Haitians have begun to shift their attention from the ground to the sky, as Marines are beginning to airlift in relief supplies.
Flight operations aboard the USS Bataan continue to move at a constant rate, but they can only move mostly Marines and equipment to Haiti.
Nine days after the quake hit, search and rescue teams continue to pull survivors from the rubble. And while most of the focus is on the relief efforts on
WAVY News 10 photojournalists Art Kohn and Jeff Myers were able to file their first on ground report from Haiti Wednesday.
WAVY News photojournalists Art Kohn and Jeff Myers were invited to go on an incredible trip into Haiti with the Marines on Friday.
See photos taken from aboard the USS Bataan. Courtesy of Chief Photographer Jeff Myers.
6 p.m. Skype chat update and report with Art Kohn, aboard the USS Bataan, en route to Haiti.
The USS Bataan stopped in North Carolina Friday to pick up Marines from the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Unit at Camp Lejeune on its way the Haiti.
5:30 p.m. Skype chat update with Art Kohn, aboard the USS Bataan, en route to Haiti.
Sailors, along with WAVY photojournalists Art Kohn and Jeff Myers, are still en route to Haiti to help aid relief efforts after a massive earthquake shook the
WAVY photojournalists Art Kohn and Jeff Myers are on board USS Bataan, which is on its way to Haiti to aid with humanitarian and disaster relief.