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Colleges and Universities - Harley Davidson School for Motorcycle Mechanics - Putting the motor on the framework of the motorcycle at school for motorcycle mechanics

Airplanes - Parts - Dual stick control of advanced aeroplanes for training. Skeleton framework of the new device as manufactured in plant of Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation in Buffalo, N.Y

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Dirigibles. Stabling a Dirigible on a windy day is no easy task. When the French had the station one was destroyed by being blown against the steel framework of the great canvas hangar. The hangar is seven hundred feet long and ninety feet high. It will accomodate two large ships or three small ones. A second hangar is in couse of construction. When complete, this unit of the American Naval Aviation Service will fly four dirigibles and keep up constant patrols

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Airplane body framework, Standard Aero Corp., Plainfield, N.J

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Manufacturing F-5 flying boats for the U.S. Navy; Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd., Toronto, Canada. The framework of the flying boat

Airplanes - Parts - Dual stick control of advanced aeroplanes for training. Skeleton framework of the new device as manufactured in plant of Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation in Buffalo, N.Y

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Wing framework for airplane, Standard Aero Corp., Plainfield, N.J

184-inch cyclotron exterior building framework on second day, taken October 3, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron exterior building framework on second day, taken October 3, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron exterior building framework on fourth day, taken October 7, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron exterior building framework on fourth day, taken October 7, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Workmen at 184-inch cyclotron showing exterior building framework, taken October 8, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron exterior building framework, with magnet, taken October 8, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Framework of the184-inch cyclotron facility taken October 23, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Image Library Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

View of 184-inch cyclotron dome framework provided by unknown photographer, taken 2/26/1945. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Framework for Peace -- East Room

Framework for Peace -- East Room

Framework for Peace -- East Room

Signing Framework for Peace

U.S. military personnel put together the framework of a temporary building that will be used during exercise Bright Star '82

Alex Leon installs steel reinforcing rods in the framework of a bridge at Pier 11 of Naval Station, Long Beach. All Hands - May 1983

Members of the 905th Civil Engineering Squadron, Westover Air Force Base, Massachusetts, prepare to put a canvas tent over its wooden framework during a Prime Beef competition

Members of the 905th Civil Engineering Squadron, Westover Air Force Base, Massachusetts, put a canvas tent over its wooden framework during a Prime Beef competition

Members of the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron construct the framework for bunkers and shower facilities during a week-long field training and convoy security exercise

A view of the framework of the new nose building, to be used by the 301st Aerial Refueling Wing, silhouetted against the sky

Location: Persian Gulf. Other workers shield their eyes as a welder puts together a metal framework on board the barge HERCULES. The barge is operating in support of Navy efforts to provide security for US-flagged shipping in the gulf. The stern of a PB Mark III patrol boat can be seen behind the workers

Members of a U.S. Navy construction battalion measure sections of framework during Operation Desert Shield

Artwork: "Camp Dragon XVIII Airborne HQS Soldier Helps Construct FrameWork". Artist: Peter Varisano. Catalog Number: 1.13.91

SENIOR AIRMAN Joseph Wall shovels sand into the hollow framework of aluminum planking to help stabilize the barrier, which will be used as a revetment on an airfield during Operation Desert Storm. The barriers protect aircraft from strafing, shell fragments and other such threats.

Maintenance team members construct a framework of aluminum planking to be used as a revetment on an airfield during Operation Desert Storm. When the hollow structure is filled with sand for stabilization, it protects aircraft from strafing, shell fragments and other such threats.

A member of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40 inspects part of the framework of a warehouse that is being converted into a field kitchen at the Joint Task Force Somalia headquarters compound. The headquarters was established in the former U. S. Embassy during the multinational relief effort OPERATION RESTORE HOPE

A Macedonian carpenter prepares the framework that will support the roof of the recreation center

184-inch cyclotron, calutron conversion. Dee framework. Unknown date. 184"-280 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project, ca. 1946

Bevatron building under construction, external framework in place. Photograph taken March 28, 1950. Bevatron-226

In the Pershing Park Housing, the framework of a new Military Housing unit is completed

CPT Joe Pullen, Administrative Officer, and MSGT Perry Cline, Services SPECIALIST, and others assigned to the 225th Combat Communications Squadron, Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadson, Alabama, set up the framework for their units supply storage tent. The 225th arrived today at Logan Heights and when operational will provide communication links for the Forces Command (FORSCOM) during the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

