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U.S. service members make potable water for St. Martin after Hurricane Irma [Image 1 of 14]

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian LeonesU.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Fenley, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, sets up the Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South  

U.S. Marine Colonel Michael V. Samarov, left, commander of Joint Task Force – Leeward Islands, discusses ongoing relief operations with Brig. Gen. Peter De Vin, commander of Netherlands forces in the Caribbean. The joint task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian LeonesU.S. Marine Corps Forces, South  

U.S. Marines Cpl. Brandon Fenley and Lance Cpl. Eric C Mitts, both water support technicians with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, set up the Lightweight Water Purification System at St. Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marine Colonel Michael V. Samarov, right, commander of Joint Task Force – Leeward Islands, discusses ongoing relief operations with Brig. Gen. Peter De Vin, commander of Netherlands forces in the Caribbean. The joint task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marines with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands unload the parts for a Lightweight Water Purification System from a box truck at a water purification site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Fenley, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, sets up the Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South 

U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Eric C. Mitts and Cpl. Brandon Fenley, both water support technicians with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, drag a hose for a Lightweight Water Purification System into the ocean at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South 

U.S. Marines Cpl. Brandon Fenley, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, set up the Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.14.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South 

U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Fenley, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, drags the hose for a Lightweight Water Purification System into the ocean at a water distribution site in Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.15.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Eric C. Mitts, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, connects hoses for a Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.15.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marines Cpl. Brandon Fenley and Lance Cpl. Eric C. Mitts, both water support technicians with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, set up a Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 15, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.15.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Eric C. Mitts and Cpl. Brandon Fenley, both water support technicians with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, set up a Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.15.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marines Cpl. Brandon Fenley and Cpl. Dustin J. Parker, both water support technicians with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, set up a Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 14, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)

SAINT MARTIN 09.15.2017 Photo by Sgt. Ian Leones U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South

U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Fenley, a water support technician with Joint Task Force - Leeward Islands, helps Anne Galegor, right, a representative of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, fill containers with water created with a Lightweight Water Purification System at a water distribution site on Saint Martin, Sept. 15, 2017. The system allows the Marines to purify approximately 1,800 gallons of water a day in order to supply communities on the island affected by Hurricane Irma. At the request of partner nations, JTF-LI deployed aircraft and service members to areas in the eastern Caribbean Sea affected by Hurricane Irma. The task force is a U.S. military unit composed of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen, and represents U.S. Southern Command’s primary response to Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ian Leones)