• PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - A Logistics Support Vessel from Fort Eustis's 335th Transportation Detachment downloads containers of World Food Program rice at Haiti's main port Feb. 6.  The unit's goal is to down-load 100 containers per day in support of relief operations in Haiti.   (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Adam McKinney)

    Haiti's Port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - A Logistics Support Vessel from Fort Eustis's 335th Transportation Detachment downloads containers of World Food Program rice at Haiti's main port Feb. 6. The unit's goal is to down-load 100 containers per day in support of...

  • PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - A merchant vessel downloads cargo at Haiti's main port Feb. 6.  To date, a partnership between the Navy, Army, and USAID has resulted in the off-loading of 838 containers at the port despite significant damage from a Jan. 12 earthquake.  (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Adam McKinney)

    Haiti's port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - A merchant vessel downloads cargo at Haiti's main port Feb. 6. To date, a partnership between the Navy, Army, and USAID has resulted in the off-loading of 838 containers at the port despite significant damage from a Jan. 12...

  • PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - International merchant and working vessels stand ready to support the effort to re-build Haiti's largest port Feb. 4.  Vessels from several countries, along with those from the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard are working to return Haiti's main port to an operational status.  As a result of the team effort, over  200 20-foot containers can be off-loaded through the port each day.  (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Paul Hayes)

    Haiti's port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - International merchant and working vessels stand ready to support the effort to re-build Haiti's largest port Feb. 4. Vessels from several countries, along with those from the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard are working to return...

  • PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Haitian trucks loaded with rice from the World Food Program depart Haiti's main port facility en route to Logistics Support Area Sustainer Feb. 4.  A partnership effort between the Haitian Government, USAID, and U.S. Military will distribute the food to Haitians in need of relief as a result of the Jan. 12 earthquake.  (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Paul Hayes)

    Haiti's port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Haitian trucks loaded with rice from the World Food Program depart Haiti's main port facility en route to Logistics Support Area Sustainer Feb. 4. A partnership effort between the Haitian Government, USAID, and U.S. Military...

  • PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Soldiers from the Fort Eustis's 7th Sustainment Brigade's Landing Craft Utility 2005 - "Brandy Station" brief Col. (Promotable) Robin Akin and Command Sgt. Maj. Willie C. Tennant Sr. from the 3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) on Army Watercraft operations at Haiti's largest port Feb. 4.  The "Brandy Station" and other Army watercraft transport essential supplies from larger ships to the beach in support of Joint Task Force - Haiti relief operations.   (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Paul Hayes)

    Haiti's port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Soldiers from the Fort Eustis's 7th Sustainment Brigade's Landing Craft Utility 2005 - "Brandy Station" brief Col. (Promotable) Robin Akin and Command Sgt. Maj. Willie C. Tennant Sr. from the 3rd Sustainment Command...

  • PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Progress continues at Haiti's main sea port as the Haitian Government, international organizations, USAID, and the U.S. Military have partnered to rebuild the damaged facility.   The port suffered serious damage as a result of a major earthquake which struck the country Jan. 12.     (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Paul Hayes)

    Haiti's port making progress

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti - Progress continues at Haiti's main sea port as the Haitian Government, international organizations, USAID, and the U.S. Military have partnered to rebuild the damaged facility. The port suffered serious damage as a result of a...

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