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HURRICANE IRMA
ABOUT HURRICANE IRMA

Hurricane Irma made landfall in the U.S. state of Florida as a major hurricane, and was the most intense Atlantic hurricane observed in over a decade. The ninth named storm, fourth hurricane, and second major hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, Irma has caused widespread and catastrophic damage on its track across the Atlantic, most of which was caused in the northeastern Caribbean. It is also the most intense hurricane to strike the United States since Katrina in 2005.

Reserve Marines from units in Florida and Alabama supported FEMA, state, and local response efforts following Hurricane Irma’s land fall. 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company, based in Mobile, Alabama, 4th Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) Battalion, based in Tampa and Jacksonville, Florida and Combat Logistics Battalion-451, based in Orlando, Florida worked collaborative to provide support in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

 

   
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MWSS-473 FARP operations in wake of Hurricane Irma
170914-M-HG783-582.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Niles Lee

Sep 18, 2017
Marathon, Florida - Col. Charles J. Moses, commanding officer of Marine Aircraft Group 41, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Forces Reserve, walks toward a Marine Corps KC-130 from Marine Aerial Refuel Transport Squadron 234, 4th MAW, which delivered supplies to The Florida Keys Marathon International Airport, at Marathon, Fla. Sept. 14, 2017. Marines of VMGR-234 delivered fuel, equipment, food and water to a forward arming and refueling point established by Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 473, 4th MAW, MARFORRES, to provide support of search and rescue operations in wake of Hurricane Irma.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Niles Lee/Released)


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