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January-March 1998 - Kenya (Operation Nobel Response)


330-CFD-DM-SC-02-04671:  U.S. Marine Corps General William A. Whitlow talks with Hajib Balalab, Mayor of Mombasa, (left) and Major General Kibawana, Commander Kenya Navy, right) about the U.S. role in the flood relief.   Photographed March 2, 1998 by CPL M.A. Butler, USMC.  Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.
Caption: 330-CFD-DM-SC-02-04671: U.S. Marine Corps General William A. Whitlow talks with Hajib Balalab, Mayor of Mombasa, (left) and Major General Kibawana, Commander Kenya Navy, right) about the U.S. role in the flood relief. Photographed March 2, 1998 by CPL M.A. Butler, USMC. Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.

Headquartered in Mombasa, Kenya, Joint Task Force Kenya, commanded by Brigadier General William A. Whitlow, USMC, delivered more than 2 million pounds of food due to the devastation by rains and flooding in the northeastern part of the country.   The Task Force included U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsmen. 


330-CFD-DM-SD-02-04707:  Operation Nobel Response.  A U.S. Marine Corps C-130 “Hercules” drops food on a drop zone in the north eastern province of Kenya.  Photographed March 6, 1998 by CPL M.A. Butler, USMC.  Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.
Caption: 330-CFD-DM-SD-02-04707: Operation Nobel Response. A U.S. Marine Corps C-130 “Hercules” drops food on a drop zone in the north eastern province of Kenya. Photographed March 6, 1998 by CPL M.A. Butler, USMC. Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.

330-CFD-DM-SD-02-05512:  Operation Nobel Response.  U.S. Navy Chief Campbell, Preventative Medicine Technician (PMT) and Hospital Corpsman First Class McGhee, Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) draw water from a local well to treat and add to the hand washing station for Marines and Sailors to use during the operation.  Photographed March 13, 1998 by SGT R.A. Ward, USMC.  Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.
Caption: 330-CFD-DM-SD-02-05512: Operation Nobel Response. U.S. Navy Chief Campbell, Preventative Medicine Technician (PMT) and Hospital Corpsman First Class McGhee, Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) draw water from a local well to treat and add to the hand washing station for Marines and Sailors to use during the operation. Photographed March 13, 1998 by SGT R.A. Ward, USMC. Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.

330-CFD-DM-SD-02-04690:  Operation Nobel Response.  Locals of the Madogashi village move through the drop zone collecting the bags of corn to move to a local warehouse for storage.  Photographed March 4, 1998 by STG. R.A. Ward, USMC.  Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.
Caption: 330-CFD-DM-SD-02-04690: Operation Nobel Response. Locals of the Madogashi village move through the drop zone collecting the bags of corn to move to a local warehouse for storage. Photographed March 4, 1998 by STG. R.A. Ward, USMC. Official U.S. Marine Corps photograph, now in the collection of the National Archives.
Published: Tue May 05 12:33:34 EDT 2020