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Nevasca causa estragos em diversas cidades dos Estados Unidos

Verona- Estados Unidos- Soldados da Guarda Nacional, preparam-se para patrulhar a cidade de Verona, no estado da Virgínia, por conta de possíveis incidentes causados pela forte nevasca que atingem o país.

Os efeitos da tempestade que causou danos consideráveis a numerosas linhas de energia em todo o interior do estado da Carolina do Sul.

Soldados da Brigada 116, são orientados antes de partirem para patrulhamento e monitoramento das ruas da cidade de Fredericksburg, no estado da Carolina do Sul.

 

 

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage with the Verona Fire Department to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Verona, Virginia. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. The Guard is working 20 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. (Photo by Sgt. Chris Martrano, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage with the Verona Fire Department to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Verona, Virginia. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. The Guard is working 20 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. (Photo by Sgt. Chris Martrano, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)

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Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Fredericksburg-based 116th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team coordinate with the Virginia State Police to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Fairfax, Virginia. The Virginia National Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at National Guard readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by Master Sgt. A.J. Coyne, Virginia National Guard Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Fredericksburg-based 116th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team coordinate with the Virginia State Police to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Fairfax, Virginia. The Virginia National Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at National Guard readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by Master Sgt. A.J. Coyne, Virginia National Guard Public Affairs)

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Wind, ice, and snow affect traffic and deny access to many secondary roads and driveways during a winter storm in upstate of South Carolina, Jan. 22, 2016, Greenville and Travelers Rest, South Carolina. The effects of the storm caused considerable damage to numerous power lines across the upstate. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Roby Di Giovine/ Released)
Wind, ice, and snow affect traffic and deny access to many secondary roads and driveways during a winter storm in upstate of South Carolina, Jan. 22, 2016, Greenville and Travelers Rest, South Carolina. The effects of the storm caused considerable damage to numerous power lines across the upstate. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Roby Di Giovine/ Released)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Fredericksburg-based 116th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team coordinate with the Virginia State Police to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Fairfax, Virginia. The Virginia National Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at National Guard readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by Master Sgt. A.J. Coyne, Virginia National Guard Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Fredericksburg-based 116th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team coordinate with the Virginia State Police to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Fairfax, Virginia. The Virginia National Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at National Guard readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by Master Sgt. A.J. Coyne, Virginia National Guard Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage with the Verona Fire Department to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Verona, Virginia. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. The Guard is working 20 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. (Photo by Sgt. Chris Martrano, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage with the Verona Fire Department to be ready for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016, in Verona, Virginia. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. The Guard is working 20 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. (Photo by Sgt. Chris Martrano, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to units from the Lynchburg-based 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage at their readiness center in Lexington, Virginia, to prepare for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016. The Guard is working nearly 25 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. Soldiers are helping state troopers with transport to hard-to-reach areas as well as transporting citizens in need of medial attention and transfer of medical supplies. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo contributed by B Company, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to units from the Lynchburg-based 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team stage at their readiness center in Lexington, Virginia, to prepare for possible winter weather response operations Jan. 22, 2016. The Guard is working nearly 25 requests from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide support to several localities as well as the Virginia State Police in Northern Virginia area and along the I-81 and US 29 corridors. Soldiers are helping state troopers with transport to hard-to-reach areas as well as transporting citizens in need of medial attention and transfer of medical supplies. The Guard currently has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready at readiness centers along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo contributed by B Company, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team depart their readiness center in Staunton, Virginia, to link up with Virginia State Police Jan. 23, 2016. Guard personnel across the state are assisting VSP troopers and local emergency organizations get through heavy snow to respond to vehicle crashes, evacuate citizens in need of medical assistance and have also helped get needed equipment to a house fire. The Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Northern Virginia, Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by 2nd Lt. (Va.) Jay Haas, Virginia Defense Force Public Information Detachment)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team depart their readiness center in Staunton, Virginia, to link up with Virginia State Police Jan. 23, 2016. Guard personnel across the state are assisting VSP troopers and local emergency organizations get through heavy snow to respond to vehicle crashes, evacuate citizens in need of medical assistance and have also helped get needed equipment to a house fire. The Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Northern Virginia, Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by 2nd Lt. (Va.) Jay Haas, Virginia Defense Force Public Information Detachment)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team depart their readiness center in Staunton, Virginia, to link up with Virginia State Police Jan. 23, 2016. Guard personnel across the state are assisting VSP troopers and local emergency organizations get through heavy snow to respond to vehicle crashes, evacuate citizens in need of medical assistance and have also helped get needed equipment to a house fire. The Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Northern Virginia, Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by 2nd Lt. (Va.) Jay Haas, Virginia Defense Force Public Information Detachment)
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based Headquarters Company, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team depart their readiness center in Staunton, Virginia, to link up with Virginia State Police Jan. 23, 2016. Guard personnel across the state are assisting VSP troopers and local emergency organizations get through heavy snow to respond to vehicle crashes, evacuate citizens in need of medical assistance and have also helped get needed equipment to a house fire. The Guard has approximately 400 personnel staged and ready along the I-81 corridor between Lexington and Winchester, along the Route 29 corridor from Warrenton to Danville, as well as in the areas near Northern Virginia, Richmond, Fredericksburg and Gate City. (Photo by 2nd Lt. (Va.) Jay Haas, Virginia Defense Force Public Information Detachment)

 

Foto: Sgt. A.J. Coyne/ Virginia National Guard Public Affairs

 

 

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