Guard Rescues Hundreds in Oregon Flooding

February 2008
Soldiers;Feb2008, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p44
The article reports on the response and recovery efforts of the Oregon National Guard (ONG) at the height of the flooding in the coastal town of Vernonia, Oregon in December 2007. The ONG assisted in the rescue and evacuation of 200 to 400 residents and coordinated with state agencies and the Red Cross to move equipment and supplies.


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