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161008-N-XX123-001 JEREMIE, Haiti - Petty Officer 1st Class Colby Wightman (Right) volunteered to assist in the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts by loading and delivering 300 bags of beans and rice, in two sorties, to individuals affected by Hurricane Matthew in Jeremie. Wightman was one of two Seabee technicians from Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC), Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE) division, who deployed in support of the ongoing relief operations in Haiti. Wightman and Chief Petty Officer James Muskevitsch deployed with the Joint Task Force (JTF) Matthew advance party to provide damage assessment, troubleshoot and assist in repair of the critical electrical infrastructure in preparation for the arrival of the NAVFAC Contingency Engineer Response Team (CERT) and JTF main parties. U.S. Navy Photo by Chief Petty Officer James Muskevitsch (RELEASED)

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