US Army Corps of Engineers
Far East District

  • July

    Spotlight: Lt. Col. Collins

    Meet the incoming deputy commander of the Far East District, Lt. Col. Richard C. Collins. Lt. Col. Collins arrived at the Far East District after serving as the Chief of Facilities and Construction for the U.S. Army Pacific, programming projects in Korea and elsewhere. His philosophy is based on collaborating and cooperating to achieve success.
  • June

    Team training testifies of talent, tenacity

    The Far East District employs a talented and hard-working group of mechanics who maintain a diverse fleet of vehicles and equipment. To keep their skills sharp, the motor pool team attends training both locally and abroad.
  • VIPs visit Camp Humphreys

    Maj. Gen. Yenter visited the Republic of Korea to view construction progress on the Korea Relocation Program and to participate in the Eighth Army rehearsal of concept (ROC) drill. The ROC drill will prepare units for moving out of Seoul and areas near the Demilitarized Zone and into the central hubs of Camp Humphreys and U.S. Army Garrison Daegu.
  • Root Cause Analysis training presented

    Root Cause Analysis training was presented to several different audiences of the Far East District one week in May 2016; an overview of what Root Cause Analysis is and how it can be used with one or more of several tools to solve problems most effectively.
  • Emerging Leader selected

    Ka Young Shim, an architect in Engineering Division’s Design Branch, was recently selected as the Far East District’s “Emerging Leader.” The emerging leader program is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers initiative geared to develop employees’ leadership skills and future development.
  • May

    Team earns crucial certifications

    All eligible employees of the Resource Management Office and the Internal Review Office have earned DoD Financial Management certifications, a mandatory requirement which began in July 2014 for eligible employees in the 500 series (Financial Management) as a condition of employment due by 2016.
  • April

    Trio retires at large friendship event

    More than 300 people attended a hosted dinner honoring three retiring officers, Col. Philip A. Keller, Col. Michael D. Nyenhuis and Lt. Col. Mitchell A. DeMarais, on Friday, April 22, 2016. The event commemorated the three officers' over 95 years of combined service, and was presided over by Maj. Gen. James T. Walton, director of USFK Transformation and Restationing.
  • STEM event volunteers inform, inspire

    CAMPHUMPHREYS, Korea – Humphreys Central Elementary School students learned a bitabout how things
  • Tour gives glimpse of the future

    Far East District employees took the first of threeorientation tours of Camp Humphreys on April 12.
  • Tank install tells of task trials

    A recently completed project at Osan Air Base taught several important lessons about fuel tank installation and emphasizes the value of attention to detail.