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41C-36-1589 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1661 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1592 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1606 - STS-41C - Outflow of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1662 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1608 - STS-41C - Outflow of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-06-215 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi in the Indian Ocean as seen from STS-41C

41C-36-1659 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1591 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1607 - STS-41C - Outflow of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1588 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-09-313 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi in the Indian Ocean as seen from STS-41C

41C-06-214 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi in the Indian Ocean as seen from STS-41C

41C-36-1605 - STS-41C - Outflow of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1660 - STS-41C - Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1590 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

41C-36-1587 - STS-41C - Eye of Hurricane Kamysi

Army CHIEF of STAFF GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan and COL. L. Sullivan, 507th Task Force commander, converse with a Homestead relief volunteer outside Campbell Drive Middle School. Sullivan is in the region to inspect relief efforts set up for victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

Relief workers and base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Debbie Gurnari, wife of TECH. SGT. Buddy Gurnari, surveys her damaged on-base quarters in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Salvaged personal belongings are stacked on a car hood in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

MASTER SGT. Roger L. Horton, 202nd Red Horse Civil Engineering Squadron, receives a hug from a local resident grateful for his assistance in cleaning up in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

MAJ. Wanda Velez Bustos takes photos of her destroyed on-base quartersin the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Members of the 202nd Red Horse Civil Engineering Squadron roll a log onto a front end loader as they clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

An aerial view of devastation caused by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Relief workers and base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Army CHIEF of STAFF GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan and staff are briefed by COL. L. Sullivan, 507th Task Force Commander, as they tour relief facilities at the Campbell Drive Middle School. The facilities have been set up for victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

SGT. 1ST Class Walsh, SGT. 1ST Class Christie and MAJ. GEN. Ronald Harrison study a map of Dade County depicting areas of operation during relief efforts to aid victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

SGT. Cindy Zimmerman and AIRMAN 1ST Class Candice Kotch serve food to base personnel eat lunch in the base exchange parking lot during Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

A van stands on its side atop another vehicle in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

U.S. Army personnel assist civilian workers in cleaning up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

SGT. Scott Ivors, 31st Medical Group, points to a damaged area as he stands beside a section of roof in front of his house in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

An F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft lies in ruins in front of its hangar in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A collapsed hangar rests on top of an AC-130 Hercules aircraft in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Personnel from the 55th Medical Group, 44th medical Brigade, relax in a hangar at Opa-Locka Coast Guard Air Station before moving out to assist with relief efforts for area residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the region on August 24th

Lance CPL. Mike Steep, Btry. L, 3rd Bn., 10th Marine Regt. 2nd Marine Div., comforts a little boy, one of many victims of Hurricane Andrew. Steep is stationed at the U.S. Marine Corps Camp Two Life Support Center, a distribution point established to assist area residents displaced by the storm, which struck the area on August 24th

An overturned van lies on its roof in front of the operations center in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Members of Co. D, 4th Bn., 325th Inf., 82nd Airborne Div., take part in a parade honoring the various military units that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24

Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks to press and local residents outside Homestead City Hall. Jackson is visiting the area to inspect relief efforts set up for residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A temporary structure serves as the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) temporary laundry facility after the permanent structure was demolished by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A member of Company D, 4th Battalion, 325th Infantry, 82nd Airborne Division, salutes to onlookers from atop an M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as he and his unit take part in a parade being held in honor of the various military units in the area that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

SGT. Jerome Crouthmel, left, and SGT. Russel King of C Btry., 1ST Bn., 116th Field Arty., Air National Guard, prepare food for area residents left homeless by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A picture sits in the foreground of destroyed on-base quarters in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

An aerial view of devastation caused by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Relief supplies are stacked outside Colonial Drive Elementary School in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

National Guardsmen load relief supplies into a CH-47 Chinook helicopter at Opa-Locka Coast Guard Air Station for distribution to Homestead Air Force Base and surrounding areas damaged during Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24th

LT. COL. Fred VanValkenburg, 308th Fighter Squadron, and family members survey the damage to their on-base quarters in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Military personnel disperse after unloading supplies from a C-5A Galaxy aircraft in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Base disaster personnel disseminate information about relief efforts to base residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Army CHIEF of STAFF GEN. Gordon R. Sullivan speaks to press and local residents outside Homestead City Hall following his arrival to inspect relief efforts set up in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the region on August 24th

Trucks stand in a demolished hangar which sustained the damage during Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24th

A bumper sticker on a car in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A cargo truck of the 50th Signal Brigade is driven from the hold of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft as supplies and equipment are delivered in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Patricia Ivors looks in at her son's bedroom, the only room in their on-base quarters to be heavily damaged by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

MASTER SGT. Glenn Parker, 438th Mobile Airlift Control Element Reaction Communications Squadron, erects satellite communications antennas in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew cleanup efforts. The storm struck the area on August 24th

