Sica, Paolo
July 2006
Infantry;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 95 Issue 4, p33
The article relates the operations of the Reconnaissance Platoon of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard in Louisiana in support for the Hurricane Katrina and Rita relief efforts. Battalion issued the operations order for Operation Independence Relief, and Recon Platoon went to work at Gretna 1 Point of Distribution. Sergeant Philip Schratweiser and Sergeant David Plummer ensured that our Soldiers declared food, water, ice, tarp.


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