Missouri River Flood Relief

Iowa National Guard Soldier from central Iowa have been placed on state active duty to assist local and state authorities in the western Iowa town of Sioux City, Iowa and North Sioux City, South Dakota. Guardsmen from the Iowa National Guard are working with their counter parts from the South Dakota National Guard to protect private properties and municipalities along the swollen Missouri River. Flight crews from Charlie Company 2nd of the 147th Aviation Battalion, Iowa Army National Guard from Boone, Iowa are sling loading large sand bags with their UH-60 (Black Hawk) Helicopters. USAF Photo MSgt Vincent De Groot 185th Air Refueling Wing Iowa Air National Guard (released)

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