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Highlands, James - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Fourth Regiment, Third Brigade, First Division, AND Roll Military Unit - Louisiana

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Maryland - Baltimore County - Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands - ED 3-93, ED 3-95

AS07-05-1617 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Tibet highlands

The US Navy (USN) Parachute Team, "The Leap Frogs," perform for more than 500 students and staff at Highlands Ranch High School (HS) as a part of Denver Navy Week. Navy Week - Denver is one of 20 such events, arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), planned for the year in cities throughout the US

Hull Maintenance Technician 2nd Class Burnham stands on the weather deck aboard the submarine tender USS SIMON LAKE (AS 33). The Scottish Highlands are in the background

Country Music Highway - Kentucky Highlands Museum

Country Music Highway - Entrance to the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center

Country Music Highway - Kentucky Highlands Museum

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) James Smith, USAF, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, UK picks up his cold weather gear at RAF Kinloss, Foress, Scotland. Members of the Wing are currently deployed to RAF Kinloss to assist in the search for two downed F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron. The aircraft were reported missing after losing contact in the Scotland Highlands

US Air Force Colonel (COL) Mike Erlich (right), the interim board president and COL Mark Perodeau the on scene Commander discuss issues concerning the recent aircraft mishap in the Scottish highlands. Both COL Perodeau and COL Erlich are Group Commanders from the 48th Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom

Colonel (COL), Mark Perodeau, Support Group Commander, 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, UK. Briefs Captain (CPT), James Gifford, USAF, 494TH Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS) and CPT Wesley Thiel, USAF, 48TH TFW Security Forces Squadron, on the specifics of getting personnel to the site of the F-15C Eagle aircraft Mishap, located in the Scottish Highlands

STAFF Sergeant, Marquis USAF, MH-53 Pave Low helicopter crewmember assigned to the 100TH Special Operation Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF), Mildenhall, UK positions himself near the aircraft rear cargo door during a reconnaissance mission. The flight covers the area near the site were two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493RD Tactical Fight Squadron (TFS), RAF Lakenheath, UK crashed in the Scottish Highlands

Captain Duban, UASF, MH-53 Pave Low helicopter Pilot assigned to the 100TH Special Operation Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF), Mildenhall, UK flies a reconnaissance mission to the site of the F-15C Eagle aircraft Mishap, located in the Scottish Highlands

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Marquis a crewmember on an MH-53 Pave Low Helicopter from the 100th Special Operations Group, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, look out the cargo door during search and rescue operations in the Scottish Highlands. The crash site of the two F-15C fighter aircraft belonging to the 493rd Fighter Squadron based out of RAF Lakenheath, UK was found in the Scottish Highlands

STAFF Sergeant, Strong, USAF, MH-53 Pave Low helicopter crewmember assigned to the 100TH Special Operation Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF), Mildenhall, UK looks for possible missed aircraft pieces during a reconnaissance mission. The flight covers the area near the site were two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493RD Tactical Fight Squadron (TFS), RAF Lakenheath, UK crashed in the Scottish Highlands

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Strong a crewmember on an MH-53 Pave Low Helicopter from the 100th Special Operations Group, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, looks for possible missed aircraft pieces through the crew door of the aircraft. The crash site of the two F-15C fighter aircraft belonging to the 493rd Fighter Squadron based out of RAF Lakenheath, UK was found in the Scottish Highlands

STAFF Sergeant, Strong, USAF, MH-53 Pave Low helicopter crewmember assigned to the 100TH Special Operation Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF), Mildenhall, UK looks out the aircraft crew door during a reconnaissance mission. The flight covers the area near the site were two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493RD Tactical Fight Squadron (TFS), RAF Lakenheath, UK crashed in the Scottish Highlands

Junior Technician, Steve Finnis, Royal Air Force (RAF) Kinloss, Forres Moray Scotland stops a vehicle entering a security check point at RAF Kinloss. Visitors came to RAF Kinloss to pay their respects to Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands. (Duplicate image, see also DFSD0315410 or search 010331F4177H011)

Captain (CPT), Caleb Halstead, USAF, F-15 Eagle aircraft pilot assigned to the 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK talks with his deployed team members about Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

Major (MAJ), David Nelson, USAF, Flight Commander, 48TH Medical Group, Bio-environmental Engineering, 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, UK says a prayer during a memorial service was held honoring Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

Captain (CPT), Caleb Halstead, USAF, F-15 Eagle aircraft pilot assigned to the 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK takes a moment of silence to remember Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

A view of the Aeronautical Rescue Center located at Royal Air Force (RAF) Kinloss, Forres Moray, Scotland. Headquarter for rescue and recovery mission for Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

