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Home The Tennessee National Guard sent three HH-60 Blackhawks to assist South Carolina recovery efforts as a result of Hurricane Matthew like the one pictured here that landed at Ft. Sander’s Regional Hospital after rescuing a patient from a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park earlier this year. The Tennessee National Guard sent three HH-60 Blackhawks to assist South Carolina recovery efforts as a result of Hurricane Matthew like the one pictured here that landed at Ft. Sander’s Regional Hospital after rescuing a patient from a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park earlier this year.

The Tennessee National Guard sent three HH-60 Blackhawks to assist South Carolina recovery efforts as a result of Hurricane Matthew like the one pictured here that landed at Ft. Sander’s Regional Hospital after rescuing a patient from a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park earlier this year.

The Tennessee National Guard sent three HH-60 Blackhawks to assist South Carolina recovery efforts as a result of Hurricane Matthew like the one pictured here that landed at Ft. Sander’s Regional Hospital after rescuing a patient from a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park earlier this year.

The Tennessee National Guard sent three HH-60 Blackhawks to assist South Carolina recovery efforts as a result of Hurricane Matthew like the one pictured here that landed at Ft. Sander’s Regional Hospital after rescuing a patient from a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park earlier this year.

A Tennessee Army Guard Blackhawk Helicopter equipped with a Bambi Bucket conducts aerial firefighting on Signal Mountain, near Chattanooga on October 11, 2016. (Tennessee Forestry Division)