Chevy has released details on two new Silverado concepts that were released at the Texas State Fair. The Silverado Volunteer Firefighter concept was created in tribute to first responders and showcases how the truck can be used by municipalities and governments. Based on the Silverado Double Cab, it features a two-tone exterior with a light bar, chrome side steps and 22-inch alloy wheels, as well as a siren, a PA system and chrome fire extinguishers. Then there’s the Silverado Black Ops that’s supposed to be a “survival kit on four wheels.” It has a rugged exterior with custom-fabricated lower body armor, a winch, tow hooksand LED spot lights, in addition to tubular side steps, extended fender flares and 18-inch alloy wheels with off-road tires. And to make sure it’s ready to tackle anything, it has a generator, a fuel can, a water can and a lockable toolbox that holds a “solar power pack,” a pair of gas masks, gloves, a folding shovel and a military first aid kit. Both trucks are are powered by a 5.3-liter V8 that churns out 355 bhp.