Entry to Royal Air Force Kinloss Air Base, Forress Moray, Scotland, members from the 48th Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, deployed here to assist in recovery of two fallen F-15C Eagles lost in the Scottish Highlands. (Duplicate image, see also DFSD0302852 or search 010331F4177H012)

A crewmember assigned to the 352nd Special Operations Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, UK assist an investigation team member to offload equipment from a USAF MH-53 PAVE LOW helicopter in the Scottish Highlands. The 352ND SOG is assisting in the search for two downed F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron. The aircraft were reported missing after losing contact in the Scotland Highlands

Flight Lieutenant, John Dunn, Royal Air Force (RAF) Mountain Rescue, and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT), Chris Taranto, USAF, Videographer, 48TH Communications Squadron, 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, UK board a USAF MH-53 PAVE LOW helicopter to conduct a search and rescue mission. Members of the Wing are currently deployed to RAF Kinloss to assist in the search for two downed F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron. The aircraft were reported missing after losing contact in the Scotland Highlands

Flight Lieutenant, John Dunn, Royal Air Force (RAF) Mountain Rescue, advances through the snow towards MASTER Sergeant (MSGT), Brent C. Severson and Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Elbert L. Arnold, USAF, 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK to pass on information updates. MSGT Severson and TSGT Arnold are members of the investigation team searching the area in the Scottish Highlands where two USAF F-15C aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron recently crashed

A USAF PAVE LOW MH-53 helicopter, from the 352nd Special Operations Group (SOG), Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, UK waits to extract the investigation team from the search area where two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK recently crashed in the Scottish Highlands

Members of the search and rescue team from the 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK pause to get weather update information from a local mountain rescue team, assisting in the search for two downed USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron. The aircraft were reported missing after losing contact in the Scotland Highlands

Members of a local mountain rescue team take advantage of an improvised wind shelter, before continuing to search the area in the Scottish Highlands where two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK recently crashed

Before advancing towards the area in the Scottish Highlands where two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron recently crashed. Members of the search and rescue team from the 48TH Tactical Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK pause to get a situation update from local mountain rescue team members

A close up of the flower wreath and photograph displayed for the public, during the memorial service for Captain Kirk "Jammer" Jones one of two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands. The memorial service was held in hangar seven of the 493rd Fighter Squadron, at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, UK

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC), Mark Fitzgerald, USAF, Commander, 493rd Fighter Squadron pays his final respects with a salute, during the memorial service held for Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands. The memorial service was held in hangar seven of the 493rd Fighter Squadron, at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, UK

During a memorial service held in hangar seven of the 493rd Fighter Squadron, at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, UK members of the 48th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), family members and friends pay their final respects to Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

SENIOR AIRMAN, Michael Joyner, USAF, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), Base Honor Guard plays taps during a memorial service for Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Ken "Buster" Hyvonen Jr. and CPT Kirk "Jammer" Jones. Both USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft pilots who lost their lives during a training mission in the Scottish Highlands

During a search for two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft from the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK Major (MAJ), Christopher Dollwet, (center) USAF, Air Force Safety Center, Kirkland AFB, New Mexico, and members of a local mountain rescue team, take advantage of an improvised snow shelter before continuing to search the area in the Scottish Highlands

Kenny Lawson, (Driver) a police officer for the Grampian Police in Scotland uses a skidoo snow mobile to transport Kevin Kone and tow Brian Smith to the site where two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft crashed in the Scottish Highlands. Kevin is an F-15 Eagle aircraft structural engineer and Brian is a member of the Bremar Mountain Rescue Team from Scotland. Both will assist in the investigation of two USAF F-15C Eagle aircraft, that went down during a training mission over Scotland

Members of the Accident Investigation Board from the 48TH Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, UK and the 52ND Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem, AB, Germany board a RAF HAS Mk 5 Sea King helicopter at RAF Kinloss. The helicopter transported the group to the site in the Scottish Highlands, where two USAF F-15 Eagle aircraft crashed during a training mission

At the memorial ceremony held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, Pilots, 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), whose F-15Cs crashed in the Scottish Highlands a year ago, CAPT Mark Wolfe (front), and CAPT Matt Bradley lay a plaque in the pilots honor at the memorial wall in the Wings of Liberty Park

Major (MAJ) Mark Campbell, Chaplain, 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, says a few words to family and members of the 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 48th Operations Group (OG), during a ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony is held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15Cs crashed in the Scottish Highlands a year ago

Under the F-4C Phantom II static display, members of the 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), and 48th Operations Group (OG), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, listen to the chaplain during the ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony is held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15Cs crashed in the Scottish Highlands a year ago

Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Danny Lee, USAF, Pilot, 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, says a few words during a ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony was held to honor and remember LCOL Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15C crashed in the Scottish Highlands one year ago

Members of the 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS) and the 48th Operations Group (OG), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, bow their heads in prayer during a ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony is held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15Cs crashed in the Scottish Highlands a year ago

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Michael Joyner (left), USAF, Conventional Avionics Journeyman, 352nd Maintenance Squadron (MXS), Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, plays TAPS as SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Timothy Daigle, USAF, Air Traffic Controller, 48th Operations Support Squadron (OSS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), RAF Lakenheath, renders a salute during in a ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15C Eagle crashed in the Scottish Highlands one year ago

Members of the 493rd Fighter Squadron (FS), and 48th Operations Group (OG), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, bow their heads in prayer during a ceremony held at the Wings of Liberty Park. The ceremony is held to honor and remember Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Kenneth "Buster" Hyvonen and Captain (CAPT) Kirk "Jammer" Jones, whose F-15Cs crashed in the Scottish Highlands a year ago

This is the official unveiling of the Memorial Exhibit honoring US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John A. Chapman, Combat Controller, 24th Special Tactics Squadron (STS), inside the Enlisted Heritage Hall (BLDG 1210), Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base (AFB), Alabama (AL). The dignitaries participating in the unveiling are (left to right): Mrs. Valerie Chapman, TSGT Chapmans wife; Madison Chapman, his daughter; Mrs. Terry Giaccone; his mother; and Mr. Ron Brown, Air Force Historian at Pope AFB, North Carolina (NC). TSGT Chapman was killed in the eastern highlands of Afghanistan while rescuing US Navy (USN) SEAL (Sea-Air-Land) Neil Roberts on March 4, 2002. TSGT Chapman was...

AS16-120-19323 - Apollo 16 - Apollo 16 Mission image - Oblique view southward along the western margin of the Sea of Moisture.

AS14-69-9625 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Highlands to the South of the Lansberg Crater.

AS14-69-9577 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - Oblique view of the Eastern Fra Mauro Highlands.

AS10-32-4776 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Highlands

AS14-69-9624 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Highlands to the South of the Lansberg Crater.

AS10-32-4780 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Central Bay - Highlands

AS14-69-9626 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Highlands to the South of the Lansberg Crater.

AS10-32-4777 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Central Bay - Highlands

AS14-69-9621 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Fra Mauro Highlands.

AS14-73-10074 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Central Highlands near the Airy B Crater.

AS14-69-9627 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Highlands to the South of the Lansberg Crater.

AS10-32-4778 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Central Bay - Highlands

AS10-32-4779 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Central Bay - Highlands

AS10-32-4774 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Highlands

AS10-32-4781 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Central Bay - Highlands

AS16-122-19530 - Apollo 16 - Apollo 16 Mission image - The LM ascent stage approaches rendezvous above rugged highland terrain east of the Foaming Sea.

AS14-69-9622 - Apollo 14 - Apollo 14 Mission image - View of the Highlands to the South of the Lansberg Crater.

AS10-32-4789 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Target of Opportunity 142, Highlands

