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Shawnee, Okla., May 28, 2013 -- FEMA Corps Disaster Survivors Assistance Team (DSAT) members are helping to set up this Mobile Intake Registration Center (MIRC) vehicle at the Gordon Cooper Technology Center. FEMA is here in response to the tornadoes of May 19-20.  George Armstrong/FEMA

Shawnee, Okla., May 28, 2013 -- FEMA Corps Disaster Survivors Assistance Team (DSAT) members are helping to set up this Mobile Intake Registration Center (MIRC) vehicle at the Gordon Cooper Technology Center. FEMA is here in response to the tornadoes of May 19-20. George Armstrong/FEMA

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Date Taken: 2013-05-28 00:00:00 UTC

Photographer Name: George Armstrong

City/State: Shawnee, OK

Keywords: DSAT MRIC Individual Assistance ^ Individual assistance ^ DSAT ^ MRIC

Disaster Types: Severe Storm ^ Tornado

Categories: Disaster Officials ^ Disaster Recovery Center ^ FEMA Corps ^ Individual Assistance ^ Operations ^ Preparations ^ Recovery ^ Response
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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