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37 Association of the United States Navy PET T Y OFFICER 2ND CLASS MARK ANDRE W HAYS copy of Navy, we probably have your correct mailing address. Not if you recently moved, however, and the post office is still forwarding the mail from your previous address. When that forwarding period ends, we have lost contact with you until such time as you check back with us. If it has been awhile since you heard from us, and you would like us to update your contact information in our system, please let us know…you wouldn't want to miss the next issue! Have a new email or tele- phone number you are keeping private to keep the robo-callers/ emailers from bothering you? No need to share with us if you don't want to. If we need to contact you, we will revert back to regular ("snail") mail. To our Houston shipmates, the news reports said that you and your neighbors took on Harvey and then took care of each other. Well done. I only hope that our other AUSN members who have faced the fury of Mother Nature this hurricane season in Hurricanes Irma and Maria have fared as well. anks, as always, for your continued support of AUSN and for your shipmates! n Robert D. Reilly, Jr., RADM(Ret.) Above: Lt. Ross McCaskill (center) observes a building model at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi's Army Depot prior to an assessment for damage by Hurricane Harvey as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). Below: A few Facebook posts documenting the extreme flooding conditions.

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