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1 - Photo: WFP/George Fominyen / Copyright: Photo: WFP/George Fominyen from "Emergency preparedness and response" at

2 -  Hurricane Matthew Relief: Marines and soldiers unload an Ohio Air National Guard C-130H Hercules after arriving in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 5, 2016, to support the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief effort arising from Hurricane Matthew. The troops are part of Joint Task Force Matthew, a U.S. Southern Command-directed response team. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Adwin Esters

3 - Mercy class of hospital ship by MC3 Clay M. Whaley -, Public Domain,

The Mercy class of hospital ships are converted San Clemente-class supertankers used by the United States Navy. Originally built in the 1970s by the National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, they were acquired by the Navy and converted into hospital ships, coming into service in 1986 and 1987. Source: Wikipedia / Mercy-class hospital ship:

Climate and Security Action News: BILOXI, UNITED STATES - Sep 06, 2005: Airmen from Keesler AFB deliver bottled water to Hurricane Katrina victims. Photo from Wirestock Creators. Source: Royality-free stock photo from

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