Participation in Hurricane Katrina Recovery, And After
The following document recounts the participation of a Public Affairs Officer in the Federal Civil Service working for the US Army Corps of Engineer in the clean up of one of the most devastating natural disasters to hit the United States: Hurricane Katrina. It details how this person got the job, what their duties were and how they ended up in the southeast. It also includes what kinds of difficulties they were facing both on the ground as well as back at the office that made the clean up effort very difficult.
Thank you to volunteer Jack Wiseman for this submission.