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Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

Forest Fires: Causes - Florida

Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

Forest Fires: Causes - District of Columbia

Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

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Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

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Forest Fires: Causes - Washington

Forest Fires: Causes - New Hampshire

Forest Fires: Causes - Florida

Forest Fires: Causes - Idaho

Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

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Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

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Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

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Forest Fires: Causes - Minnesota

Forest Fires: Causes - Minnesota

Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

Forest Fires: Causes - Virginia

Forest Fires: Causes - Illinois

Forest Fires: Causes - New Hampshire

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Forest Fires: Causes - North Carolina

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Marriage licenses for returning soldiers and prospective brides censored in New York City. Numbers of returning soldiers applying for marriage licenses upon arrival in New York, causes Provost marshal to detail officer to question all soldiers and their brides-to-be, who appear at License Bureau for necessary papers. Corp. Verne U. Ireland and his sweetheart, Margaret Colligan, convinced Capt. Don Monteith, provost officer and Chief Clerk P.J. Scully, that theirs is a pre-war romance

Airplanes - Instruments - Close view of the mechanism of the aero altimeter. It consists of 35 parts. Under the action of atmospheric pressure the chamber A rises and carries up arm B which in turn communicates its movement to segments D by means of levers C, the movement laterally of segment D causes pinion and staff E to turn and carry around the hand which is fastened upon the top of E. Made by Aero Instrument Corp., New York City

Forest Fires: Causes - California

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Forest Fires: Causes - California

Forest Fires: Causes - Colorado

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Wood Decay Causes - All States

Forest Fires: Causes - Montana

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Howard of Cumberland, Kentucky, and the New Truck He Just Bought with Some of His Black Lung Payments, He Retired from the Mines Several Years Ago, the Disease Results from Coal Dust Particles Filling Air Sacs in the Lungs and Causes a Progressive Shortness of Breath

A starboard bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS PREBLE (DDG 46). The sun's reflection causes the water to appear silver around the silhouetted ship

A student at the Deep Water Environment Survival Training school is towed by a speedboat which causes his parachute to lift him into the air

A student at the Deep Water Environment Survival Training school is towed from a barge by a speedboat which causes his parachute to lift him into the air

A student at the Deep Water Environment Survival Training school prepares to be towed from a barge by a speedboat, which causes his parachute to lift him into the air

A student at the Deep Water Environment Survival Training school is towed from a barge by a speedboat which causes his parachute to lift him into the air

A student scrutinizes aircraft debris during an aircraft mishap investigation class. Remains of plane crashes have been laid out across several acres of the base to provide a realistic crash site setting in which students must determine the causes of acc

A Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) C-2 Greyhound aircraft stands on the No. 3 catapult as wind causes vapor from the catapult to form an arch following the launch of an aircraft from the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Wind causes vapor from the No. 3 catapult to form an arch following the launch of an aircraft from the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Environmental Images: 2004 - Acid Rain [412-EPD-Acid_Rainacidrain.causes.jpg]

K stopping which causes "v" (proton and pi-negative). Photograph taken May 10, 1956. Bubble Chamber-84

At the Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center, a surprise attack by "aggressor" forces causes the base defenders, in full combat field gear, to abandon their vehicle during a convoy, and take up defensive positions as part of their Air Base Ground Defense training (ABGD)

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, 02-3-06 -- Brigadier General Downer explains how the Katrina caused the levee to fail and what happened in the 9th Ward area next to the levee to King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan. The King of Jordan wanted to know the causes, how to prevent losses and see first hand how we respond and handle disasters and what lessons can be learned and applied to disasters in his country. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides] Chehalis, WA, December 10, 2007 -- Local volunteers distributing clothing from a center to be tucked to outlying communities. FEMA is establishing Disaster Recovery Centers in local communities to speed the recovery process. Severe storms causes extensive flooding in Lewis County Washington. Floodwaters destroyed farms, roads, businesses and homes for thousands of residents. Leif Skoogfors/FEMA

[Severe Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides] Chehalis, WA, December 10, 2007 -- Severe storms causes extensive flooding in Lewis County Washington. Floodwaters destoy farms, roads, businesses and homes for thousands of residents. The December 8th disaster destroyed this mobile home park. Workers remove destroyed housing. With a Federal Declaration FEMA responds with assistance to state and local governments. The aid will help individuals and local governments in the recovery efforts. Leif Skoogfors/FEMA

[Severe Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides] Chehalis, WA, December 10, 2007 -- Severe storms causes extensive flooding in Lewis County Washington. Water remains on farmland along Rt. 6 near Chehalis. Floodwaters damaged farms, roads, businesses and homes affecting thousands of residents. With a Federal Declaration FEMA responds with assistance to state and local governments. The aid will help individuals and local governments in the recovery efforts. Leif Skoogfors/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Baton Rouge, La. , 9/09/08 -- This tree was blown down in this Baton Rouge Cemetary. Hurricane Gustav causes major damage to the Baton Rouge National Cemetary. Calvin Tolleson/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston, TX, September 12, 2008 -- Hurricane Ike causes waves begining to break over this rail road bed just outside of town. Waters rise in areas throughout the city as Hurricane Ike approaches the east coast of Texas. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. FEMA Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- An estimated 800 members of Boston's homeless community enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at the annual "Table of Friends" event. For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

Moore, Okla., June 5, 2013 -- Plaza Towers Elementary School bricks are unloaded for a healing arts project. The project is part of {HOPE} raisers is a group of individuals, businesses and causes that care about the community from all over the country. Together they use their time, talent and treasures to create community engagement and Raise Some Hope. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Moore, Okla., June 5, 2013 -- A message on the back of a shirt at Plaza Towers Elementary School. The shirt is part of an art project with {HOPE} raisers which is a group of individuals, businesses and causes that care about the community from all over the country. Together they use their time, talent and treasures to create community engagement and Raise Some Hope. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Moore, Okla., June 5, 2013 -- Plaza Towers Elementary School first grade teacher Sarah Tauscher, writes on a brick from the school during a healing arts project. The project called {HOPE} raisers is a group of individuals, businesses and causes that care about the community from all over the country. Together they use their time, talent and treasures to create community engagement and Raise Some Hope. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Moore, Okla., June 5, 2013 -- Plaza Towers Elementary School first grade teacher Sarah Tauscher, left, and her son Jackson Kirksey, pick out a brick from the school so that they can take part in a personal art project. The project called {HOPE} raisers is a group of individuals, businesses and causes that care about the community from all over the country. Together they use their time, talent and treasures to create community engagement and Raise Some Hope. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

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