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The National Guard and Katrina: Exhibit to open | Greenwich Time


The Louisiana National Guard is highlighting the military's contributions during the catastrophic days of Hurricane Katrina with an exhibit that contains a search-and-rescue UH-1 helicopter, soldiers' personal artifacts and a tattered U.S. flag that made it through the storm on a flagpole in front of City Hall in New Orleans.
The exhibit is called "Hurricane Katrina — Reflections of First Response" and opens to the public Wednesday.

It tells the story of the Louisiana National Guard's work and that of Guardsmen from 48 states and territories during Katrina and its aftermath.

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