U.S. Aid to Tsunami Victims Brigadier Gen. Ken Gluck, deputy commanding general of a U.S. military task force rushing to aid to areas hardest-hit by Sunday's earthquake and tsunami, calls the devastation along the west coasts of Indonesia and Thailand "overwhelming," and details American plans to provide relief.
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U.S. Gears Up to Aid to Tsunami Victims

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U.S. Gears Up to Aid to Tsunami Victims

U.S. Gears Up to Aid to Tsunami Victims

U.S. Gears Up to Aid to Tsunami Victims

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Brigadier Gen. Ken Gluck, deputy commanding general of a U.S. military task force rushing to aid to areas hardest-hit by Sunday's earthquake and tsunami, calls the devastation along the west coasts of Indonesia and Thailand "overwhelming," and details American plans to provide relief.

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