Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

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Coast Guard aircrew delivers food and water to Utuado, Puerto Rico

A Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, delivers food and water to people near Utuado, Puerto Rico, an area severely impacted by Hurricane Maria, Oct. 13, 2017. Personnel operating out of Air Station Borinquen have been helping deliver supplies from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to remote areas cut off by mudslides. U.S. Coast Guard video.

Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

Glorisel Rodriguez, a social worker at Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, points out to Lt. Francisco Muniz Valle, chaplain of Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen, Puerto Rico, where crews can dispose of refuse outside the orphanage Oct. 12, 2017. Muniz Valle and more than a dozen other Coast Guardsmen were at the orphanage in Aguadilla, an area hit hard by Hurricane Maria, to cut up two trees that fell and disassemble and remove a large piece of playground equipment that was demolished. They also distributed food, water and other aid, both donated aid and aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to local residents. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Dave Warner, chief of the Aviation Survival Technician Shop at Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, carries food for a local woman in Aguadilla, Oct. 12, 2017. Warner and more than a dozen other Coast Guardsmen were in Aguadilla, an area hit hard by Hurricane Maria, to distribute food, water and other aid – both donated aid and aid from FEMA – to local residents. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Dave Warner, chief of the Aviation Survival Technician Shop at Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, delivers aid to a family in Aguadilla, Oct. 12, 2017. Warner and more than a dozen other Coast Guardsmen were in Aguadilla, an area hit hard by Hurricane Maria, to distribute food, water and other aid – both donated aid and aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency – to local residents. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Nick Rosner from Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, chainsaws a felled tree at Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz in Aguadilla, Oct. 12, 2017. Rosner and more than a dozen other Coast Guardsmen were at the orphanage in Aguadilla, an area hit hard by Hurricane Maria, to cut up two trees that fell and disassemble and remove a large piece of playground equipment that was demolished. They also distributed food, water and other aid, both donated aid and aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to local residents. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Coast Guardsmen deliver FEMA aid to Hurricane Maria-impacted towns in Puerto Rico

Four Coast Guardsmen, including (front left) Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Dave Warner, from Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, and (front right) Petty Officer 1st Class Shelton Bartlett, from Coast Guard Port Security Unit 308 in Gulfport, Miss., carry a large piece of demolished playground equipment off the property of Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz, an orphanage in Aguadilla, Oct. 12, 2017. More than a dozen Coast Guardsmen were at the orphanage in Aguadilla, an area hit hard by Hurricane Maria, to cut up two trees that fell and disassemble and remove a large piece of playground equipment that was demolished. They also distributed food, water and other aid, both donated aid and aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to local residents.U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

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