Area residents pick up bags of ice at a relief station outside Campbell Drive Middle School. The distribution point is one of several set up for victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A C-5A Galaxy aircraft takes off after delivering relief supplies to the base, which was struck by Hurricane Andrew on August 24th

Members of the 55th Medical Group, 44th Medical Brigade, assemble in a hangar at Opa-Locka Coast Guard Air Station. The unit is in the area to assist residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

Mess management personnel from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C. grill a large quantity of chickens to feed base relief workers in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the area on August 24th

A little girl gets a drink of water at the U.S. Marine Corps Camp Two Life Support Center, a distribution point of supplies for area residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

Base workers hand out relief funds to residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

CAPT. Lewis, a medical officer of Co. B, 4th Bn., 325th Inf., 82nd Airborne Div., tends to a heat casualty during the Perrine parade. The event is being held in honor of the various military units in the area that assisted with cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the region on August 24th

An aerial view of devastation caused by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

An AC-130 Hercules aircraft stands in a damaged hangar in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Pieces of a demolished F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft lie on top of a truck in a destroyed hangar. The damage was caused by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

An AC-130 Hercules aircraft stands in a damaged hangar in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Only a portion of the base chapel remains standing in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

National Guardsmen clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Base disaster relief personnel process applications for assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A window's glass panes are blown out in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Children eat a meal at the U.S. Marine Corps Camp Two Life Support Center, a distribution point providing relief efforts and supplies to residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A van stands on its side atop another vehicle in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Members of the 202nd Red Horse Civil Engineering Squadron repair the roof on a foster child care facility in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Military personnel shop in the temporary base exchange facility, set up after the regular exchange was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A trailer truck functions as a temporary base exchange after the regular exchange was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A damaged ambulance is parked near the 31st Fighter Wing Hospital in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A member of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division loads food supplies for area residents into a car during relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

A pickup truck is covered with rubble in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A UH-1 Iroquois helicopter hovers over the destruction caused by Hurricane Andrew while a water tower remains untouched by the storm. The hurricane struck the area on August 24th

A damaged F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft stands on the tarmac in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A C-5A Galaxy aircraft carrying relief supplies is unloaded on the flight line in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

Trucks are loaded with relief supplies to be distributed to areas in South Miami that suffered damage from Hurricane Andrew. The storm struck the region on August 24th

An emergency hospital is set up in a damaged hangar in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

National Guardsmen load relief supplies into a CH-47 Chinook helicopter at Opa-Locka Coast Guard Air Station in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th. The supplies will be delivered to Homestead Air Force Base and surrounding areas that were damaged by the storm

Mess Management SPECIALIST 1ST Class Bryan I. Schlay provides security at the Florida City Park supply distribution point, set up to aid victims of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

SGT. Scott Anderson, Company A, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), hammers shingles on a roof as he repairs damage caused by Hurricane Andrew, which struck the region on August 24th

An overhead, port bow view of the dock landing ship USS ASHLAND (LSD-48) Med-moored in port. The ASHLAND is taking on supplies destined for Florida communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of Operation Help From the Sea

An overhead, starboard view of the dock landing ship USS ASHLAND (LSD-48) Med-moored in port. The ASHLAND is taking on supplies destined for Flordia communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of Operation Help From the Sea

A pair of F-16 Fighting Falcons which were left in the alert complex lay destroyed after the hangar they were stored in was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew

Military personnel load palletized supplies on an Air Force C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The supplies will be delivered to Flordia communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of Operation Help From the Sea

An F-16 Fighting Falcon left in the alert complex lay destroyed after the hangar in which it was stored was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew

Forklifts are used to lad palletized supplies on a K-loader that will then load the supplies on the Air Force C-5 Galaxy aircraft in the background. The supplies are destined for Florida communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of OPERATION HELP FROM THE SEA

Military personnel position palletized supplies on an Air Force C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The supplies will be delivered to Flordia communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of Operation Help From the Sea

The base control tower and surrounding buildings exhibit damage sustained during Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A destroyed F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft lies on the tarmac in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A close-up view of the front page of a Miami newspaper displaying an article about the base damage sustained during Hurricane Andrew, which struck the area on August 24th

A forklift is used to pick up a pallet of supplies to be loaded on the Air Force C-5 GAlaxy aircraft in the background. The supplies will be delivered to Florida communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of OPERATION HELP FROM THE SEA

Damaged control tower and welcome sign. Hurricane Andrew drove through the air base damaging every building on the base

A forklift is used to move crates of supplies destined for Flordia communities devastated by Hurricane Andrew as part of Operation Help From the Sea

Hangers that housed ground equipment and a C-130 received heavy damage during Hurricane Omar. These hangers belong to VRC-50, a U.S. Navy squadron based at Anderson AFB, Guam