Photo Release: VADM Schultz visits ATC Mobile in response to Hurricane Harvey

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Photo Release

September 1, 2017

U.S. Coast Guard
MOBILE – Information Center
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VADM Schultz visits ATC Mobile in response to Hurricane Harvey

Vice Adm. Schultz visits ATC Mobile

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MOBILE — Vice Adm. Karl Schultz, commander of Coast Guard Atlantic Area, visited crews at Aviation Training Center Mobile to commend them for their hard work during Hurricane Harvey relief and recovery efforts, Sept. 1, 2017. ATC Mobile serves as a staging area for crews from around the country transporting critical supplies to devastated areas.

VADM Schultz visits crew

Vice Adm. Schultz visits ATC Mobile

Vice Adm. Schultz visits ATC Mobile

Vice Adm. Schultz visits ATC Mobile

-USCG-

IMPORTANT LINKS:

U.S. Coast Guard Hurricane Harvey Response News

FEMA Hurricane Harvey Resources

Official U.S. Coast Guard Hurricane Harvey Response video and imagery

 


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