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Brig. Gen. Kent D. Savre, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, North Atlantic Division, passes the Corps flag to Col. Christopher Barron in a Change of Command ceremony today at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Mass. Barron is now the district engineer and commander of the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, assuming the command from Col. Charles Samaris. The custom of acknowledging a change in command officers of a military unit is a formal ceremony and dates back to pre-Roman times. The ceremony emphasizes the continuity of leadership and unit identity, despite changes in individual authority, and symbolizes the transfer of command responsibility from one individual to another. This transfer is physically represented by passing the Command Flag, the tangible symbol of the unit, from the outgoing commander to the next senior commander to the new commander.

7/31/2014 11:22:00 AM
Col. Christopher Barron, of Goshen, N.Y., assumed command of the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, July 31, 2014. Barron’s most recent assignment was as the U.S. Army War College’s Visiting Defense Fellow at Queens University, in Kingston, Ontario. He graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in physics and was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1991.

7/30/2014 2:52:00 PM
Carlos Quinones, Craney Island acting chief, points to the site’s contrasting safety and health management files before and after they earned their VPP Star status.

7/28/2014 9:29:00 PM
Jason Shea, supervisory civil engineer, worked with a student and teacher to build small wooden structures on stilts, then illustrated how the forces of wind, water or an earthquake can cause them to collapse.
New York District personnel support National Engineers Week
3/4/2014 12:35:00 PM
Amanda Switzer, project manager and environmental scientist, uses a diorama to explain how salt spread on roads during winter can harm the environment.
New York District Personnel support National Engineers Week
3/4/2014 12:33:00 PM
Historic Fort Norfolk, Va.
Historic Fort Norfolk
2/21/2014 3:48:00 PM
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Construction crews move dirt and prepare the ground at the Arlington National Cemetery Millennium Expansion Project, Feb. 19, 2014. The 27-acre project will add nearly 30,000 burial and niche spaces with a mix of above-ground columbariums and in-ground burials. The project also involves restoring an impaired stream that runs through the area. (U.S. Army photo/Patrick Bloodgood)

2/21/2014 2:47:00 PM
During a visit to New York City Aug. 20-21, 2013, Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commanding General and Chief of Engineers, and Ms. Jo-Ellen Darcy, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), receive an update on the Corps' Hurricane Sandy recovery and resiliency operations, including site visits to observe sand placement activities aimed at restoring coastal storm risk reduction projects. (Photo by Hector Mosley)
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10/3/2013 8:51:00 AM
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