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This aerial image, taken from a Colorado Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, shows flooded areas in Boulder County, Colo., Sept. 18, 2013. Colorado and Wyoming National Guardsmen and U.S. soldiers with the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade supported civil authorities for flood evacuations and operations. Colorado and Wyoming National Guard units were activated to provide assistance to people affected by massive flooding along Colorado's Front Range. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Jecca Geffre/Released)
2013 Colorado flooding
9/24/2013 11:18:00 AM
Graphical tropical weather outlook for Hurricane Sandy. Courtesy of National Hurricane Center.
Hurricane Sandy
10/29/2012 8:59:00 AM
Members of the Memphis District Emergency Power Planning and Response Team worked together Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, with local authorities in Plaquemines Parish, the Louisiana Army National Guard, the 249th Engineer Battalion (Prime Power) and contractor IAP to airlift an emergency generator. The 125 kilowatt generator was sling-loaded by the Louisiana Air National Guard and placed on top of a water storage tank at the Port Sulphur (Louisiana) Water Plant. Our 249th Prime Power Soldiers were on-site to assist with the placement of the generator, and then they installed the generator to power the storage pumps.  The Port Sulphur facility provides fresh drinking water to the entire area by pulling water from the Mississippi River.
Teamwork brings power to Plaquemines Parish
9/25/2012 11:30:00 AM
How the Corps is reducing risk in New Orleans. Comprehensive information on the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System, which is comprised of The System is comprised of numerous features including levees, floodwalls, floodgates, surge barriers and pump stations.
New Orleans Hurricane & Storm Damage Risk Reduction
8/29/2012 9:31:00 AM
Satellite image of Tropical Storm Isaac.  (Credit NOAA)
Tropical Storm Isaac
8/28/2012 8:35:00 AM
During this 2012 drought season, USACE has published guidance to coordinate a collective Common Operating Picture to monitor ongoing impacts on navigation, identified critical river gages as key monitors for navigation, and implemented Waterway Action Plans. In addition, USACE employs designated assets, such as dredges and survey boats, to prevent and mitigate impacts to navigation and critical works infrastructure. USACE is currently dredging in locations along the Upper Mississippi River, Lower Mississippi River, and the Ohio and Missouri Rivers. Additional locations will be dredged as river stages continue to fall.
US Drought Graphic
8/24/2012 4:07:00 PM
Crew members of the Dredge McFarland rescued a boater who had reportedly been floating in 48 degree water for nearly three hours and was only minutes away from being carried out of the harbor and into the open ocean.
The Dredge McFarland
1/27/2012 12:26:00 PM