Texas Soldiers ready for Hurricane Dolly

By www.Army.milJuly 25, 2008

Soldiers and other servicemembers in Texas, work with local, state and federal first responders at the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center to protect people and property and monitor Hurricane Dolly.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers and other servicemembers in Texas, work with local, state and federal first responders at the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center to protect people and property and monitor Hurricane Dolly. (Photo Credit: 1st Sgt. Lek Mateo) VIEW ORIGINAL
A GOES-12 infrared satellite image, provided by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory at Monterey, Calif., shows the status of Hurricane Dolly at approximately 3:45 a.m. central standard time, Aug. 23, when it was a category 1, approaching the U.S./Mexico border near Brownsville, Texas.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A GOES-12 infrared satellite image, provided by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory at Monterey, Calif., shows the status of Hurricane Dolly at approximately 3:45 a.m. central standard time, Aug. 23, when it was a category 1, approaching the U.S./Mexico border near Brownsville, Texas. (Photo Credit: Department of the Navy) VIEW ORIGINAL
Texas Military Forces, from the Standing Joint Interagency Task Force, stage equipment and supplies at the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center in preparation of Hurricane Dolly, Aug. 23.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Texas Military Forces, from the Standing Joint Interagency Task Force, stage equipment and supplies at the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center in preparation of Hurricane Dolly, Aug. 23. (Photo Credit: 1st Sgt. Lek Mateo) VIEW ORIGINAL
Local, state and military officials monitor the satellite tracking of Hurricane Dolly from the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center just hours before she made landfall along the coast of south Texas and northern Mexico, Aug. 23. The Category 2 hurricane was the first of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season to strike the United States, severely damaging the coastal cities of Brownsville and South Padre Island with strong winds and heavy flooding.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Local, state and military officials monitor the satellite tracking of Hurricane Dolly from the San Antonio Emergency Operation Center just hours before she made landfall along the coast of south Texas and northern Mexico, Aug. 23. The Category 2 hurricane was the first of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season to strike the United States, severely damaging the coastal cities of Brownsville and South Padre Island with strong winds and heavy flooding. (Photo Credit: 1st Sgt. Lek Mateo) VIEW ORIGINAL
Col. John F. Nichols (left) of the Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing and commander of Task Force Dolly receives an update on troop status from Col. Sean A. Ryan, commander of the Texas Army National Guard's Standing Interagency Task Force, as Hurricane Dolly moves closer to the south Texas coast, Aug. 23.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. John F. Nichols (left) of the Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing and commander of Task Force Dolly receives an update on troop status from Col. Sean A. Ryan, commander of the Texas Army National Guard's Standing Interagency Task Force, as Hurricane Dolly moves closer to the south Texas coast, Aug. 23. (Photo Credit: 1st Sgt. Lek Mateo) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Marc Jones (left) of the Texas Army National Guard's Standing Joint Interagency Task Force and Staff Sgt. Gonzalo Roman of Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing at San Antonio Emergency Operation Center, provide hurricane response coordination as Hurricane Dolly moves westward toward south Texas, Aug. 23.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Marc Jones (left) of the Texas Army National Guard's Standing Joint Interagency Task Force and Staff Sgt. Gonzalo Roman of Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing at San Antonio Emergency Operation Center, provide hurricane response coordination as Hurricane Dolly moves westward toward south Texas, Aug. 23. (Photo Credit: 1st Sgt. Lek Mateo) VIEW ORIGINAL