at the Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville.
Students and instructors conduct test flights at the Small Unmanned Aircraft Safety Qualification Course held at the Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville.
Rob Snyder, CMD Integration officer at the U.S. Army Evaluation Center presents Huntsville Center employee Allyn Allison a Commander's coin and 3-star note in honor of his 21 years of service.
USACE employees and contractors visit a cleanup site on Redstone Arsenal during their quarterly RCWM meeting.
USACE employees and contractors visit a cleanup site on Redstone Arsenal during their quarterly RCWM meeting.
Chip Marin speaks to a crowd at the Huntsville Center Small Business Industry Day.
Alex Chestnut, chemist, and Sabrina Duncan, environmental engineer, color a Breast Cancer Awareness Month poster during a training break October 12, 2022. The poster, hung up in the hallway at Huntsville Center during the entire month of October, is one of many ways the Safety Office and breast cancer survivor Tara Payne are raising awareness about the importance of screenings and early detection. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)
Tara Payne, safety and occupational health manager, Huntsville Center, rings the bell signifying her final cancer treatment at Clearview Cancer Institute on September 29, 2022. (Photo by Kristen Bergeson)

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