These pictures show Royal Bahamas Defence Force Marines unloading aid provided by the US Government.
THE international community is rallying to support The Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin.
A team of disaster experts is being sent to The Bahamas by Jamaica on Monday.
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management is sending a Rapid Needs Assessment Team to help co-ordinate relief efforts.
The team includes personnel from the Jamaican Ministry of Health, Defence Force, National Environmental and Planning Agency, and the National Works Agency.
Jamaica has already shipped 50 tonnes of supplies to The Bahamas, reported the Jamaica Observer.
Meanwhile, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force has today been unloading 70,000lbs of USAID donated by the United States Government through the United States Embassy in Nassau. The goods are to aid in hurricane relief efforts to the islands affected by the hurricane.