QC soldiers going to Texas

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Hutchinson's office says the guardsmen will leave on Saturday and the deployment could be up to 30 days.

The latest group joins two Pennsylvania CH-47 Chinook Helicopters sent September 1 to aid the efforts.

The Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat Aviation Brigade is an Army National Guard unit that supports disaster response operations by providing aviation capabilities - both UH-60 Black Hawk and CH-47 Chinook helicopters.

While it might seem the situation around Houston is more stable after Harvey, the Texas Army National Guard is on a mission to get flood victims the supplies they need.

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The state of Texas has requested support from Iowa.

"They are making all of us very proud", he added, from the 193 Special Operations wing in Middletown.

The National Guard has no time to rest.

"The soldiers will join Guardsmen from across the nation who are being activated in response to Hurricane Harvey", the Guard's statement reads.

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Additionally, Durney said the hospital system has pre-staged a patient reception area at TAC Air, a general aviation service center at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field in Little Rock, although it hasn't yet been activated. They have also rescued 44 animals.

Nebraska Task Force 1, a Lincoln-based, 80-member crew now working out of Katy, Texas, remains in the area.

The team will help with moving supplies, equipment, and people.

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