Wilmington District Header Image



Home > Media > Images

Image Gallery

Next Last
Mitch Hall, Wilmington District Chief of Geotechnical and Dam Safety Section, takes notes to assist with design and construction of repairs to Semmes Lake Dam at Fort Jackson, SC in 2015. (Please see article in lower right corner of this page under News Stories.)
District Wins Dam Safety Team of the Year
11/14/2018 1:03:00 PM
Right now is one of the best times to come camping at Philpott Lake. The lake is peaceful and quiet, the weather is cool, and the trees are beautiful. Please call the Visitor Assistance Center at (276) 629-2703. (USACE photo by Brian Stewart)
Fall Camping at Philpott Lake
11/6/2018 2:54:00 PM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Director of Contracting, Brig. Gen. Michael Hoskins, visited the Wilmington District on Oct 17. He recognized the Contracting Branch and presented the entire staff with a Star Notes. He also presented individual Star Notes to contract specialists Jere West and Ros Shoemaker.
District Contracting Team Receives Star Recognition
10/18/2018 12:06:00 PM
The effects of Hurricane Michael at the Wilmington District's Philpott Dam and Reservoir in Bassette, Virginia have closed several facilities. The Philpott Marina is closed due to the walkway being underwater, and all electric sites (1-47) in the Salthouse Branch campsite are closed. In addition, all boat ramps in Salthouse and Goose Point are closed, and the shelter at Twin Ridge is underwater.
Closures at Philpott Dam and Reservoir
10/12/2018 3:41:00 PM
Just weeks after Hurricane Florence flooded many parts of Wilmington, water from the Cape Fear River managed to creep back onto the city's streets at high tide on Oct. 11. Wilmington District water managers continue to monitor downstream river flows in the Neusse River and Cape Fear River basins after Hurricane Michael caused flooding in the Piedmont region and other areas of North Carolina.
Cape Fear River Briefly Spills Back into Downtown Wilmington
10/12/2018 3:15:00 PM
Wilmington District Chief of Navigation Roger Bullock stands before a pipeline dredge pontoon that was removed from the bottom of the Cape Fear River on Sept. 29 by salvage contractor Donjon Marine. Contractors also removed two large boulders and a boat from the Wilmington Harbor. The U.S. Coast Guard reports the federal channel in the Cape Fear River is free of obstructions.
Obstacles Removed from Federal Channel in Cape Fear River
10/1/2018 2:24:00 PM
A team from the USACE Field Research Facility (FRF) based at Duck, NC collects data with a drone at Wrightsville Beach. The data will help calculate the quantity of material lost due to Hurricane Florence. The Duck facility is part of the Corps' Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) headquartered in Vicksburg, Mississippi. (USACE photo by Trevor Lancaster)
USACE Collects Aerial Data From Wrightsville Beach
9/28/2018 10:42:00 AM
Contract divers continue collecting images for obstructions to the federal channel in the Cape Fear River. The contractors survey with multi-beam and side scans for identified targets for possible assessment and identification prior to deploying divers into the Wilmington Harbor. (USACE photo by Brooks Hubbard)
Searching for Obstructions in Cape Fear River
9/27/2018 1:42:00 PM
Next Last