US Army Soldiers from the 331st Transportation Battalion, use a US Navy (USN) Warping Tug (LWT 053), to prepare framework for a floating bridge, during Exercise TURBO PATRIAT, a Joint Logistics Over The Shore (JLOTS) exercise, held at Camp Pendleton, California (CA)

Civil Engineers at this Operation ENDURING FREEDOM location work on the framework of the new Oasis Dining facility as they continue to make their base a more comfortable place to live

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) James Collinsworth, (foreground left), Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 (MWSS-272), and US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Mike Leib, Carpenter, 201st Red Horse Flight (RHF), uses a skill saw to cut the framework for a security guard stand at Camp Dingo in Kingston, Jamaica, during a Joint Task Force (JTF) humanitarian mission conducted during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Mike Leib, Carpenter, 201st Red Horse Flight (RHF), uses a skill saw to cut the framework for a security guard stand at Camp Dingo in Kingston, Jamaica, during a Joint Task Force (JTF) humanitarian mission conducted during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

The main framework for a new 12,000 sq. ft. Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) building sits during a slow construction day at Shaw Air Force Base (AFB), South Carolina (SC). The AMU building is one of three scheduled for completion in 2004

040831-F-4045M-023 (Aug. 31, 2004)US Air Force (USAF), SENIOR AIRMAN Mike Shepherd, Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice, 20th Aircraft Maintenance Group (AMXG), Shaw Air Force Base (AFB), South Carolina (SC), sands a inner duct framework for a General Electric TF34 engine. U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN 1ST Class Amber McCarthy (RELEASED)

U.S. Air Force AIRMAN 1ST Class Daniel Knapp, an aircraft metals technician assigned to the 2nd Maintenance Squadron, welds the framework of a maintenance bench at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., on Nov. 9, 2004. (USAF PHOTO by MASTER SGT. Michael A. Kaplan) (Released)

Iraqi civilian construction workers build the framework to pour the exterior wall of a postal distribution center at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Balad, Balad Air Base (AB), Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi civilian construction workers build the framework to pour the exterior wall of a postal distribution center at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Balad, Balad Air Base (AB), Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi civilian construction workers build the framework to pour the exterior wall of a postal distribution center at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Balad, Balad Air Base (AB), Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi civilian construction workers build the framework to pour the exterior wall of a postal distribution center at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Balad, Balad Air Base (AB), Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Iraqi civilian construction workers build the framework to pour the exterior wall of a postal distribution center at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Balad, Balad Air Base (AB), Salah Ad Din Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi construction worker shapes rebar to be used as part of the steel reinforced framework in the concrete walls as he helps work on the Sumail Primary Health Clinic being built in Dahuk, Dahuk Province, Iraq (IRQ), by Iraqi contractors and sub-contractors as an US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) designed and managed C type clinic (the largest and most capable of all health clinics) during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi construction worker shapes rebar to be used as part of the steel reinforced framework in the concrete walls as he helps work on the Sumail Primary Health Clinic being built in Dahuk, Dahuk Province, Iraq (IRQ), by Iraqi contractors and sub-contractors as an US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) designed and managed C type clinic (the largest and most capable of all health clinics) during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi construction worker shapes rebar to be used as part of the steel reinforced framework in the concrete walls as he helps work on the Sumail Primary Health Clinic being built in Dahuk, Dahuk Province, Iraq (IRQ), by Iraqi contractors and sub-contractors as an US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) designed and managed ΦCτ type clinic (the largest and most capable of all health clinics) during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

An Iraqi civilian construction worker prepares the wooden framework for a concrete pour at the Sumail Primary Health Care Clinic construction site, in Dohuk, Dahuk Province, Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. This clinic is designated a C clinic, which is the largest and most capable of the three types of clinics designed and managed by the US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) in Iraq

A US Navy Seabee assigned to assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40 drives a nail into the framework of a generator shelter support beam outside their command headquarters at Fallujah, Iraq. NMCB-40 is assigned to the 9th Navy Construction Regiment and they are the first USN Reserve Regimental Headquarters to be deployed to Iraq under its own pennant.(U.S. Navy photo by CHIEF Mass Communication SPECIALIST Daniel Sanford) (Released)

