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Kobe, Japan


1) FEMA, The Los Angeles Fire Dept., The American General in Charge of 35,000 US troops in Asia... and others offered assistance. They were ALL refused. Only ARTI was authorized by the Japanese Government to rescue victims in Japan. This is the 5th time the US Government has offered assistance, been refused and ARTI has been accepted. ARTI now has 300 diplomatic documents as 'the world's most experienced rescue team' without any political or ulterior motives other than simply saving lives. This is a group photo of some of ARTI's team, in Kobe.


2) ARTI Chief checks for entry point in the collapsed main train station. This is where we crawled in.


3) ARTI team member. Which way is up?


4) ARTI inside the train station. See for yourself.... it was a mess.


5) ARTI crawled over this broken Glass for 200 ft. Nobody got a cut. We teach teams around the world how to do it.


6) Copp crawled 800 ft. in a space 2 ft high. Copp was wet from freezing rain crawling on this cold concrete resulted in Copp getting pneumonia.


7) A Japanese assistant to ARTI. This picture was taken by Copp. Copp on the slab was taken by him.


8) ARTI with the Japanese Fire Dept, uncovering a squashed body under the floor boards/ceiling.


9) The bodies were lined up outside. The blankets covered the victims out of consideration for the families of the victims.


10) Kobe had 300 BILLION DOLLARS damage. This disaster disproved the nonsense from the American Agencies that modern buildings don't collapse. ARTI had tried to give them a dose of reality on this point for years. Moving mountains is a lot easier than moving USA bureaucracy. This is the ground floor of a skyscraper. We have 300 pictures of Kobe. Kobe Construction is vastly superior to Californian construction. If this Earthquake happened in San Francisco there would not be a single building left standing; including, ALL the Fire Stations.


11) This is inside an apartment... inside of a collapsed apartment building. We popped up like gophers inside of this void. We crawled under a slab 200-ft away to get here. We took a 15-minute rest break here. It is amazing what a human being can adapt to.

 
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