US Army Corps of Engineers
Japan District

Maj.Taylor Oney has his rank changed by his daughter during his promotion ceremony on Yokota Air Base, Japan.
Director General for Facilities and Installations, Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of Defense, Government of Japan Hirotomo Hirai addresses the Bilateral Senior Engineer Conference attendees on the final day of the conference.
Misawa Resident Office Resident Engineer Guillermo Provencio shows the ongoing school renovation to Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Members of the Misawa Resident Office give Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert a tour of various project sites during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Japan Engineer District hosted a meeting with their partners from the Air Force and Japanese Ministry of Defense to discuss the planning and execution of various construction projects throughout Japan.
Engineers and senior leaders from around the Pacific region and Washington D.C. attend the 2019 Bilateral Senior Engineer Conference to discuss construction in Japan. Members of the Japanese Ministry of Defense also attended this conference to share their views and knowledge.
One of the benefits of working at Camp Zama is being so close to a dynamic and modern city of Tokyo.
Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell, Jr. takes in the view of Japan on his way to take possession of a building on Sagami Depot.

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Engineer receives prestigious de Fleury Medal

VICKSBURG, Miss. (April 15, 2019) – When David Richards was a recent college graduate working his first job as a hydrologist in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, he knew that he wanted to do research and make a significant impact in that world. Fast forward about 40 years, and that impact was recently recognized with the prestigious bronze de Fleury Medal awarded to Richards for his service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 
Published: 4/19/2019

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Published: 4/18/2019

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Join Our Team!!

Welcome to the Japan District, the engineering and construction agency of choice in Japan! Joining the Japan District is an opportunity to make a lasting contribution to support the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and their families living and working in Japan. Join a values-based organization and multi-disciplined workforce of more than 450 skilled civilians, dedicated Soldiers and highly qualified Japanese National employees who provide a wide range of engineering and construction support to U.S. Forces and governmental activities throughout Japan.  Read more about the exciting opportunities available with the district! The video below will provide you some insight into what it's like to work for the Corps in Japan.



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