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Navy SEAL helicopters rescue hundreds of people in Harvey-ravaged Texas

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Navy SEAL helicopters rescue hundreds of people in Harvey-ravaged Texas

The Navy rescue swimmer with the Norfolk-based Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 7, the “Dusty Dogs,” hoisted himself down from the MH-60 Seahawk flying over southeast Houston on Monday night. He remembers finding a mother with two children with asthma and an uncle who’d recently had a kidney transplant. Worrying the kids would run out of inhalers, Harlow said, he shuttled the family onto a rescue basket to be lifted to safety before heading back out into the complex’s flooded parking lot in search of others.

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    Travis Maltby
    September 4, 2017 at 9:08 pm

    This is a DVIDs video that you added your own affect too and spliced two videos together. There was a Navy Sea king helo take off that had my TF in it. There are no Navy Seals here. When it splices over to the AOR camp is and a guy in street clothes goes out the door, it was our task force.

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    Bryan Mitchell
    September 4, 2017 at 9:08 pm

    Your thumbnail picture for this video is Air Force Pararescuemen flying on AIR FORCE HH-60G Pavehawks…the Navy SEALs do not have their own helicopters rolls eyes when everyone thinks everybody cool in the military is a Navy SEAL Also if you are using stock DOD footage you should probably give them credit. Also, what NillyPJ said.

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    NillyPJ
    September 4, 2017 at 9:08 pm

    Wierd, I didn't know SEALs were in the Air Force. These are Pararescuemen flying on Navy helos…

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    Samuel Weatherford
    September 4, 2017 at 9:08 pm

    HSC-7 Dusty Dogs, my old squadron. Gitchusum…!

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