US Sends Search-And-Rescue Team To Mexico City

by on September 22, 2017

The United States government sent a team of search-and-rescue experts to Mexico City to help with recovery operations while bringing the amount of forward-positioned U.S. disaster relief teams to nearly unprecedented levels, according to CNN. Six Disaster Assistance Response Teams — also known as DARTs — are now positioned all over the world, assisting from hurricane relief efforts in the Caribbean to post-ISIS stabilization operations in Syria and Iraq. “That has only happened once before (in 2015),” USAID Administrator Mark Green told reporters Thursday. “We can do it,” he added. “It does begin to push us, obviously, but part of my commitment is to making sure that we have the resources…
WN.com – International English News

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