Flood Fight 2009 - 3/27
Mar 29, 2009Public
Photo: Spcs. Dan Francis, left, and Scott Nielson, both infantrymen from Company A, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment, adjust a pump to battle a breach in a sandbag wall as the Red River continues to rise in Moorhead, Minn., Friday, March 27, 2009. The Red River continues to rise as a result of rain and snowmelt and is expected to crest at 43 feet, three feet higher than the current flood record. More than 500 Minnesota National Guard Soldiers and Airmen have been called up to state active duty to assist local authorities with traffic control, security as well as other tasks.(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jon Soucy)(released)
Photo: Spcs. Scott Nielson, left, and Dan Francis, both infantrymen from Company A, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment, adjust a pump to battle a breach in a sandbag wall as the Red River continues to rise in Moorhead, Minn., Friday, March 27, 2009. The Red River continues to rise as a result of rain and snowmelt and is expected to crest at 43 feet, three feet higher than the current flood record. More than 500 Minnesota National Guard Soldiers and Airmen have been called up to state active duty to assist local authorities with traffic control, security as well as other tasks.(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jon Soucy)(released)
Photo: Spcs. Scott Nielson, left, and Dan Francis, both infantrymen from Company A, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment, adjust a pump to battle a breach in a sandbag wall as the Red River continues to rise in Moorhead, Minn., Friday, March 27, 2009. The Red River continues to rise as a result of rain and snowmelt and is expected to crest at 43 feet, three feet higher than the current flood record. More than 500 Minnesota National Guard Soldiers and Airmen have been called up to state active duty to assist local authorities with traffic control, security as well as other tasks.(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jon Soucy)(released)
Photo: A Minnesota National Guardsmen patrolled the streets of Moorhead, Minn. during Flood Fight 2009 on March 27.
Photo: Many roads were overcome with water during Flood Fight 2009 in Moorhead, Minn. on March 27.
Photo: Soldiers from Company A, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment, evacuate a Moorhead, Minn., resident after flooding from the Red River cutoff roadways in the area, Friday, March 27, 2009. The Red River continues to rise as a result of rain and snowmelt and is expected to crest at 43 feet, three feet higher than the current flood record. More than 500 Minnesota National Guard Soldiers and Airmen have been called up to state active duty to assist local authorities with traffic control, security as well as other tasks.(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jon Soucy)(released)