AS10-32-4775 - Apollo 10 - Apollo 10 Mission image - Highlands

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Joe Barry, a volunteer from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, helps a homeowner clean after Hurricane Sandy washed away exterior walls and completely filled the basement. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Bambi Barry, a volunteer from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, helps a homeowner clean after Hurricane Sandy washed away exterior walls and completely filled the basement. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- The Highlands post office was flooded by Hurricane Sandy and is not expected to reopen for several more weeks. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Bambi Barry, a volunteer from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, helps a homeowner clean after Hurricane Sandy washed away exterior walls and completely filled the basement. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- The Highlands post office was flooded by Hurricane Sandy and is not expected to reopen for several more weeks. FEMA is working with state and local officials to assist residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Resident Will Rohweder cleans out his basement after Hurricane Sandy washed away exterior walls and completely filled the the space with mud. FEMA is working with state and local officials to assist residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- This boat still remains half-submerged after Hurricane Sandy hit here nearly a month ago. Hundreds of boats were damaged or destroyed after the hurricane, making Sandy the largest marine disaster for insurance companies in history. FEMA is working with state and local officials to assist residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- The Highlands municipal building, which contains the police department, was flooded by Hurricane Sandy and is not expected to reopen for several more weeks. FEMA is working with state and local officials to assist residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Charles Smith, a volunteer from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, helps a homeowner clean after Hurricane Sandy washed away exterior walls and completely filled the basement. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Nov. 24, 2012 -- Hundreds of boats were damaged or destroyed after Hurricane Sandy, making Sandy the costliest marine disaster in history for insurance companies. FEMA is working with state and local officials to assist residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., June 18, 2013 --One of nine storm battered piers in the Atlantic Highlands Marina has been rebuilt and is now operational after Hurricane Sandy left them beyond repair last fall. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is to reimburse 75 percent of the rebuilding cost and ongoing construction to replace the other piers in the harbor will continue through July. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Oct. 10, 2013 -- The Windansea restaurant withstood flood tides and winds with minimal damage from Hurricane Sandy. By renovating with FEMA's building recommendations prior to Sandy, the restaurant was able to open shortly after storm. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., March 28, 2013 -- Five months after Hurricane Sandy struck the New Jersey coastline, volunteers clearing debris find personal photos and items of the residents that once occupied a mobile home park in Highlands. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Feb. 21, 2013 -- A sign on Highway 36 advertises that Highlands is open for business. This small town was heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy last October. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Aug. 7, 2013 -- A resident writes down ideas and opinions at the Highlands Long Term Community Recovery Strategy Workshop. Community engagement and input is an integral part of developing a strategic recovery plan for the borough's rebuilding efforts after Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., March 28, 2013 -- Calvary Chapel Bible College student, Jessica Duikstra, dumps debris in a pile to assist cleanup in a Hurricane Sandy battered trailer park. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., March 28, 2013 -- A volunteer student from Calvary Chapel Bible College in California dismantles debris from a mobile home park in Highlands to assist in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., April 30, 2013 --Survivors drape their home with banners to thank volunteers for helping to clear debris as part of the recovery process following Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Feb. 7, 2013 -- This home was elevated prior to Sandy and received only minor damage, but the homeowner has opted to utilize FEMA's new Advisory Base Flood Elevation (ABFE) guidelines to mitigate potential future damage. Photo by Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.Y., October 23, 2013 -- FEMA Corps member, Nicole McNeill, jots down votes from Highlands residents at the Highlands Community Workshop. The workshop allows residents to vote on projects to resolve community issues following Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias

Highlands, N.J., Feb. 7, 2013 -- The owner of this home in Highlands said the raised structure is now 100 percent compliant with the new FEMA Advisory Base Flood Elevation (ABFE) guidelines. Hazard mitigation information relating to rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy is available from FEMA's website. Photo by Sharon Karr/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., June 18, 2013 -- With the support of a FEMA Public Assistance grant, work is nearing completion on the $19 million reconstruction of the Atlantic Highlands Marina. All of the piers and docks at the marina were destroyed during Hurricane Sandy. The borough-owned facility serves commuters to New York City as well as pleasure-boaters who moor their boats there during the summer months. Seastreak ferry service operates seven commuter ferries that travel between Highlands, Atlantic Highlands and New York City seven days a week. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., March 28, 2013 -- A cleanup volunteer from the Calvary Chapel Bible College in California picks up debris and remnants of Hurricane Sandy's destruction. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Aug. 7, 2013 -- Local residents attend the Highlands Long Term Community Recovery Strategy Workshop as part of the initial efforts to develop recovery and rebuilding plans after the borough sustained severe damage from Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Oct. 10, 2013 -- Hurricane Sandy damaged many businesses along the waterfront with floodwater and wind. The Windansea Restaurant received little damage because of mitigation measures taken prior to Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Aug. 7, 2013 -- A resident marks his residence on a map at the Highlands Long Term Community Recovery Strategy Workshop. The borough is collaborating with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other organizations to develop a plan to recover from and mitigate future disasters like Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Oct. 3, 2013--A worker repairs sections of the Atlantic Highlands Harbor after it sustained heavy damage from Superstorm Sandy. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is funding 90 percent of the repairs. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Feb. 21, 2013 -- Commuters on the Seastreak Ferry have a grim reminder of the wrath of Hurricane Sandy as they pass by a mobile home park that was devastated last October. FEMA continues to work with local, state, volunteer and other federal agencies to assist survivors impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Sharon Karr/FEMA

Atlantic Highlands, N.J., June 18, 2013 --An Atlantic Highlands home, damaged by Hurricane Sandy, is in the process of being elevated as part of mitigation efforts after last fall's storm. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.Y., October 23, 2013 -- A Highlands resident discusses a project board at the Highlands Community Workshop. The workshop allows residents to choose and vote on community projects that will restore Highlands following Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., March 28, 2013 -- Students from Calvary Chapel Bible College in California volunteer to spend their spring break clearing debris from a trailer park in Highlands that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Highlands, N.J., Mar. 20, 2014 -- New Jersey Institute of Technology student, Juan Carlos Alberto, volunteers time during Spring Break to aid employees at Highlands Borough Hall with clerical work. Borough workers are occupying a temporary facility due to damages sustained to the original building during Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

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