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Seattle City Light To Send Trucks And Crews To East Coast On C-17's

 
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Seattle City Light To Send Trucks And Crews To East Coast On C-17's
The Air Force and Seattle City Light are teaming up to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Just thought I'd share this info. It's good to know despite a lot of bad things that happen, there is good. I'll update with more info after the news cast.



Airmen from Joint Base Lewis-McChord today are participating in relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy, delivering tons of supplies to states hit by the storm.

One C-17 Globemaster III took off from McChord Air Field this morning. Another McChord-based 62nd Airlift Wing C-17 is scheduled to leave tonight for the relief effort.

The McChord crews are flying to March Air Reserve Base near Riverside, Calif. to link up with 11 other air mobility crews that will be delivering 637 short tons of supplies to the East Coast. Their destination is Stewart Air National Guard Base in Newburgh, N.Y.

Read more here: [link to blog.thenewstribune.com]
[link to www.king5.com]
[link to www.seattle.gov]

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Re: Seattle City Light To Send Trucks And Crews To East Coast On C-17's
Glad to hear. Heart goes out to the East Coast
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[link to www.king5.com]
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. -- Eighteen linemen from Seattle City Light will pack up their trucks and gear and hitch a ride with the U.S. Air Force to New York's Long Island, hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.

-There is a video at the website. It's one thing to see a tank or a some Humvees in a C-17, but the tall bucket trucks barely fit.

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