Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, Commander and Chief Engineer of the Army Corps of Engineers, makes a point during the Corps’ recent “Leaders Emeritus” session. At left is our founder Bob Dawson and in the center is our colleague Maj. Gen. (ret) Bo Temple.
On March 6, Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, Commander and Chief of Engineers for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and other Corps of Engineers leaders hosted the Corps’ annual “Leaders Emeritus” meeting at Corps headquarters in Washington, DC. I was honored to take part with about 60 former Corps leaders, which included several other Dawson & Associates colleagues:
Robert Dawson, our founder,
Gen. (ret) Bruce Berwick,
Gen. (ret) Robert Griffin,
Gen. (ret) Bo Temple,
Les Edelman, former Corps Chief Counsel,
Steve Stockton, former Director of Army Civil Works,
Dwight Beranek, former Deputy Director of Military Programs,
Gary Loew, former head of Civil Works’ Programs Integration Division
Joe Tyler, former Director of Military Programs and
Bill Roper, former Director of Worldwide Research & Development.
Overall, this year’s “Leaders Emeritus” meeting was a wonderful reminder that the Corps of Engineers is led by many truly remarkable men and women. Essayons!
Maj. Gen. (ret) Don Riley Senior Advisor
A member of the Dawson team since 2010, Don spent 37 years in the U.S. Army and served as Deputy Commanding General of the Army Corps of Engineers.