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The John Day Dam spans the Columbia River in the northwestern United States. The dam features a navigation lock with one of the highest lifts, 110 feet, of any U.S. lock. The reservoir impounded by the dam is Lake Umatilla and is part of the Columbia River Basin system of dams. It's 16 generators produce 135 megawatts of power each.
John Day Dam
The John Day Dam spans the Columbia River in the northwestern United States. The dam features a navigation lock with one of the highest lifts, 110 feet, of any U.S. lock. The reservoir impounded by the dam is Lake Umatilla and is part of the Columbia River Basin system of dams. It's 16 generators produce 135 megawatts of power each.
The 27 Penstocks at Chief Joseph Dam measure 25 feet in diameter feed water into the turbines at the dam to generate hydropower near Bridgeport, Washington.
Penstocks at Chief Joseph Dam
The 27 Penstocks at Chief Joseph Dam measure 25 feet in diameter feed water into the turbines at the dam to generate hydropower near Bridgeport, Washington.
Senior Engineer at Ice Harbor Dam near Walla Walla District explains a generator failure to Hydropower Interns.
Hydropower Interns
Senior Engineer at Ice Harbor Dam near Walla Walla District explains a generator failure to Hydropower Interns.
Colonel John W. Henderson became commander of the Omaha District July 31, 2015.
District Commander
Colonel John W. Henderson became commander of the Omaha District July 31, 2015.
Major General Richard L. Stevens meets with leaders from the Northwestern Division during a change of command in Portland, Ore. July 16, 2015. (left to right: LTC Vail, Walla Walla District; COL Sexton, Kansas City District; COL Aguilar, Portland District; MG Stevens; BG Spellmon, Northwestern Division; COL Buck, Seattle District; COL Cross, Omaha District)
Major General Stevens Meets With Northwestern Division Leaders
Major General Richard L. Stevens meets with leaders from the Northwestern Division during a change of command in Portland, Ore. July 16, 2015. (left to right: LTC Vail, Walla Walla District; COL Sexton, Kansas City District; COL Aguilar, Portland District; MG Stevens; BG Spellmon, Northwestern Division; COL Buck, Seattle District; COL Cross, Omaha District)
Brigadier General Scott A. Spellmon assumed command of the Northwestern Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, on July 16, 2015. In this position, he will oversee an annual program of more than $3 billion in civil works, environmental restoration and military construction in more than a dozen states, primarily within the Columbia and Missouri river basins.
Northwestern Division Change of Command
Brigadier General Scott A. Spellmon assumed command of the Northwestern Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, on July 16, 2015. In this position, he will oversee an annual program of more than $3 billion in civil works, environmental restoration and military construction in more than a dozen states, primarily within the Columbia and Missouri river basins.