Silver Jackets: Many Partners, One team


Many Partners, One Team


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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Tulsa District, Email

Oklahoma Silver Jackets


Support comprehensive and sustainable actions that reduce risks from flooding and other hazards to provide risk reduction benefits through greater protection of life and property.


Implement collaborate mitigation risk reduction strategies and projects that increase resiliency and reduce impacts of hazards to homes, businesses, and social systems within Oklahoma.

The team’s goals are to:

  • Provide technical assistance to reduce vulnerability and consequences of flooding and other hazards
  • Collaborate with key partners to develop risk reduction strategies
  • Jointly develop risk assessments and other hazards risk identification for impacted communities.
  • Complete educational opportunities such as exercises, workshops, training course, and classes.
  • Support engagement with all partners and stakeholders to communicate risk of hazards.

Team Activities

Team Activities Include

  • Oklahoma Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
  • Eastern Shawnee Tribe Flash Flood Study
  • Choctaw Tribe Infrastructure Assessment
  • Miami Oklahoma Flooding Assessment
  • Community Resilience Project - Lake Tenkiller
  • Community Resilience Project Broken Bow
  • Catastrophic Flood Resilience and Response Exercise Oklahoma City Oklahoma
  • Catastrophic Flood Resilience and Response Exercise Wichita Levee, Wichita KS.

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