Recovery efforts continue as FEMA officials have set up operational headquarters at Ft. Rucker to aid local residents that were effected by the storm. Yesterday, WDHN spoke with the FEMA officials about their progress so far, and what they still have to accomplish. FEMA is one of many agencies that are responding to the call of many displaced Alabamians and Floridians whose lives were torn apart by Hurricane Ivan. But, FEMA personnel say they do not come in and just take over...they try and give relief to the suffering. Scott Olsen from FEMA said, "a lot of times help comes in many forms, but is especially needed in the medical field. In fact, NDMS facilities or Natural Disaster Systems, are in several places. There are three facilities located in Pensacola Florida. They are at Sacred Heart, Baptist and West Florida Hospitals... in Milton Florida... there is a FEMA at Santa Rosa Hospital...and here in Alabama there are crews in Orange Alabama at the Community Center, and locally at Ft. Rucker." FEMA officials say they may be at Ft. Rucker another three weeks, but there is no estimate on how long they will be in Pensacola with all the catastrophic damage in that area.