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Home Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion load bottled water on a Blackhawk helicopter for transport to victims of Hurricane Ian. Crews continue to ferry food, water, and other supplies to islands disconnected from the mainland since Ian made landfall last week. (Submitted photo) Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion load bottled water on a Blackhawk helicopter for transport to victims of Hurricane Ian. Crews continue to ferry food, water, and other supplies to islands disconnected from the mainland since Ian made landfall last week. (Submitted photo)

Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion load bottled water on a Blackhawk helicopter for transport to victims of Hurricane Ian. Crews continue to ferry food, water, and other supplies to islands disconnected from the mainland since Ian made landfall last week. (Submitted photo)

Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion load bottled water on a Blackhawk helicopter for transport to victims of Hurricane Ian. Crews continue to ferry food, water, and other supplies to islands disconnected from the mainland since Ian made landfall last week. (Submitted photo)

Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion load bottled water on a Blackhawk helicopter for transport to victims of Hurricane Ian. Crews continue to ferry food, water, and other supplies to islands disconnected from the mainland since Ian made landfall last week. (Submitted photo)

Crewmembers from the Tennessee National Guard’s 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion prepare to airlift K9 urban search and rescue teams to remote sites affected by Hurricane Ian. (Submitted photo)