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Maj. Timothy J. Marshall is new Deputy Commander for Corps of Engineers

Published April 29, 2008
MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 29, 2008 – Maj. Timothy J. Marshall has been assigned as Deputy District
Commander for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District.

A Texas native, Maj. Marshall has served in the Army for 16 years. His most recent assignment
was as Executive Officer for the 92nd Engineer Combat Battalion (Heavy) at Fort Stewart, Ga. He has
also served two combat tours in Iraq and been assigned to duty in Korea.

In his new position, Maj. Marshall will assist the District Commander in his responsibilities for
directing flood risk management, navigation, environmental stewardship, emergency operations, other
authorized civil works and work for others in a six-state area encompassing 26,000 square miles and 355 miles of the Mississippi River. He provides leadership, direction, and guidance to the District staff,
executes programs for the welfare and training of 600 civilian and military personnel, and assists in the
planning, programming, and execution of a civil works budget. He also serves as District Commander
in the Commander’s absence.

Maj. Marshall received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and mathematics from
Vanderbilt University, a master of science degree in engineering management from the University of
Missouri-Rolla and a master of arts degree in national security and strategic studies from the U.S. Naval War College at Newport, R.I.
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