U.S. Military Ends Major Relief Operations in Haiti

The U.S. military announced the end of major relief operations in Haiti on Tuesday, nearly five months after the country's devastating January 12 earthquake.

Spearheaded by the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division, thousands of American troops were deployed in Haiti as part of Operation Unified Response.

Almost five months after the deadly quake that devastated Haiti, the American military's earthquake relief mission to Haiti, known as Operation Unified Response, officially ended today as Joint Task Force-Haiti ceased its operations.