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    U.S. Army Hurricane Florence Response

    66 Featured Videos

    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center_New Bern,NC

    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center_New Bern,NC

    09.25.18 | SPC Emanuel Cruz | FEMA
    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center, New Bern, NC, Sept. 25, 2018. Hurricane survivors receive assistance at a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in...
    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center_Grantsboro,NC

    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center_Grantsboro,NC

    09.25.18 | SPC Emanuel Cruz | FEMA
    BRoll_Disaster Recovery Center, Grantsboro, NC, Sept. 25, 2018. Hurricane survivors receive assistance at a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in...
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    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First Responders, Hurricane Florence

    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First...

    09.25.18 | SGT Leonard Knudsen | FEMA
    5th District NC Senator, Donald G. Davis with FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Albie Lewis during a visit with first responders expressing...
    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First Responders, Hurricane Florence

    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First...

    09.25.18 | SGT Leonard Knudsen | FEMA
    NC Governor, Roy Cooper, FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Albie Lewis, and Mayor of Kinston, NC, Don Hardy, expressed their gratitude to first...
    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First Responders, Hurricane Florence

    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First...

    09.25.18 | SGT Leonard Knudsen | FEMA
    NC Governor, Roy Cooper, FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Albie Lewis, and Mayor of Kinston, NC, Don Hardy, expressed their gratitude to first...
    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First Responders, Hurricane Florence

    FEMA FCO & Gov. Roy Cooper visits First...

    09.25.18 | SGT Leonard Knudsen | FEMA
    N.C Governor, Roy Cooper during a visit at a point of distribution site in Goldsboro, NC, met with volunteers and first responders expressing his...
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    5 Featured Stories

    ‘Never Be Late to Need’: Military Support in the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence

    ‘Never Be Late to Need’: Military...

    09.23.18 | Courtesy Story | ARNORTH
    After two weeks of preparing and providing relief to communities devastated by Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, active duty Soldiers are...

    110th Composite Truck Company Deploys in...

    09.16.18 | SGT Liane Hatch | 10SBPAO
    With only a few days' notice, the 110th Composite Truck Company of Fort Drum, New York packed their bags, prepared their vehicles, and hit the road for Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Though they traveled from one Army base to another, the 110th Soldiers were not en route to a training exercise or an Army school; instead, they headed to the unknown, deploying until further notice as part of the Army’s response to Hurricane Florence.
    Defenders prepare to support Hurricane Florence relief efforts

    Defenders prepare to support Hurricane...

    09.14.18 | Suzan Holl | 20CS-CBRNE
    The Soldiers of the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) Command take proactive measures in the event they are...

    National Guard responds ahead of...

    09.13.18 | SFC Peter Morrison | NGB
    The West Virginia National Guard was ramping up efforts today to prepare for the impact of Hurricane Florence on the Mountain State, while simultaneously lending support to neighboring National Guard units and federal agencies.
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