A smile is a beautiful thing!

KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan 

Building strong, building quality and building safely— there are three mandates forming the foundation of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers training program targeted toward contractors who build the facilities in Afghanistan that make it possible for the Afghan government to improve services for its people.
Every month, more than 20 Afghans, Turks, Indians and others attend the Afghanistan Engineer District-South’s two-day construction quality management training seminars, which are designed to teach contractors about USACE processes and quality expectations.

“This training gives contractors the knowledge they need to adhere to Corps’ processes on quality control,” said Frank Scopa, chief of the quality assurance branch at Forward Operating Base Lindsey near Kandahar Airfield.

“For the process to work and to deliver quality products, everyone needs to understand their role within the team and must be active supporters of USACE processes,” Scopa continued. “The need for quality and safety cannot be understated.”

Jennifer all geared up to inspect her work as project manager.

For more information on USACE http://www.aed.usace.army.mil/AES/

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. californiacruisin
    Oct 18, 2011 @ 14:39:10

    She does have a beautiful smile! She looks a lot like you, Syrin.

    Reply

  2. daisydem
    Oct 18, 2011 @ 15:27:53

    What a smile!

    Reply

  3. climber357
    Oct 19, 2011 @ 08:40:42

    You just know sarah would give an arm and a leg for an action photo of any one of her children about to be dropped into a potential hot zone.

    Jennifer looks completely at home in a helicopter. And pretty damn good in a combat helmet and flak jacket.

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