Toy on Dillard
South Pacific Division Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Toy Visits the San Francisco District
South Pacific Division Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Toy watches as the crew of the all purpose vessel The Dillard removes debris from Richmond Harbor in the San Francisco Bay. It was one of several Corps projects he visited during his July tour of the district.
SELFLESS SERVICE
SAN FRANCISCO - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District Deputy Commander Maj. (P) Adam J. Czekanski received the Soldier's Medal from South Pacific Division Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Toy for his actions of valor and heroism earlier this year when he jumped onto the tracks as a commuter train was approaching to save a fellow rider who had fallen due to an apparent seizure. Pictured from left are Toy, Czekanski, his wife, Wendi, San Francisco District Commander Lt. Col. John C. Morrow, and Nicholas and Annabelle Czekanski.
Brig. Gen. C. David Turner (right) passes the Corps of Engineers flag to incoming District Commander Lt. Col. John Morrow signaling the transfer of command responsibility during the change of command ceremony at the Bay Model Visitor Center, June 27, 2014.

The San Francisco District bid farewell to Lt. Col. John Baker and welcomed Lt. Col. John Morrow as the District's 54th commander.
San Francisco District Change of Command
Brig. Gen. C. David Turner (right) passes the Corps of Engineers flag to incoming District Commander Lt. Col. John Morrow signaling the transfer of command responsibility during the change of command ceremony at the Bay Model Visitor Center, June 27, 2014. The San Francisco District bid farewell to Lt. Col. John Baker and welcomed Lt. Col. John Morrow as the District's 54th commander.
San Francisco District Commander Lt. Col. John Morrow aboard the all purpose vessel The Dillard in the Port of Richmond, CA.
Lt. Col. John Morrow reviews dredging operations in the Port of Richmond in San Francisco Bay.
Construction crews work to lower the outboard levee at the Hamilton Wetland Restoration Project in Novato, Calif. April 8.
Hamilton Wetland project nears completion
Construction crews work to lower the outboard levee at the Hamilton Wetland Restoration Project in Novato, Calif. April 8.
Securing the Region's Future Through Water
Securing the Region's Future Through Water
Sometimes people ask what the US Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District does? We manage the region's water resources. Watch this video and see how the Corps of Engineers impacts your life!
Rachel Coyner, a San Francisco District project engineer, was presented the "2013 Outstanding Younger Civil Engineer in the State of California" award during the 2013 American Society of Engineers (ASCE) region 9 awards ceremony March 14. 

The ASCE Region 9 Individual Awards were presented at the 2014 California Infrastructure Symposium Awards Dinner to recognize individuals for outstanding achievements or leadership in civil engineering, or who through their work, support and advance the profession. Rachel Coyner currently serves as the ASCE San Francisco Younger Member Forum President and has been active in the ASCE organization since 2008 when she joined as a University of Nevada, Reno student member.
 
Rachel (Center) was joined by Lyn Gillespie, district ETS chief and Maj. Adam Czekanski, district deputy commander at the awards ceremony.
Congratulations Rachel!
Rachel Coyner, a San Francisco District project engineer, was presented the "2013 Outstanding Younger Civil Engineer in the State of California" award during the 2013 American Society of Engineers (ASCE) region 9 awards ceremony March 14. Rachel (Center) was joined by Lyn Gillespie, district ETS chief and Maj. Adam Czekanski, district deputy commander at the awards ceremony.

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