U.S. military troops load jugs of drinking water into a helicopter at the airport in Port-au-Prince Haiti, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. As part of their ongoing aid delivery flights, two U.S. military helicopters on Friday ferried USAID drinking water and saline to the remote town of Anse d'Hainault, which has seen a spike in cholera cases after suffering severe damage from Hurricane Matthew.
U.S. military troops load jugs of drinking water into a helicopter at the airport in Port-au-Prince Haiti, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. As part of their ongoing aid delivery flights, two U.S. military helicopters on Friday ferried USAID drinking water and saline to the remote town of Anse d'Hainault, which has seen a spike in cholera cases after suffering severe damage from Hurricane Matthew. Rebecca Blackwell AP
U.S. military troops load jugs of drinking water into a helicopter at the airport in Port-au-Prince Haiti, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. As part of their ongoing aid delivery flights, two U.S. military helicopters on Friday ferried USAID drinking water and saline to the remote town of Anse d'Hainault, which has seen a spike in cholera cases after suffering severe damage from Hurricane Matthew. Rebecca Blackwell AP

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