The U.S. Coast Guard, the oldest of the nation’s armed military service branches, has not always gotten the respect it has earned and deserves. Historically it has not always been… Read More
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One of the most encouraging stories of 2018 has been Congress’ bipartisan determination to address infrastructure needs. Once it became clear that infrastructure plans floated by President Trump were unacceptable… Read More
Last week, the National Waterways Foundation released a long-awaited report titled “How Project Selection In the Corps of Engineers Is Affected By Benefit-Cost Ratio (BCR) Analysis.” It’s dense and weedy,… Read More