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Disabled tank used as an observation post. Near Ribecourt, France. 11-23-1917

American Red Cross - Rehabilitation - Members of International Commission for "Rehabilitation of Disabled Men." New departure in reconstruction work is formation of a committee for Rebabilitation of Disabled Me, under auspices of American Red Cross. Left to Right: Andre Treves (Belgium); Vittorio Putti (Italy); Dr. Maurice Bourrillon (France); Louis Allerman (Belgium); Douglas McMurtire (U.S.); Grace Harber (U.S. Red Cross); Edmond Dronsart (France)

American Red Cross - Rehabilitation - Internation Committee on Rehabilitation of Disabled Soldiers at Conferfence in New York City. Committee at Red Cross International Conference for rehabilitation of disabled soldiers. Left to Right: Andre Treves (Belgium); Vittorio Putti (Italy); Dr. Maurice Bourrillon (France); Louis Allerman (Belgium); Douglas McMurtire (U.S.); Grace Harber (U.S. Red Cross); Edmond Dronsart (France). In front of Red Cross Institue for Crippled men, New York City

Photograph taken from a Captured German Film Showing a Nazi Soldier beside a Disabled American Half-Track

EMPLOYING DISABLED WORKERS IN INDUSTRY

Jack Smith, 42, a Disabled Miner Who Lives in Rhodell, West Virginia, Shown with One of His Daughters, Debra, in the Tavern He Now Operates, He Had Worked in the Mines One Year When His Legs were Crushed in a Roof Cave-in, it Took Him 18 Years to Received Workman's Compensation, His Wheelchair was Bought for Him by His Friend, Arnold Miller, Now President of the United Mine Workers Smith is Active in the Union, and Has Manned Picket Lines in the Past

Disabled veterans in wheelchairs pass the Washington Monument during the dedication parade for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Disabled veterans attend a memorial service during the dedication day parade for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Disabled Iraqi ships block portions of a waterway during Operation Desert Storm.

Disabled Iraqi ships block portions of a waterway during Operation Desert Storm.

Disabled and abandoned Iraqi vehicles sit in a dispersal area pockmarked with bomb craters following Operation Desert Storm.

Mrs. Laura Bush Visits Mother Teresa's Jeevan Jyoti (Light of Life) Home for Disabled Children in New Delhi, India

U.S. Navy Cryptologic Technician 1ST Class (SW) Michael Gordon, a cryptologic instructor for Combat Directions Systems Activity (CDSA) at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia Beach, Va., repairs and cleans a wheelchair at Saint Mary's Home for Disabled Children, Norfolk, Va., on Sept. 8, 2006. He is a member of the Volunteer Hampton Roads, a non-profit organization aimed at giving back to the Hampton Roads community. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SEAMAN Apprentice Matthew Bookwalter) (RELEASED)

Boston, Mass. , July 13, 2010 -- FEMA Director Marcie Roth, FEMA Office of Disability Integration and Coordination address participants in the International Conference on Rebuilding Sustainable Communities with the Elderly and Disabled People after Disasters at the University of Massachusetts Boston on July 13, 2010. FEMA/Dennis Pinkham

Boston, Mass. , July 13, 2010 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino addresses participants in the International Conference on Rebuilding Sustainable Communities with the Elderly and Disabled People after Disasters at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He is talking about the importance of including people with disabilities and the elderly in all levels of emergency planning. FEMA/Dennis Pinkham

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Phil Campbell, Ala. , May 8, 2011 -- Sign of the Disabled Veterans Contractors at the FEMA temporary housing site. Contractors install the mobile homes before releasing to FEMA for occupancy by those left homeless by the April tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

Emergency Planning and Security - Aug. 22, 2012 -- Donald L. Samuels, national commander of the Disabled American Veterans, presents Christiana Hess with a check for the first-place scholarship of $20,000 (funded by Ford Motor Company).