New York National Guard responds to Mohawk Valley floods
Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Raymond Drumsta, Joint Force Headquarters, New York Army National Guard
New York Army National Guard Soldiers Pfc. Trey Hubbard (left), Spc. Jason Briggs (middle) and Spc. Brandon Demeree dump flood-damaged property into the bucket of a front-end loader operated by Sgt. John Johnson, July 5, 2013, in Mohawk Valley, N.Y. Johnson belongs to the Buffalo-based 152nd Engineer Company, and the other Soldiers belong to the 206th Military Police Company, which is based in Latham, N.Y. The units were among those called up to provide humanitarian assistance to flood victims, and to clear flood debris from waterways in towns like Fort Plain, N.Y. and German Flatts, N.Y. Soldiers of the 206th Military Police company, aided by troops from the 152nd and 827th Engineer Companies, helped clean out and dispose of flood debris from about 150 homes by July 7. Johnson is from Stockton, N.Y.; Hubbard is from Utica, N.Y.; Briggs is from Canton, N.Y.; Demeree is from Little Falls, N.Y.
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