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Donation of Disaster Supplies to Alabama from Japan

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Montgomery, Ala., May 5, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Byrne speaks at the presentation of a gift of disaster supplies to the state of Alabama from Japan. The commodities were given as a symbol of the appreciation of the Japanese Government for the assistance from the United States during their recent devastating earthquake and tsunami and in paying respect to the people of Alabama who suffered from the tornadoes of April 28. Left to right are: NAKAZAWA Keiichiro,Japan International Cooperation Agency; TAKUJI Hanatani, Consul General of Japan in Atlanta, FEMA FCO Bryne, Luther Strange, Alabama Attorney General, and Seth Hammett, Director Alabama Development Office.   George Armstrong/FEMA
Montgomery, Ala., May 5, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Byrne speaks at the presentation of a gift of disaster supplies to the state of Alabama from Japan. The commodities were given as a symbol of the appreciation of the Japanese Government for the assistance from the United States during their recent devastating earthquake and tsunami and in paying respect to the people of Alabama who suffered from the tornadoes of April 28. Left to right are: NAKAZAWA Keiichiro,Japan International Cooperation Agency; TAKUJI Hanatani, Consul General of Japan in Atlanta, FEMA FCO Bryne, Luther Strange, Alabama Attorney General, and Seth Hammett, Director Alabama Development Office. George Armstrong/FEMA - Location: Montgomery, AL
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