Capt. Larry Wade

June 2006
Sea Power;Jun2006, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p88
The article narrates the author's experience together with his students when they took part in the disaster relief to the victims of Hurricane Katrina in the U.S. They prepared foods and linens for the mission. On their arrival to the location, they did not know what is going to be the mission. And then they talked to the Coast Guard and National Guard which disclosed that people were living in parking lots. The experience proved that it is possible to do disaster relief in the perimeter.


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