The Army has made several changes in its Corps of Engineers senior positions, including the selection of a new deputy chief of engineers and a new head of military and international operations. The moves are part of what industry officials say is the Army's typical spring and summer changes in top-officer assignments.
Among a group of shifts in important Corps jobs, the Army on April 14 named Maj. Gen. Michael C. Wehr as deputy chief of engineers and a deputy commanding general. Wehr, who has led the Corps Mississippi Valley Division since August 2014, will succeed Maj. Gen. Richard L. Stevens as the Corps' No. 2 official.