070823-N-0606B-004 GURNEE, Ill. (Aug. 23, 2007) - Tony Yarbrough, a retired chief petty officer and resident of Gurnee, Ill., assists Hospitalman Apprentice Christopher Rollins with filling sandbags for delivery to local homes and businesses. Due to recent heavy rains in the Midwest, Gurnee officials are anticipating the Des Plaines River will crest above flood stage. More than 300 Sailors from Naval Station Great Lakes volunteered to fill sandbags to prevent flood waters from damaging businesses and residences in the downtown area. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Rhonda

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070823-N-0606B-004 GURNEE, Ill. (Aug. 23, 2007) - Tony Yarbrough, a retired chief petty officer and resident of Gurnee, Ill., assists Hospitalman Apprentice Christopher Rollins with filling sandbags for delivery to local homes and businesses. Due to recent heavy rains in the Midwest, Gurnee officials are anticipating the Des Plaines River will crest above flood stage. More than 300 Sailors from Naval Station Great Lakes volunteered to fill sandbags to prevent flood waters from damaging businesses and residences in the downtown area. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Rhonda
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070823-N-0606B-004 GURNEE, Ill. (Aug. 23, 2007) - Tony Yarbrough, a retired chief petty officer and resident of Gurnee, Ill., assists Hospitalman Apprentice Christopher Rollins with filling sandbags for delivery to local homes and businesses. Due to recent heavy rains in the Midwest, Gurnee officials are anticipating the Des Plaines River will crest above flood stage. More than 300 Sailors from Naval Station Great Lakes volunteered to fill sandbags to prevent flood waters from damaging businesses and residences in the downtown area. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Rhonda Burke (RELEASED) US Navy 070823-N-0606B-004 Tony Yarbrough, a retired chief petty officer and resident of Gurnee, Ill., assists Hospitalman Apprentice Christopher Rollins with filling sandbags for delivery to local homes and businesses