Army Corps of Engineers Continue With Cleanup Efforts After Hurricane Sandy

Department of Defense Photo Essay

  • Caven Point Marine Terminal in Jersey City, N.J., shows extensive damage from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, Nov. 2, 2012.  DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • A civilian watercraft lands in a pile alongside Army watercraft and equipment at Caven Point Marine Terminal in Jersey City, N.J., Nov. 2, 2012.  DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Members of the 249th Engineer Battalion of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tour Hoboken Station, N.J., Nov., 2, 2012. The station's management asked for assistance from the engineers shortly after the tour because the station has been without power since Hurricane Sandy first struck the region.  DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • A sailor places a barrier at the Hoboken, N.J., transportation center, Nov. 2, 2012. The transportation hub had lost power and suffered flooding from Hurricane Sandy. The sailor is assigned to the USS Wasp. DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Navy Seaman Angel Garcia places barriers around the Hoboken, N.J., transportation center, Nov. 2, 2012. The center has been without power since Hurricane Sandy first struck the region. Garcia is assigned to the USS Wasp. DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Army Major Gen. Kendall P. Cox, left, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers deputy commanding general for military and international operations, Col. Paul Owens, New York District Commander, center, and Joe Seebode, civilian deputy district engineer, discuss a plan of action to restore power to Hoboken Station, N.J., Nov. 2, 2012.  DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Soldiers walk past pumps in Battery Park in lower Manhattan, Nov. 2, 2012. The pumps are draining an underpass flooded by Hurricane Sandy. The soldiers are assigned to the 249th Engineer Battalion. DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Water pours into New York Harbor from pumps displacing water flooding the Battery Park underpass in lower Manhattan, Nov. 2, 2012. The 249th Engineer Battalion is continuing its work of alleviating flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy. DOD photo by EJ Hersom
  • Army Major Gen. Kendall P. Cox, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers deputy commanding general for military and international operations, thanks his civillian workers for their efforts handling cleanup efforts after Hurricane Sandy caused extensive damage to the New York City region, Nov. 2, 2012. DOD photo by EJ Hersom