Washington, DC, September 11, 2007 -- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison holds up a copy of the National Response Framework at The House Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management hearing on "Readiness in the Post Katrina and Post 9/11 World: An Evaluation of the New National Response Framework". FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, September 11, 2007 -- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison testifies at The House Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management hearing on "Readiness in the Post Katrina and Post 9/11 World: An Evaluation of the New National Response Framework". FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (podium r) and FEMA Administrator R. David Paulision (podium l) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. With them on the stage are Federal, State and Local partners. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (podium r) and FEMA Administrator R. David Paulision (podium l) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. With them on the stage are Federal, State and Local partners. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (l) and FEMA Administrator R. David Paulision (at podium) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (at podium) and FEMA Administrator David Paulison (fg right) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (l) and FEMA Administrator R. David Paulision (at podium) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, January 22, 2008 -- Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (at podium) and FEMA Administrator David Paulison (fg right) roll out the National Response Framework (NRF) at the National Press Club. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, April 15, 2008 -- Members of the National Response Framework Writing Team, pictured here with Deputy Administrator Schrader, Administrator Paulison (c back row), and Deputy Administrator Johnson ( r of Paulison), received recognition awards at the All-Hands Meeting. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Washington, DC, April 15, 2008 -- Members of the National Response Framework Writing Team receive recognition awards on the stage at an "All-Hands" meeting. Center, FEMA Adminstrator R. David Paulision, Right, FEMA Deputy Administrator and Chief Operating Officer Harvey E. Johnson, Jr. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

San Diego, Calif. , April 27, 2010 -- FEMA's Deputy Associate Administrator Beth Zimmerman discusses the development of the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) and its affect on Response and Recovery to emergency managers. The opening session of the Individual Assistance (IA) emergency support function (ESF) 6 conference began in an effort to create a forum for sharing information on new program initiatives, enhancing interagency coordination, and leveraging lessons learned to deliver disaster assistance. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Hartford, Conn. , October 25, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Stephen M. De Blasio Sr. (right) prepares to testify before a hearing conducted by Connecticut's State Team Organized for the Review of Management of Irene (S. T. O. R. M. Irene) panel. De Blasio spoke to the group about the National Disaster Recovery Framework. Photo by Norman Lenburg/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Hartford, Conn. , October 25, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Stephen M. De Blasio Sr. testifies at a hearing conducted by Connecticut's State Team Organized for the Review of Management of Irene (S. T. O. R. M. Irene) panel. De Blasio spoke to the group about the National Disaster Recovery Framework. Photo by Norman Lenburg/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Hartford, Conn. , October 25, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Stephen M. De Blasio Sr. (right) prepares to testify before a hearing conducted by Connecticut's State Team Organized for the Review of Management of Irene (S. T. O. R. M. Irene) panel. De Blasio spoke to the group about the National Disaster Recovery Framework. Photo by Norman Lenburg/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Dec. 1, 2011 -- As part of an effort to strengthen disaster recovery for the Nation, the National Disaster Recovery Framework launch in September 2010, FEMA hosted the first Regional Stakeholder engagement to discuss concepts and principles of the framwork and further colaborate with those who helped create it. Elizabeth Zimmerman, FEMA Deputy Associate Administrator, one of the presenters is seen with the NDRF manual as she describes it's flexiible structure that enables disaster recovery managers to operate in a unified manner following a disaster. Photo/ Ralph Simcox/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Dec. 1, 2011 -- St. Bernard School District Superintendent Doris Voiter, speaker at the National Disaster Recovery Framework Conference, shares six years of recovery experiences and lessons learned to those attending the conference. From left to right, FEMA Region 6 Administrator Tony Russell, St. Bernard School District Superintendent Doris Voiter and Louisiana Recovery Office Acting Executive Director Joseph Threat.

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Dec. 1, 2011 -- During the National Disaster Recovery Framework Conference panel participants listen to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu speak about the recovery process in Louisiana. Pictured from left to right are Esmeralda Pereira with the Department of Health and Human Services; Housing and Urban Development Regional Superintendent C. Donald Babers and Acting Chief of Disaster Security Laura McClure; FEMA Region 6 Administrator Tony Russell and St. Bernard Parish President Craig Taffaro.

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Dec. 1, 2011 -- New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, during the National Disaster Framework Conference, emphasizes the NDRF principles to stress the importance of understanding the roles and responsibilities of recovery coordinators and other stakeholders during the recovery process.

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Dec. 1, 2011 -- Craig Taffaro, St. Bernard Parish President, makes a point during the National Disaster Recovery Framework Conference of how critical it is for federal, state, city, parish and non government offices to work together during the recovery process.

