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Everyone who participated in AERObridge's response should be proud of themselves for doing their part which, when combined with others, made all the difference to the victims of the flooding.


Over 20 aircraft from 8 different airports located in 4 states--Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia participated in AERObridge's South Carolina relief efforts.  Over 5 tons of relief supplies were delivered over a week period.


10 aircraft flew on Sunday, October 11th, to Santee-Cooper Regional Airport located near Manning.  These supplies were  given to the Clarendon County Food Bank for distribution to those they normally serve as well as to support a Salvation Army shelter at Camp Bob Cooper, where 200+ evacuees where housed.


 9 aircraft flew on Friday, October 16th to Georgetown Airport providing relieve supplies that were trucked into lower Williamsburg County and then boated into areas that were cut off from normal ground deliveries due to flooded roads and bridges that were out.


There were also individual aircraft that flew from October 8 through 16th to meet immediate needs in these two counties.


We are grateful for the support shown by AOPA, the never ending generosity of the pilot community and the donors who on a moment's notice heard the call to action and mobilized supplies to serve those in need. Thank you!