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Nearly three months after Typhoon Mawar, clean-up and recovery efforts continue in the communities outside of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. Members of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Natural Disaster Recovery Division with family in Guam received photos of the home and tree damages. Communities close to Andersen AFB have electrical power and have received food and bottled water from military members. Fruit and palm trees that once towered on the property were twisted and uprooted. Trees are still blocking some driveways, but efforts are underway to help residents remove trees and debris. (Courtesy Photo)
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