LONG BEACH, N.Y. – New York Army National Guard Soldiers from Company F, 427th Brigade Support Battalion assist local residents arriving by military vehicle to Long Beach City Hall for evacuation to shelters supervised by Nassau County Office of Emergency Management. The National Guard response force is part of Governor Cuomo’s callup of more than 2,200 troops in response to subtropical storm Sandy which struck New York City and Long Island Oct. 29. The National Guard has been supporting local emergency responders in and around Long Credit: New York Nation Guard/Archive Image

LONG BEACH, N.Y. – New York Army National Guard Soldiers from Company F, 427th Brigade Support Battalion assist local residents arriving by military vehicle to Long Beach City Hall for evacuation to shelters supervised by Nassau County Office of Emergency Management.  The National Guard response force is part of Governor Cuomo’s callup of more than 2,200 troops in response to subtropical storm Sandy which struck New York City and Long Island Oct. 29.  The National Guard has been supporting local emergency responders in and around Long Credit: New York Nation Guard/Archive Image Stock Photo
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2896 x 1944 px | 24.5 x 16.5 cm | 9.7 x 6.5 inches | 300dpi

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30 October 2012

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Long Beach, New York

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LONG BEACH, N.Y. – New York Army National Guard Soldiers from Company F, 427th Brigade Support Battalion assist local residents arriving by military vehicle to Long Beach City Hall for evacuation to shelters supervised by Nassau County Office of Emergency Management. The National Guard response force is part of Governor Cuomo’s callup of more than 2,200 troops in response to subtropical storm Sandy which struck New York City and Long Island Oct. 29. The National Guard has been supporting local emergency responders in and around Long Beach to assist residents coping with the severe flooding caused by the 10 foot storm surge. U.S. Army photo by Col. Richard Goldenberg, New York National Guard. (RELEASED)

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