In support of Operation Unified Response, medical professionals from USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) and other Sailors from Navy units in the area organized a treatment facility for Haitians affected by the Jan. 12 earthquake.
USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) arrived off the coast of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 18 to support Operation Unified Response, a joint military relief effort for victims of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck the island nation Jan. 12.
Twenty-seven Sailors from amphibious dock landing ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) participated in a community relation (COMREL) project Jan. 22 for Haiti earthquake victims in support of Operation Unified Response.
USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) onloaded more than 400 pallets of water, food rations and medical supplies, as well as thousands of cots and tents to support Operation Unified Response, in less than 24 hours during a brief stop at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) Jan. 24.
USS Carter Hall's (LSD 50) Main Propulsion Division (M-Div) has supported Operation Unified Response since the ship deployed Jan. 14, and they are determining factor in the ship's ability to bring humanitarian aid and assistance to earthquake victims in Haiti.
Navy doctors, hospital corpsmen and other Sailors assigned to USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) joined a team of international doctors at a field hospital in Leogane, Haiti, to provide primary medical and dental care to the Haitian people as their country recovers in the wake of the Jan. 12 earthquake.
USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) returned to Naval Base Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), Cuba, Feb. 10 and loaded more than 200 pallets of food and humanitarian relief supplies to support Operation Unified Response in Haiti.
The deputy commander of U.S. Fleet Forces Command led naval officers on tour of USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) Feb. 17, while the ship continues humanitarian and disaster relief evolutions in support of Operation Unified Response.
Sailors aboard amphibious dock landing ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) and Marines assigned to the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) are working together to complete training during an Amphibious Ready Group/MEU Exercise (ARG/MEUEX) in the Atlantic Ocean, Dec. 2.