Southwestern Division Welcomes Ollar as new Deputy Commander
Michael Kinard, Lavon Lake Project Manager, discusses recent heavy rains in the Dallas area with Southwestern Division commander Brig. Gen. David C. Hill.
Flood or Drought: the Army Corps of Engineers is there
Michael Kinard, Lavon Lake Project Manager, discusses recent heavy rains in the Dallas area with Southwestern Division commander Brig. Gen. David C. Hill.
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SWD welcomes Ollar as new deputy commander

7/20/2015
DALLAS—Col. Donovan D. Ollar became the Deputy Commander of the Southwestern Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, on July 17, 2015. Prior to this assignment, he was Sidewinder 07, the Senior Engineer Trainer, National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif.

Flood or Drought: Army Corps of Engineers is there

7/1/2015
by Brig. Gen. David C. Hill Commander Southwestern Division DALLAS--Remember the drought? What a difference a year can make. I arrived at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division in Dallas about a year ago, and most of the region was in some stage of drought. News coverage highlighted striking images of thirsty lakes, shorelines receding with lakebeds cracked and dry, and low Corps reservoir levels. Communities chafed under lawn watering restrictions.

Corps of Engineers continues to monitor impact of rainfall on area lakes and reservoirs

5/18/2015
DALLAS—U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division units in both Fort Worth and Tulsa continue to monitor the impact of heavy rainfall on Corps-managed lakes and reservoirs within their areas as forecasters call for additional rainfall.

Flood or Drought: the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is there

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