The Army Responds to Hurricane Katrina

Hasenauer, Heike
October 2005
Soldiers;Oct2005, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p4
The article focuses on the response of the United States Army to provide assistance to victims of Hurricane Katrina in Saint Louis, Missouri. Immediately after the storm, the United States National Guard has launched search and rescue, humanitarian aid and security missions. In addition some 400 United States Army Reserve soldiers were on devastated areas providing assistance.


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