A Guam Army National Guardsman raises the bed of a military tactical vehicle to offload roofing tin at a recycling center in Lower Base, Saipan on Nov. 25, 2018. Initial assessments estimated 374,000 cubic yards of debris were caused by Super Typhoon Yutu.
A 9th Mission Support Command, U.S. Army Reserve, military tactical vehicle pulls up to be weighed and documented by Department of Public Works staff at the Marpi landfill station on Saipan on Nov. 25, 2018, before off-loading a pile of green waste.
A recycling center puts out a sign designating a tin roof dumping area in Lower Base on Nov. 25, 2018.
A Guam Army National Guardsman releases tie straps from a military tactical vehicle for commercial heavy equipment operators to grab roofing tin off the truck bed at a recycling center in Lower Base on Nov. 25, 2018. The GUARNG and 9th Mission Support Command Saipan, working with the Department of Public Works and the Saipan Mayor’s Office personnel, have collected more than 11,000 cubic yards of debris along primary and secondary roads.
Bishop Ryan Jimenez, center, bishop for the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa, takes a photo with 9th Mission Support Command Soldiers and Guam Air National Guardsmen at the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Nov. 25, 2018, after celebrating Sunday Mass. Service members from Joint Region Marianas and other units from within U.S. Indo-Pacific Command assigned to Task Force-West are providing Department of Defense support to the CNMI’s civil and local officials as part of the FEMA-supported Typhoon Yutu recovery efforts.
U.S. Army Reserve soldiers with the 9th Mission Support Command, currently assigned to Joint Task Group-Saipan, Task Force-West, prepare their military vehicles for daily mission assignments in support of Super Typhoon Yutu recovery efforts at the U.S. Army Reserve Center on Saipan last Nov. 16, 2018.
U.S. Air Force airmen with the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, and Army Reserve soldiers with the 9th Mission Support Command work together to move a 500-gallon water tank at the Garapan Fishing Base last Nov. 6, 2018.
Saipan public workers pick up debris from inside the Northern Marianas College on Nov. 2, 2018.
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