On behalf of the whole Filipino nation… Thank you very much!



The US has sent an additional 90 troops to the Philippines for humanitarian assistance efforts. 1


Approximately 80 U.S. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade arrive at Villamor Air Base, on two KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft Nov. 10. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific is working with the Philippine government to rapidly deliver humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. The KC-130J aircraft are with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. Joshua Diddams/Released)

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The largest aircraft in the world, the Antonov AN-225 Mriya, lands in Zagreb, Croatia, to ship a 140m ton power generator to the Philippines.

The biggest plane in the world, a Ukrainian Antonov AN-225, landed in Zagreb airport Pleso to ship a Končar power generator to a power plant in the Philippines. The operation to lift the 140 ton heavy generator with special cranes took all day.

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The Emergency Situations Ministry of the Russian Federation (EMERCOM) is ready to send rescue teams and a mobile hospital to the Philippines to provide assistance in coping with the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

Russia To Send Six Planes, Including Four Il-76 Heavy Transport Planes With 200 Rescuers To Typhoon-hit Philippines.

Thank you Russian Federation!



Thank you U.S.A
News update 5 U.S Marine C130 Plane landing in Samar


Thank you Taiwan
多謝 (duh shiah)
感恩 (kám-un)
魯力 (ló-lat)
感謝 (gahm shiah)

Taiwan C-130 aircraft deliver relief supplies to the Philippines
TAIPEI – The government of Taiwan on Tuesday sent two C-130 military transport aircraft carrying supplies to the Philippines as part of Taiwan’s humanitarian aid mission in the Southeast Asian country in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

The two planes were scheduled to land at Cebu Airport in central Philippines around 5 p.m. After unloading their relief supplies, the C-130s would leave the airport immediately and head back to Taiwan,
Each plane can carry seven and a half tons of relief goods, he said, adding that whether more relief missions will be launched with the aircraft will depend on the weather and the collection of relief supplies in Taiwan.



25 Japanese medical workers, arrived and going to build a field hospital for those victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)…… ありがとう (Arigatō)


A member of the Japan Disaster Relief Medical Team salutes before their departure for a disaster relief mission to the Philippines at Narita international airport in Narita, east of Tokyo, November 11, 2013.



Shipment of German doantion arrived at the Lufthansa hangar last Nov. 11, 2013 from Republic of Germany carrying 23071 kilos of relief goods.

Thank you Germany!





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