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OVERFLIGHT MISSION

OVERFLIGHT MISSION
An MH-60T Jayhawk helicopter crew prepares to depart New York with Coast Guard Rear Adm. Dan Abelthe, 1st Coast Guard district commander, Oct. 31, 2012. Abel is conducting an overflight of the New York and New Jersey waterways to determine the damage sustained from Hurricane Sandy. The crew is assigned to Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod, Mass.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Joe Klinker

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