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Hurricane Harvey

ORANGE, TX, UNITED STATES

09.04.2017

Video by Pfc. Joseph E Cannon

55th Combat Camera

 

U.S. Soldiers, 1-124th Cavalry Squadron, walk through the streets checking on the those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Orange, Texas, Sept. 6, 2017. Police and U.S. Soldiers work together with the focus of helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey. (U.S. Army video by Pfc. Joseph Cannon)

Spiritual support after the flood

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES

09.04.2017

Video by Senior Airman Renee Crugnale

147th Attack Wing (Texas Air National Guard)

 

Chaplain Mark Lassitter and Master Sgt. Jeff Boyd at the 147th Attack Wing spent the day visiting residents in the Houston area to support them in their recovery efforts. Homeowners are living in homes that are gutted and many have lost their possessions in the flood.

MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITY STANDS UP IN BEAUMONT

BEAUMONT, TX, UNITED STATES

09.04.2017

Video by Sgt. Daisy Broker

72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (36th ID, TXARNG)

 

Service Member’s from the Texas Army and Air National Guard set up a Medical Treatment Facility or MTF in the parking lot of the Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas, in Beaumont.

The hospital began transferring patients when the cities water supply was cut off. As a result,
hospital staff coordinated with Texas Emergency Services to bring in the Role 2 Medical Treatment Facility provided by Texas Military Forces. 

The MTF was able to treat well over 200 civilians from Beaumont and surrounding areas. Patients recieved services such as general first aid, prescription medications, ultrasounds, and X-ray capabilities. 

The hospital and Texas military forces brought care to the citizens of Beaumont when they needed it most.

Hurricane Harvey Relief

TX, UNITED STATES

09.04.2017

Video by Staff Sgt. Rion Ehrman

Air Force Public Affairs Agency

 

A Chemical Emergency Response Force Package comprised of Texas Air National Guard Airmen with the 149th Medical Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, and Texas National Guard Soldiers, Fort Worth, with the 949th Brigade Support Battalion combined to set up this field hospital in the parking lot of the Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Beaumont as the hospital was only taking medical emergencies due to damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey formed in the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall in southeastern Texas, bringing record flooding and destruction to the region. U.S. military assets supported FEMA as well as state and local authorities in rescue and relief efforts. (U.S. Air Force Video by SSgt Rion Ehrman)

1-143 Infantry Regiment, Airborne Battalion

PORT ARTHUR, TX, UNITED STATES

09.03.2017

Video by Spc. Austin Boucher

55th Combat Camera

 

U.S. Army Spc. Sergio Villarreal, 1-143 Infantry Regiment, Airborne Battalion, discuesses medical operations in Port Arthur, Texas, Sept. 3, 2017. Both the U.S. Military and civilian volunteers are working together to assist those affected by Hurricane Harvey. (U.S. Army video by Spc. Austin T. Boucher)

Hurricane Harvey Relief

TX, UNITED STATES

09.03.2017

Video by Staff Sgt. Rion Ehrman

Air Force Public Affairs Agency

 

U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 551st Multi-Role Bridge Company, El Campo, Texas, search flooded Beaumont, Texas neighborhoods, Sept. 3, 2017, for civilians after Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey formed in the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall in southeastern Texas, bringing record flooding and destruction to the region. U.S. military assets supported FEMA as well as state and local authorities in rescue and relief efforts. (U.S. Air Force video by SSgt Rion Ehrman)

B-Roll Texas Military Forces POD Victoria TX 170903

VICTORIA, TX, UNITED STATES

09.02.2017

Video by Sgt. Daisy Broker

72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (36th ID, TXARNG)

 

Service members with the Texas Army National Guard and State Guard along side volunteers from neighboring cities hand out meals, ice, and water to victims of Hurricane Harvey’s destruction in Victoria, TX. 

Although the Cities water and sewer systems are working, the water is not potable per the
Texas Commission of Environmental Quality or TCEQ as of September 5th, 2017. The TECQ is the deciding authority that determines whether or not Texas’s water is okay to drink.

President Donald Trump visits Ellington Field

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES

09.02.2017

Video by Senior Airman Renee Crugnale

147th Attack Wing (Texas Air National Guard)

 

General Joseph Lengyel, the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, arrived at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base today. The General talked with base leadership then departed in a Blackhawk to assess flood affected areas of Texas.

POTUS Arrives, Departs Ellington Field

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES

09.02.2017

Video by Tech. Sgt. Mindy Bloem

147th Attack Wing (Texas Air National Guard)

 

President Donald Trump arrives on Air Force One to Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston Sept. 2, 2017. Following his departure, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took time to thank military members for their recovery efforts following the devastation caused by Harvey.

1-143 Infantry Regiment, Airborne Battalion, Assist with Medical, Rescue and Recovery Operations

ORANGE, TX, UNITED STATES

09.02.2017

Video by Spc. Austin Boucher

55th Combat Camera

 

Soldiers of the 1-143 Infantry Regiment, Airborne Battalion, assist with rescue and recovery operations in Orange, Texas, Sept. 3, 2017. Both the U.S. Military and civilian volunteers are working together to assist those affected by Hurricane Harvey. (U.S. Army video by Spc. Austin T. Boucher)