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U.S. Troops Provide Filtered Water to Flood Victims in Honduras

An elderly gentleman begins the process of cleaning his home after flood waters left his home caked in mud and trash, Oct. 29, 2008. The flooding from a tropical depression in Honduras affected several thousand across Honduras. In this community near Soto Cano Air Base, their well water was left undrinkable. Servicemembers from Joint Task Force Bravo went to the community to help them purify their water.



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This work, U.S. Troops Provide Filtered Water to Flood Victims in Honduras [Image 2 of 4], by SSgt Joel Mease, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.29.2008

Date Posted:11.01.2008 00:03

Photo ID:125615

VIRIN:081029-F-#####-004

Resolution:602x900

Size:566.32 KB

Location:SOTO CANO AIR BASE, HNGlobe

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