The only flights going in and out are on US military transport
Supplies being airlifted in by the US military
Aerial view of the devastation caused by Typhoon Yolanda
Many of the bodies washed up on the shore are from neighboring islands, which have few to no survivors
Husband said the destruction was like something out of the Bible. He said he'd never seen anything like it.
Body parts, car parts, house parts, just…parts. Strewn everywhere.
People are making the trek to the airport from the entire island for food and water as there are no supplies in the surrounding countryside except what we are able to airlift in.
But we're getting those much needed supplies out as fast as we can.
Mostly water and rice.
Supplies are taken around the island via US military helicopters.
People would die from dehydration and starvation without these supplies.
Husband looking heroic.
A nice shot for USAID.
The flight back looks a whole lot different than the flight up. The US military takes back American Citizens first, but then they fill their flights with others who need to be evacuated.
To Villamor AB in Manila. Hopefully they will be able to return to their homes someday.