The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working in partnership with the local, state, and federal response to Hurricane Ida. USACE personnel are deployed and engaged, coordinating with local, state, and federal partners in the affected areas. Our number one priority continues to be the life, health, and safety of all who are affected by Hurricane Ida.
USACE has deployed Emergency Support Function 3 (ESF 3) Team Leaders/Assistant Team Leaders, a Temporary Power Planning & Response Team (PRT) and 249th Engineer Battalion Soldiers. USACE has also deployed a Temporary Roofing planning group, and technical Subject Matter Experts, including Debris, Hydraulic and Infrastructure SMEs, in support of the local, state, and federal response.
USACE conducts its emergency response activities under two basic authorities – Public Law 84-99 (Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies), and when mission assigned by FEMA under the Stafford Disaster and Emergency Assistance Act.
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