Soldiers assist in flooded Midwest

By www.Army.milJune 26, 2008

Soldiers from the Iowa Army National Guard construct a 7-foot levee to protect an electrical generator from rising floodwaters in Hills, Iowa.
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Spc. Mathew Hollinrake, from the Iowa Army National Guard, hands sandbags to a local resident to help reinforce a levee north of Burlington, Iowa.
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Soldiers from the Iowa Army National Guard survey Mississippi River floodwaters in Burlington, Iowa.
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Soldiers from the Iowa Army National Guard finish patrolling Mississippi River floodwaters north of Burlington, Iowa.
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