Guam, July 24, 2012 -- Stephen DeBlasio and Michael Haralambakis presenting at the Guam National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

American Samoa, Aug. 29, 2012 -- Colby Stanton, FEMA Region IX, Pacific Area Office Director and Evelyn Langford, American Samoa Governor's Authorized Representative at the National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Guam, July 23, 2012 -- Panel discussion at the Guam National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Hawaii, Aug. 23, 2012 -- Alfred Judd - Small Business Administration, Michael Haralambakis, FEMA and Byron Mason, Health and Human Services, participating in a panel discussion at the Hawaii National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Hawaii, Aug. 23, 2012 -- Byron Mason, Health and Human Services, presenting Recovery Support Function information during the National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout in Hawaii

Tamuning, Guam, July 24, 2012 -- Stephen De Blasio, Region IX Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator, speaks at the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to engage the Whole Community in a discussion about the core elements of the NDRF and how the framework will impact future recovery efforts

Hawaii, Aug. 23, 2012 -- Major General Darryl Wong and Governor Neil Abercrombie listen during the Hawaii National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Guam, July 24, 2012 -- Stephen DeBlasio, FEMA Region IX Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator presenting at the Guam National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Hawaii, Aug. 23, 2012 -- Governor Neil Abercrombie addressing questions at the Hawaii National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

American Samoa, Aug. 29, 2012 -- Colby Stanton, FEMA Region IX, Pacific Area Office Director, speaking at the American Samoa National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Laura McClure, Acting Chief Disaster National Security Offices, of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D. C. , speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Mark R. Glover, District Emergency Response Coordinator, U. S. Food and Drug Administration, Region VII, Lenexa, Kan. , discusses disaster recovery issues during a breakout session for the National Disaster Recovery Framework stakeholder rollout event hosted by FEMA Region VII, at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. Similar events are being hosted by FEMA throughout the country. On the right is Chuck Gregg, National Preparedness Division, FEMA Region VII.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Bryon Boka (center), FEMA Region VII Individual Assistance Program Specialist, speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Jonathan Hoyes, a breakout session facilitator, leads a discussion during the regional National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus, in Kansas. The event was hosted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region VII office and brought together emergency management stakeholders from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Thomas MaGee, Region VI Regional Emergency Coordinator, U. S. General Services Administration, speaks about disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework rollout event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. Beside him sits Rick Bennett, Traffic Liaison Engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Emergency Planning and Security - Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Ronald Crawford, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Director of Kansas City Multifamily Program Center, speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country. On the left is Jim Yost, FEMA Region VII Individual Assistance Program Specialist, left, and Cory Fast, Mass Care Specialist, Individual Assistance, FEMA Region VII.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Jeremiah Christopher, a contractor with Coordination and Planning Partners, leads a discussion about issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas; Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Judy Watanable with the Utah Division of Emergency Management addresses nearly 300 attendees at FEMA's Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Laura McClure with Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D. C. , discusses housing concerns at FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Faciitators (r to l) Daniel Nyquist, Tim Gelston and Matt Campbell note audience concerns during FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues such as this breakout session's topic - community planning and capacity building. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Nichole Dunn, Deputy Mayor for Salt Lake County, gives opening remarks at FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event held Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- FEMA's Region VIII Administrator Robin Finegan delivers opening remarks at the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event held Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Deborah Ingram, FEMA's Assistant Administrator for Recovery, speaks at FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event held Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Reed Scharman, Emergency Program Manager and Battalion Chief for the West Jordan Fire Dept. , summarizes key points from the Economic breakout session at FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- FEMA facilitators (l to r) Tim Gelston, Matt Campbell, and Daniel Nyquist lead a community planning and capacity building discussion during FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Elizabeth Zimmerman, Deputy Associate Administrator with FEMA's Office of Response and Recovery, addresses nearly 300 attendees at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event held at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local participants to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Harrisburg, Pa. , Jan. 31, 2012 -- DHS/FEMA Region 3 hosted the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) workshop with local, state and federal partners. This breakout session on infrastructure was led by Gene McQuade from FEMA/Recovery Public Assistance. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Emergency Planning and Security - Harrisburg, Pa. , Jan. 31, 2012 -- DHS/FEMA Region 3 hosted the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) workshop with local, state and federal partners. This breakout session on infrastructure was led by Gene McQuade from FEMA/Recovery Public Assistance. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

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