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March 15, 2021

JBLE-Eustis expanding main substation

The 733rd Civil Engineer Division is currently expanding JBLE-Eustis’ main substation—a project which will rejuvenate the installation’s electrical infrastructure and diminish the frequency and duration of power outages.

Aug. 10, 2020

Hurricane Ready: firefighters provide chainsaw training

As peak hurricane season approaches in Hampton Roads, late August through late October, firefighters assigned to the 733rd Civil Engineer Division Fire and Emergency Services provided chainsaw training to active duty U.S. Army Soldiers at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, August 6, 2020.

March 10, 2020

New year, new FE

The 733rd Civil Engineer Division is in the early phases of the Main Substation Repair Project, which will rejuvenate Fort Eustis’ electrical infrastructure, enabling optimal installation energy consumption and facilitating renewable energy resources in the future.

Aug. 21, 2019

Soldiers, Airmen work together to save lives during exercise

Service members assigned to Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, worked alongside one another to participate in a downed aircraft crash exercise at Felker Army Airfield, Aug. 13, 2019.

June 6, 2018

Trashing old habits, cleaning for a cause

According the Chesapeake Bay Program, the bay is the largest estuary in the U.S. with a watershed that spans more than 64,000 square miles. The watershed is home to an estimated 18 million people, and more than 3,600 species of plants and animals, including over 2,700 plant species, and 500 finfish and shellfish species.

Nov. 7, 2017

Uncovering time: Archeologists perform excavations at Eustis

A team made up of 733rd Civil Engineer Division Environmental Element archeologists and other contractors excavated on Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, 2017, to determine its historic significance.

May 31, 2017

Oh, deer: JBLE environmental ensures wildlife aids mission

Joint Base Langley-Eustis is comprised of roughly 11,000 acres, 8,000 of which are part of the natural forest landscape of Fort Eustis. In charge of preserving the natural resources across those 8,000 acres, enabling mission success across the installation, is the 733rd Civil Engineer Division environmental element. One of their most crucial roles is maintaining the deer population. This ensures the livelihood and protection of the installation’s wildlife, while also maintaining adequate training areas for U.S. Army Soldiers.