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RE: Katrina response, private and public
From: Nathan Eisenberg <nathan () atlasnetworks us>
Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 19:22:33 -0800
Isn't there a US destroyer taskforce off the coast now? One would think they'd have a supply of diesel available.
From: Eric Brunner-Williams [brunner () nic-naa net]
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2010 3:02 PM
To: nanog () nanog org
Subject: Re: Katrina response, private and public
As of this hour Reynold Guerrier has managed to obtain 56 gallons of
diesel, moving the NAP's dry tank fail point some 8 hours, into the
morning of the 18th.
No other fuel has been delivered to the NAP. The SitRep of the 16th to
the State Department has just been updated with information current as
of this hour.
On 1/16/10 5:36 PM, Eric Brunner-Williams wrote:
At around noon, Eastern, the State Department was provided with
information on the fuel situation at the Port au Prince NAP, which has
used 2/3rds of the available diesel (8gal/hour run rate, 160 gal
remaining) keeping the microwave backhaul to the DR up, and all
remaining governmental and NGO network access.
On 1/16/10 10:43 AM, Reynold Guerrier wrote:
The buggest issues in the 2 coming days will be energy. And I can't
assure that we will be able to get fuel for the generator. Equipment
with Solar energy will be our best shot.
Haiti Earthquake Survivor
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 10:40 AM, Eric Brunner-Williams
<brunner () nic-naa net <mailto:brunner () nic-naa net>> wrote:
After the Katrina landfall a diverse group of wireless people
started organizing a relief effort, culminating in work around
Waveland. There was also a group from the NPGS in Monterey, who
worked on the Boxing Day Tsunami aftermath.
Does anyone have a similar contact set?
IM: reygue () hotmail com <mailto:reygue () hotmail com>