With today's addition, the company is sending a total of more than 850 highly-experienced restoration workers and support personnel to the region impacted by the hurricane.
Scouts left Monday, and the tool workers will leave Tuesday.
They will join 305 of their fellow Entergy workers who are already in the Northeast and standing by, ready to help. In addition, Entergy will provide some customer service representatives to remotely answer customer calls from affected areas.
The video with this story shows Entergy Arkansas crews leaving the fairgrounds at Gaithersburg, Maryland around 11:30 this morning.
At the request of host utility Pepco they have been mobilized to work for Atlantic City Electric.
They will be staged at Mays Landing, New Jersey and could be called to work anywhere from Atlantic City down to Cape May.
Entergy officials say the power company has 78 linemen, scouts and support staff that left in its second wave of support. All but six of those will join the first wave in New Jersey. Six are underground specialists like cable splicers who will go to support ConEd in New York.