Oklahoma Guard Conduct Search, Rescue Operations in Moore, Okla.

Department of Defense Photo Essay

  • Air Force Master Sgt. Cherry Bina recovers personal items from her own house in Moore, Okla., May 21, 2013. Her house was severely damaged after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20, 2013. Bina is assigned to the Oklahoma Air National Guard’s 137th Maintenance Group.  U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Jon Quinlan
  • Army Sgt. Warren Williams conducts search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Williams is assigned to the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Army Sgt. Warren Williams conducts search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Williams is assigned to the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • A U.S. flag flies above debris in Moore, Okla., May 21, 2013. Members of the Oklahoma National Guard are working to help the city, which suffered severe damage during a tornado that struck May 20. The guardsmen are members of the 63rd Civil Support Team.   U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Army Maj. Gerald Mastin briefs guardsmen in preparation of a search and rescue operation, May 21, 2013,  after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Members of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team monitor the local weather during a search and rescue operation, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Members of Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team conduct search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Army Sgt. Chris Cummins conducts search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Cummins is a member of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Army Sgt. Chris Cummins conducts search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Cummins is a member of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Army Sgt. Chris Cummins conducts search and rescue operations, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Cummins is a member of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team.  U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kendall James
  • Air Force Airman 1st Class Tracy Barnhill surveys the damage of her mother’s house, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado hit the homes of those living in Moore, Okla., May 20. Barnhill is assigned to the 137th Maintenance Group. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mark Hybers
  • Members of the Oklahoma National Guard drive down Telephone Road in Moore, Okla., May 21, 2013, en route to the neighborhoods devastated by a tornado. The tornado struck the city, May 20. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mark Hybers
  • A man wanders slowly through the rubble of what remains of his home, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20. Nothing remains of this home other than the foundation. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mark Hybers
  • A National Guardsman cuts up downed trees in Moore, Okla., May 21, 2013. The trees were brought down when a tornado hit the city, May 20.  U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Jon Quinlan
  • A U.S. flag flies from the rubble of a destroyed home, May 21, 2013, after a devastating tornado killed dozens of people in Moore, Okla., May 20.  U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Jon Quinlan