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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
7/1/2014 11:49:00 AM
During the month of April, 2014, the San Francisco District’s logistics team donated 337 items valued at $399,510 to the San Francisco School District thru the U.S. General Services Administration’s Computers for Learning program.
 
Education is a national priority. Every Child should be educated to his or her full potential. The Computers for Learning program helps accomplish this goal by increasing access to technology. Transferring a computer to a school gives students the resources to succeed and build a successful future for America. The Computers for Learning program places computers in classrooms and prepares children to contribute and compete in the 21st century. The CFL program allows government agencies to transfer excess computer equipment to schools and educational nonprofit organizations, giving special consideration to those with the greatest need.
Computers for Learning - Reusing the Government's Resources
5/8/2014 1:28:00 PM
An excavator breaches the Hamilton Wetland Restoration Project outboard levee in Novato, Calif. on Friday, April 25, 2014.
Final breach of the outboard levee at Hamilton Wetland complete
4/28/2014 4:14:00 PM
View of Hamilton Wetland project from outboard levee April 8.
Hamilton Wetland project nears completion
4/14/2014 4:08:00 PM
View of Hamilton Wetlands from outboard levee April 8.
Hamilton Wetland project nears completion
4/14/2014 4:08:00 PM
Construction crews work to lower the outboard levee at the Hamilton Wetland Restoration Project in Novato, Calif. April 8.
Hamilton Wetland project nears completion
4/14/2014 4:08:00 PM
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!
3/24/2014 7:01:00 PM
Iris Chavez, a San Francisco District project engineer, spoke to students at the Bay School of San Francisco about her experience with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and her current work on the Napa Salt Marsh Restoration Project during a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) outreach event Mar. 5.
STEM outreach highlighted during Women’s History Month
3/17/2014 5:03:00 PM
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