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Tennessee National Guard continues disaster recovery support Chief Warrant Officer Nicholas Atwood

Members of the Tennessee National Guard’s 194th Engineer Brigade supervise the removal of tornado debris following the storm that devastated the area April 28. (Army National Guard photo by Chief Warrant Officer 4 Nick Atwood/Released)

FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. – Soldiers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 194th Engineer Brigade moved into Lincoln County today to assist the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency and local responders as cleanup efforts continue near Fayetteville.

A powerful EF-3 tornado devastated the region on the evening of April 28. Local responders requested support from the Guard through the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency.

The mission of the Tennessee Soldiers will cover a widespread area, with their base of operations at the Fayetteville National Guard Armory. They are scheduled for state active duty for a period of 10 days assisting local responders in debris removal and recovery operations.


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Date Taken:05.07.2014

Date Posted:05.08.2014 11:55

Location:FAYETTEVILLE, TN, USGlobe

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