U.S. Marines Help Typhoon Victims in Philippines

On Monday, the Marines loaded up a C-130 with those supplies as well as generators, a forklift and two trucks and flew to Tacloban, a city badly hit by the storm and in desperate need of assistance

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U.S. Marine Corps. Photo by Lance Cpl. Stephen D. Himes/Released
U.S. Marines pass boxes of canned foods to members of the Philippine Air Force at Tacloban Air Base Nov. 11. The Marines responded to a request from the Philippine government to provide assistance in humanitarian aid and disaster relief operations. (U.S. Marine Corps. Photo by Lance Cpl. Stephen D. Himes/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps. Photo by Lance Cpl. Stephen D. Himes/Released
Members of the U.S. military and Armed Forces of the Philippines carry an injured Filipino onto a KC-130J Super Hercules at Tacloban Air Base, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11.
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U.S. Marines carry an injured Filipino woman on a stretcher for medical attention, assisted by a Philippine Air Force airman at Vilamore Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11.
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U.S. Marines help displaced Philippine nationals from the back of a KC-130J Super Hercules at Vilamor Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11. Super Typhoon Haiyan has impacted more than 4.2 million people across 36 provinces in the Philippines, according to the Philippine government's national disaster risk reduction and management council.
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Lance Cpl. Alan Randall and a Philippine Air Force airman assist an injured Filipino woman off a KC-130J Super Hercules at Vilamore Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11. The U.S. Marines are assisting the Philippine government with humanitarian aide and disaster relief in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan. Randall, a landing support specialist, is with 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade.
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Marines help displaced Philippine nationals from the back of a KC-130J Super Hercules at Vilamor Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11. Super Typhoon Haiyan has impacted more than 4.2 million people across 36 provinces in the Philippines, according to the Philippine government's national disaster risk reduction and management council.
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Approximately 80 U.S. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade arrive at Villamor Air Base, on two KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft Nov. 10.
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U.S. Marines load an injured Filipino woman into the back of a van for medical attention at Vilamore Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11.
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U.S. Marines assist an injured Filipino national off a KC-130J Super Hercules at Vilamore Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11
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U.S. Marines help displaced Philippine nationals from the back of a KC-130J Super Hercules at Vilamor Air Base, Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11.
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Approximately 80 U.S. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade arrive at Villamor Air Base, on two KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft Nov. 10.
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Approximately 80 U.S. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade arrive at Villamor Air Base, on two KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft Nov. 10.
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Approximately 80 U.S. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade arrive at Villamor Air Base, on two KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft Nov. 10.
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Philippine Army servicemembers stand alongside a pallet of bottled water as they prepare to board a U.S. Marine Corps KC-130J to support victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan at Villamor Air Base, Manila,
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