hurricane maria Joint Base San Antonio Says Goodbye To Heather Pringle By Carson Frame • Jun 6, 2018 Carson Frame / TPR News Brig. Gen. Heather Pringle relinquished command of the 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio Wednesday at a ceremony at MacArthur Parade Field. Listen Listening... / 1:00 Texas Nonprofit Brings Water Technology To Disaster Area By Paul Flahive • May 21, 2018 The Water Rescue Foundation The Federal Emergency Management Agency spent $361 million on bottled water in Puerto Rico by the end of January, after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in September. Listen Listening... / 4:17 CPS Energy Sends Workers To Assist In Puerto Rico Recovery By Joey Palacios • Feb 2, 2018 Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio CPS Energy sent two of its workers to Puerto Rico to assist in overseeing operations as power is restored to the U.S. territory. Much of the island has been without electricity since Hurricane Maria hit in September. Listen Listening... / 0:50 After Maria, VA Battles PTSD, Other Health Issues in Puerto Rico Veterans By editor • Nov 8, 2017 A month and a half after hurricane Maria, the VA Caribbean Healthcare system is delivering care in unconventional ways. And it's helping veterans whose PTSD was triggered by the storm. Soldiers Distribute Clean Water in Puerto Rico, Where It's Still a Luxury By Jay Price • Nov 3, 2017 Many residents are making daily visits to distribution sites, where the Army has set up portable water purification systems. With Huge Job Ahead, National Guard Begins Rebuilding Rural Puerto Rico Roads By editor • Oct 25, 2017 A North Carolina-based engineering battalion is making slow progress repairing roads that were blocked or damaged in Hurricane Maria. But months of work lies ahead. ARNORTH Commander Gives Puerto Rico Update By Carson Frame • Oct 11, 2017 Credit: Defense Video Imagery Distribution System U.S. Army North hosted a press conference Tuesday inside the Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle with the Army North commander leading the Department of Defense response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Like a Flying Ambulance: Air Force Evacuates Critically Ill Patients From St. Croix By Bobbie O'Brien • Oct 2, 2017 Military C-130 and C-17 aircraft have been outfitted with medical equipment, as the Air Force flies patients to hospitals in the mainland U.S.