Logistics Task Force 35 sets up HA/DR supply center

By Jose SanchezMarch 23, 2011

Soldiers from U.S. Army Japan's Logistics Task Force 35 unload a truck at Sendai airport, Japan. Their mission is to establish a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief supply center that will assist in providing supplies to the Japan Ground Self Defense Force. The JGSDF will distribute the supplies to the evacuation facilities in the Tohoku area as part of Operation Tomodachi.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers from U.S. Army Japan's Logistics Task Force 35 unload a truck at Sendai airport, Japan. Their mission is to establish a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief supply center that will assist in providing supplies to the Japan Ground Self Defense Force. The JGSDF will distribute the supplies to the evacuation facilities in the Tohoku area as part of Operation Tomodachi. (Photo Credit: Jose Sanchez) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Soldiers and Marines clean dirt and debris from the tarmac at Sendai Airport, Japan. The Marines are part of Task force Fuji.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Soldiers and Marines clean dirt and debris from the tarmac at Sendai Airport, Japan. The Marines are part of Task force Fuji. (Photo Credit: Jose Sanchez) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Angel Cendejas (left) and Sgt. Joseph Enochs, Logistics Task Force 35, help set up the command center at the supply hub being established at Sendai Airport, Japan, as part of Operation Tomodachi.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Angel Cendejas (left) and Sgt. Joseph Enochs, Logistics Task Force 35, help set up the command center at the supply hub being established at Sendai Airport, Japan, as part of Operation Tomodachi. (Photo Credit: Jose Sanchez) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Eerrik Byrd and Spc. Eric Martinez, from U.S. Army Japan's Logistics Task Force 35, set up a satellite dish at Sendai Airport, Japan. This communications equipment will help establish a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief supply center to provide supplies to the Japan Ground Self Defense Forces and be distributed to evacuation facilities in the Tohoku area as part of Operation Tomodachi.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Eerrik Byrd and Spc. Eric Martinez, from U.S. Army Japan's Logistics Task Force 35, set up a satellite dish at Sendai Airport, Japan. This communications equipment will help establish a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief supply center to provide supplies to the Japan Ground Self Defense Forces and be distributed to evacuation facilities in the Tohoku area as part of Operation Tomodachi. (Photo Credit: Jose Sanchez) VIEW ORIGINAL

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