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Harrisburg, Pa., March 18, 2013 -- FEMA Region IV Public Assistance Program Manager Jay Jackson teaches a class of FEMA Public Assistance managers who are set to deploy to New York and New Jersey to work on Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. Jackson was involved in the Public Assistance Middle Manager Pilot Course that was held at the Harrisburg, Pa. Joint Field Office in March. Photo by FEMA/Veronica Hinke

Harrisburg, Pa., March 18, 2013 -- FEMA Region IV Public Assistance Program Manager Jay Jackson teaches a class of FEMA Public Assistance managers who are set to deploy to New York and New Jersey to work on Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. Jackson was involved in the Public Assistance Middle Manager Pilot Course that was held at the Harrisburg, Pa. Joint Field Office in March. Photo by FEMA/Veronica Hinke

 
 
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Date Taken: 2013-03-18 00:00:00 UTC

Photographer Name: Veronica Hinke

City/State: Harrisburg, PA

Disasters: Pennsylvania Hurricane Sandy (EM-3356) ^ Pennsylvania Hurricane Irene (DR-4025) ^ Pennsylvania Tropical Storm Lee (DR-4030) ^ Pennsylvania Hurricane Sandy (DR-4099)

Disaster Types: Coastal Storm ^ Dam/Levee Break ^ Drought ^ Earthquake ^ Emergency Planning and Security ^ Extreme Temperatures ^ Flooding ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm ^ Tornado ^ Wildfire ^ Winter Storm
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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