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A National Guardsmen from the Biloxi, Miss. area, stands-by at Gulf Port International Airport, for a forklift to unload a tractor trailer truck full of water to be delivered to victims of Hurricane Katrina.

A National Guardsmen from the Biloxi, Miss. area, stands-by at Gulf Port International Airport, for a forklift to unload a tractor trailer truck full of water to be delivered to victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Gulf Port, Miss. (Sep. 01, 2005) A National Guardsmen from the Biloxi, Miss. area, stands-by at Gulf Port International Airport, for a forklift to unload a tractor trailer truck full of water to be delivered to victims of Hurricane Katrina. The airport is one of the main staging areas for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts in Mississippi. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Ken J. Riley File# 050901-N-0318R-041

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01/09/2005 - 01/09/2005
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Gulf Port, Miss.
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U.S. NAVY
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