During Southeast Asia trip, Chuck Hagel stresses humanitarian aid coordination

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Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014 12:00 am

TOKYO — The U.S. Marines had rice, water and medicine packed into the plane's cargo hold, but what they were really delivering was hope.

Cpl. Kristyn Hyland, a 23-year-old Omaha native, was a crewmaster on one of the planes bringing in supplies last November after typhoon Haiyan laid waste to parts of the Philippines.

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