Memphis Power Team deploys to Alabama ahead of Hurricane Ian landfall

Memphis District
Published Sept. 28, 2022
Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Memphis Emergency Ops team prepping for the district Power Team to deploy to Alabama, as part of emergency operations efforts in support of those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District has deployed a 20-member Emergency Power Planning and Response Team to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Hurricane Ian response.

The "Power Team" is deploying to Craig Field in Selma, Alabama, where FEMA has pre-staged 117 generators. The Power Team provides support ranging from technical expertise to "turn-key" installation of FEMA's emergency generators at critical public facilities such as hospitals and shelters.


Contact
Kenneth Williams
901-544-3360
kenneth.williams@usace.army.mil
or
Jessica Haas
(901) 544-3348
jessica.m.haas@usace.army.mil

Release no. 22-006