Mississippi Guard Brings Water Relief

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News Sept. 2, 2022 , DOD News

A resident thanks soldiers after receiving bottled water at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds in Jackson.

Nearly 600 Mississippi National Guardsmen also distributed non-potable water from water trucks at seven sites amid the city’s water crisis.

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