Hurricane Ida Support

USACE
Published Sept. 24, 2021
Hurricane Ida Support

Colonel Jayson Putnam, Captain Justin Adams, Jason Ritter and Kent Smith are currently supporting recovery operations in the wake of Hurricane Ida. They are a portion of a 24-person contingent from the Huntington District.

Hurricane Ida Support

Colonel Jayson Putnam, Captain Justin Adams, Jason Ritter and Kent Smith are currently supporting recovery operations in the wake of Hurricane Ida. They are a portion of a 24-person contingent from the Huntington District.

Hurricane Ida Support

Colonel Jayson Putnam, Captain Justin Adams, Jason Ritter and Kent Smith are currently supporting recovery operations in the wake of Hurricane Ida. They are a portion of a 24-person contingent from the Huntington District.

Colonel Jayson Putnam, Captain Justin Adams, Jason Ritter and Kent Smith are currently supporting recovery operations in the wake of Hurricane Ida. They are a portion of a 24-person contingent from the Huntington District.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is working in partnership with the local, state, and federal response to Hurricane Ida in Louisiana. More than 810 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.