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Boat crew was in Youngsville, close to Lafayette yesterday with the Cajun Navy, waiting for EOC to use us. Luckily we were not needed but decided to take the boat out for training once we got back to Lake Charles. Larry Agee Caleb Rougeaux Isaiah Simien ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Yes sir thanks for all yall do and I look forward to working together in future when our communities are in need.
Thank y’all very much for the donated life jackets!
Troical Storm Barry update..Pin point is our boat team location. So far no major flooding but waiting on standby as more rain bands come thru. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Glad you are there, but also glad there is not too much need for you. Stay safe.
Eoc meeting today. Trailers in Baton Rouge , Monroe and Lake charles with Repsone boat also in Lake Charles. We were headed to Denham Spring tonight with the boat but since storm has moved west we are staying put as large rainfalls and flooding are predicted alot Closer to to our current position. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
Disaster aid USA donated over 500 life jackets to Cajun Navy this morning. They are prepostioning for the storm also and sharing of resources is the best way to get the aid out where it is needed fast. Our boat crew is also positioned as the storm took a more western route this morning. These life jackets were donated by a cruise line thru our sister org Disaster Aid Canada who then called DAUSA. 1000 jackets have already been handed out in the Homua/Thibodeax and Morgan city area earlier in the year to be presopstioned for just such a storm.... Preplanning and preparedness work!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
And we have today spread the ones we had out to the different rescue teams throughout the Baton Rouge Denham Springs area as well. Thanks to ALL involved.
Also The guy on the right sure is a good looking fellow. Lol
God bless your work. 🙏🏼🙏🏼
God Bless all In the path of this storm!!!!
Thank you for your efforts
I'm waiting to welcome your team in the gambia
Carl J Webb Mike Reid