The history you are about to read is a summary of the great work that the Huntsville Engineering and Support Center has accomplished over the last 10 years. In these few pages, it is impossible to fully capture the magnitude of the effort and energy that the hundreds of dedicated professional Center personnel have expended on behalf of the nation. Their work directly improved the lives of Military Members, their Families, other Department of Defense and non-DoD personnel around the world. The employees of the Center do this work not for fame or fortune, but because they know their effort is helping to improve the quality of life for our Armed Forces, improving quality and efficiencies in our numerous governmental agencies we support, and helping to provide vital security for our nation through our numerous regional and global programs. You will enjoy learning about the many, many changes and challenges the Huntsville Center has embraced over the past 10 years. The Center began to focus on quality for the customers and was the recipient of numerous Army-level quality awards. This focus on quality resulted in the Center becoming one of only a few organizations in the US Army Corps of Engineers to have its Quality Management System ISO 9000 certified in 2007. Organizationally, the Center continued to evolve in order to better serve the customers and stakeholders. For instance, in 2007, it gained the former Hazard, Toxic and Radioactive Waste Center of Expertise in Omaha, merging with the Military Munitions CX to form the Environment and Munitions Center of Expertise (EM CX). Global War on Terrorism programs were instituted after September 11 , 200l. Other CXs were established as well, such as the Installation Support Cx. New programs started such as the billion dollar Coalition Munitions Clearance (CMC) program in Iraq.