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Members of the Puerto Rican Power Authority prepare the pole to receive power from a new single phase spot generator to restore power to seven meters near El Yunque, Puerto Rico, August 21, 2018.

The installation took excellent coordination between the Temporary Power team, FEMA, the 249th Prime Power, and the Corps of Engineers to make it happen. We all work as a unified effort to FINISH STRONG for the people of Puerto Rico.

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