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    2015 Texas Flooding

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    Texas National Guard Responds to Flooding in South Texas

    Texas National Guard Responds to Flooding...

    07.11.10 | Malcolm McClendon | 36CAB
    Package about Texas National Guard air crews from the San Antonio Army Aviation Support Facility being put on standby in case they are needed for...

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    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from flooding waters

    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from...

    05.27.15 | Courtesy Photo | TXMF
    Engineers from the 111th Engineer Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, working with local first responders, rescue three people from a stalled...
    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from flooding waters

    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from...

    05.27.15 | Courtesy Photo | TXMF
    Engineers from the 111th Engineer Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, working with local first responders, rescue three people from a stalled...
    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from flooding waters

    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from...

    05.26.15 | Courtesy Photo | TXMF
    Engineers from the 111th Engineer Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, working with local first responders, rescue three people from a stalled...
    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from flooding waters

    Texas Guardsmen rescue family from...

    05.26.15 | Courtesy Photo | TXMF
    Engineers from the 111th Engineer Battalion, Texas Army National Guard, working with local first responders, rescue three people from a stalled...
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    Reserve Marines Provide Disaster Relief...

    06.04.15 | Sgt Sara Graham | USMCRC
    Reserve Marines with Detachment 1, Motor Transport Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 453, Combat Logistics Regiment 4, Marine Forces Reserve, jumped into action when they were called to provide local disaster relief in Texarkana, Texas, from June 1- 3, 2015. The Marines were called upon by Bowie County Emergency Management personnel when their relief efforts were being outrun by the rising water along the Red River.
    Multi Agency Task Force stands by for possible swift water rescues

    Multi Agency Task Force stands by for...

    05.18.15 | Malcolm McClendon | TXMF
    Rescue crews from three organizations geared up, flew into Ellington Field in Houston, and have been awaiting orders to launch over the weekend,...
    Texas Army National Guard Soldiers stand ready to provide flood support

    Texas Army National Guard Soldiers stand...

    05.16.15 | CPT Maria Mengrone | 176ENG
    Texas Army National Guard Soldiers on state active duty conducted critical water rescue training with first responders from Texas Task Force 1 in...
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