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Circle, AK, July 16, 2014-- Armed with a bear gun for predators, Tanana Tribal Logistics Specialist Jack Boyle (L) and FEMA Logistics Specialists Chris Reese (C) and Brian Baker (R) retrieve chainsaws and power tools used for debris removal at this fishing camp. As subsistence hunters and fisherman, FEMA funds recovery measures at the camps damaged by severe flooding using Other Needs Assistance because this inner community depends of subsistence living for their food or sustinance. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Circle, AK, July 16, 2014-- Armed with a bear gun for predators, Tanana Tribal Logistics Specialist Jack Boyle (L) and FEMA Logistics Specialists Chris Reese (C) and Brian Baker (R) retrieve chainsaws and power tools used for debris removal at this fishing camp. As subsistence hunters and fisherman, FEMA funds recovery measures at the camps damaged by severe flooding using Other Needs Assistance because this inner community depends of subsistence living for their food or sustinance. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

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Date Taken: 2014-07-15 22:47:08 UTC

Photographer Name: Adam DuBrowa

City/State: Circle, AK

Disasters: Alaska Flooding (DR-4122)

Disaster Types: Flooding

Categories: Conceptual Imagery ^ Disaster Officials ^ Individual Assistance ^ Miscellaneous ^ Operations ^ Public Assistance ^ Recovery ^ Tribal
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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