Silver Jackets: Many Partners, One team


Many Partners, One Team


For More Information Contact

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Wilmington District, Email, 910-251-4910

North Carolina Silver Jackets Risk Management Coordinating Council (RMCC)

The North Carolina Risk Management Coordinating Council is the entity managing the state hazard mitigation and functions as the state Silver Jackets team. The Team’s efforts will support flood mitigation actions and the goals and objectives in the 2018 enhanced state hazard mitigation plan:


  • Support mitigation planning at all levels of government, including all Tribal Nations, in North Carolina to ensure every community has the opportunity to participate in a systematic mitigation planning process and has an approved and adopted hazard mitigation plan.
  • Provide the public with proper risk information and availability of early warning systems for events to the extent possible.
  • Ensure community level resilience through empowering individuals and communities to make informed decisions to facilitate actions as necessary to adapt to, withstand, and quickly recover from future incidents.
  • Achieve a measurable decrease in the long-term vulnerability of North Carolina against all hazards.
  • Identify all threats and hazards most likely to impact North Carolina based on sound science and through coordination and collaboration with local, state, and federal agencies. 6. Complete risk and disaster resilience assessments at the local level, defining localized vulnerabilities and consequences associated with potential hazards.


  • Hazards: Continuously identify new hazards and address each of the hazards identified in this plan through at least two actions.
  • Data: Collect spatial data on each of the hazards outlined in this plan and collect exposure data concerning people, property, and other features likely to be impacted by all identified hazards.
  • Applications: Develop new, and maintain/enhance existing applications and software to assist local officials, state officials, and other stakeholders in reducing risk.
  • Risk Assessments: Carry out risk assessments for each of the hazards identified in this plan and help local governments use this information to mitigate these hazards.
  • Training/Outreach: Provide technical assistance and training to local governments and other state agencies to help utilize state tools and information and conduct outreach to receive feedback from these stakeholders.
  • Technology: Emphasize the use of technology to identify risk, advance mitigation goals, and improve the implementation of mitigation actions.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers supports state-led Silver Jackets Teams through its Flood Risk Management Program.