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  • US Army Corps of Engineers (Keystone Project) US Army Corps of Engineers (Keystone Project)

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Mission Statement

Deliver vital public and military engineering services; partnering in peace and war to strengthen our Nation’s security, energize the economy and reduce risks from disasters. The Environmental Mission of the Corps is to carry out the mandate of the National Environmental Policy Act 1969 to, "...encourage productive and enjoyable harmony between man and his environment..."

Description

Tulsa District was founded in 1939 in the heartland of the country to provide engineering support to the nation at a time of great contrast. The vivid memories of the 1936 flood - one of the greatest and most widespread flooding disasters ever seen - contrasted with the drought which tried to squeeze the life out of every living thing. These tragic events helped bind the citizens and the local and federal governments into a strong problem-solving union. Tulsa District professionals developed a spirit and dedication which has carried the district through almost 75 years of service to the nation.

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