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Louisiana National Guard Rescues 19,000 in Flood-Affected Areas

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This is what the National Guard is for – to help out during natural diasters, as well as protecting the homeland. It is not for helping out during nuclear emergencies, as seems to be the backup plan for the nuclear industry, nor for foreign wars https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/nuclear-strategic-alliance-for-flex-emergency-response-safer-not-depends-on-emergency-resources-which-may-be-needed-elsewhere-unavailable/
National Guard rescues 19,000 in flood-affected areas
By Louisiana National Guard Public Affairs Office August 18, 2016
A Louisiana National Guardsman guiding a Humvee through floodwaters off of I-12 outside of Denham Springs. (Photo Credit: Spc. Garrett L. Dipuma, Army National Guard )
A Louisiana National Guardsman guiding a Humvee through floodwaters off of I-12 outside of Denham Springs. (Photo Credit: Spc. Garrett L. Dipuma, Army National Guard )
Sgt. Chad McCann of Deville, Louisiana, crew chief with F Company, 2-135th MEDEVAC, brings a young child to the waiting UH-60 Blackhawk to be taken to safety after flood waters threatened his home in South Louisiana, Aug. 15, 2016. More than 3,880 Louisiana National Guardsmen are still engaged in flood response efforts, to include rescues, evacuations, security patrols, engineering missions, and commodities distribution. (Photo Credit: Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jesse Curtis)
Sgt. Chad McCann of Deville, Louisiana, crew chief with F Company, 2-135th MEDEVAC, brings a young child to the waiting UH-60 Blackhawk to be taken to safety after flood waters threatened his home in South Louisiana, Aug. 15, 2016. More than 3,880 Louisiana National Guardsmen are still engaged in flood response efforts, to include rescues, evacuations, security patrols, engineering missions…

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  1. […] CLIMATE. A new study declares that human-caused climate change began at around 1830.  (I’ve always thought that it was 1801, because of the 1801 painting Coalbrookdale by Night – attached). Research indicates that the difference between 1.5 C and 2C  rise in global  temperatures will be significant, and in only 20 years’ time. Huge volume of Greenland Ice Sheet lost each year, due to global warming.  Again this year, Indonesia’s blanket of smoke is back.  India floods: Over 300 dead, millions affected  Louisiana National Guard Rescues 19,000 in Flood-Affected Areas. […]

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