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Japan Engineer District Operations Officer Lt. Col. Daniel A. Antolos has his rank pinned on by his wife and daughter during his promotion ceremony, while JED Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. looks on proudly.
Dennis Potter retires after a total of 48 years of combined military and civilian service.
Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and Kanagawa Project Engineer Capt. Uchechukwu I. Njoku take a photo with Japanese Ground Self Defense Forces Engineer School Staff and Students during their visit to JED And Camp Zama.
Japan Engineer District hosted the Bilateral Senior Engineer Conference February 20-22 at the New Sanno Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. This was the first time the conference has been held with our Japanese Alliance partners in attendance.
USACE Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr meets with Naval Facilities Far East Commander Capt. Michael D. Kenney, Jr. during his visit to the Yokosuka Resident Office.
USACE Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr compares the project plans to the actual under construction Yokosuka Child Development Center during his visit to the Yokosuka Resident Office.
Attendees at the 2019 Bilateral Senior Engineer Conference listen to the final day's briefings.
Japan Ground Self Defense Force Engineer Students take aim in the Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 during their visit to Japan Engineer District and Camp Zama.
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.
USACE Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr takes a picture with the Yokosuka Resident Office team. Many of our Japanese teammates worked with Wehr when he was stationed in Yokosuka many years ago.
Yokota Resident Office Project Engineer Ruel C. Binonwangan gives a tour of the almost completed transmitter facility to Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell, Jr. and Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Daniel A. Segura.
USACE Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr and Pacific Ocean Division Commander Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Tickner visit the under construction Yokosuka Child Development Center.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr and US Forces Japan Deputy Commander Brig. Gen. Christopher J. Mahoney talk before the final day of the Bilateral Senior Engineer Conference.

Latest News Stories

Potter Comes Full Circle

Dennis Potter, a civil engineer with Japan Engineer District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is wrapping up a distinguished career of service much like it started, serving the United States from the great country of Japan.
Published: 5/1/2019

JED Enhances USMC Readiness

Japan Engineer District (JED) recently completed a $36 million Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) MILCON project at USMC Ie Shima training area, providing a capability for the first time outside the continental United States.
Published: 4/29/2019

The Miracle Project: delivering a world‐class project and meeting stakeholders' expectations

On 5 March 2019 the Transmitter Project was completed at Yokota Air Base, Japan and turned over to the end‐users. It's a part of the growing Military Construction (MILCON) Program under Yokota Resident Office's (YRO) area of responsibility in support of the missions in the United States Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) / United States Special Operations Command Pacific (SOCPAC).
Published: 4/26/2019

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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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