U.S National Guard Soldiers with the 122nd Engineer Battalion, S.C. Army National Guard and 190th Engineers, Puerto Rico Army National Guard, work together to dig out an automobile with a skid-loader that had been buried in debris blocking the road to a family home since Hurricane Maria impacted the island.
U.S National Guard Soldiers with the 122nd Engineer Battalion, S.C. Army National Guard and 190th Engineers, Puerto Rico Army National Guard, work together to dig out an automobile with a skid-loader that had been buried in debris blocking the road to a family home since Hurricane Maria impacted the island. U.S National Guard Contributed photo
U.S National Guard Soldiers with the 122nd Engineer Battalion, S.C. Army National Guard and 190th Engineers, Puerto Rico Army National Guard, work together to dig out an automobile with a skid-loader that had been buried in debris blocking the road to a family home since Hurricane Maria impacted the island. U.S National Guard Contributed photo

Puerto Rican civilians grateful for Rock Hill National Guard during Maria recovery

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