On Feb. 27 the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a tsunami warning for Guam and Saipan after a massive 8.8 earthquake struck Chile. Fortunately both islands were unaffected. Typically after a disaster communication is degraded or non-existent and emergency managers and personnel need to know the location of a bridge that may be knocked out a building that has collapsed or a coastline that has been dramatically altered said Lt. Col. Brandon Baker squadron commander of Detachment 3 . . .
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