Residents survey the damage to a building after an earthquake April 5, 2010 in Mexicali, Mexico.
Published on April 25, 2010
Forty percent of Mexicali's wheat crop was damaged from the earthquake. The wheat is prized in Italy for making pasta.
A soldier chops sausages to prepare for the following day's breakfast. The army provides 7,500 hot meals a day to people who lost their homes from the Easter earthquake.
The 7.2 magnitude Easter earthquake damaged hundreds of kilometers of roads in Mexicali and made flat, straight roads hilly and curved.
Mexicali resident Lino Camacho has hauled everything from inside of his home out into the yard for fear it will be crushed in an aftershock from the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that shook the region on April 4, 2010.
Vern Jumper used the "red phone" to communicate with Captain Chambers during Ly's landing.
Vern Jumper prepared the flight deck for Ly's landing from this area, known as "Pri-Fly."
Vern Jumper, Air Boss of the USS Midway.
The Bird Dog made a successful landing, even without a tail hook.
Major Bung Ly dropped a note on the Midway's flight deck, asking for permission to land.
Captain Lawrence Chambers made the decision to allow Bung Ly to land on the Midway.
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