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Camouflage - Ships - S.S. Katrina Luckenback which was built at the Fore River Plant of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. It was launched on Feb. 22, 1918. The vessel has been painted with its camouflage coating. Fore River Plant, Fore River, Mass

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Workers. Left to right, Miss Harriette S. Douglas, Dir. of Bureau of Nurses' Aids; Miss Katrina Hertzer, Navy Nurse; Miss Anna Reeves, Chief Clerk, Nursing Service; Miss Jane A. Delano, Dir. Dept. of Nursing; Miss Clara D. Noyes, Dir. Bureau of Field Nursing; Miss Elizabeth G. Fox, Dir. Public Health, Nursing Service; Miss Alva A. George, Dir. Bureau of Dietitian Service

AIRMAN Katrina Mugg, a weather observer with the 920th Weather Reconnaissance Group, prepares to release a dropsonde from the cargo bay of a WC-130 Hercules aircraft. She and the crew are tracking hurricane David

Jefferson Parish, La., May 14, 2013 -- Woodmere Elementary was originally built in 1984 and was severely damaged during Hurricane Katrina. FEMA provided more than $22.4 million in funding to replace the facility. Lillie Long/FEMA

New Orleans, La., Dec. 14, 2008 -- Greater Gentilly High School, housed in the new Lake Area School, took the place of Lake Area Middle School, which was damaged beyond repair by Hurricane Katrina. Greater Gentilly High School one of the ΓÇ£Quick StartΓÇ¥ schools was funded as a ΓÇ£capped alternate projectΓÇ¥ for the Recovery School District, meaning funds have been funneled from other facilities to pay for Greater Gentilly's construction costs. In all, FEMA obligated approx. $39.6 million to build the new school. Lillie Long/FEMA

St. Bernard Parish, La., Aug. 11, 2008 -- To date, almost $30.7 million has been funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for Davies Elementary School after Hurricane Katrina. Manuel Broussard/FEMA

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Katrina Campbell of the 89th Air Wing, Services Squadron, is refining lodging arrangements for deployed 89th Air Wing members who will be participating in Exercise Crisis Look 00-03 at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia

Senator Susan Collins of Maine, meets with US Air Force STAFF Sergeants Keith & Katrina Martin. Both are assigned to Ramstein Air Base, Germany, where the Secretary of Defense Holiday Tour 2000, took place on December 17th, 2000

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in Houston, Texas, [on the scene with television talk show host] Oprah Winfrey for taping of Oprah Show [segment devoted to] Hurricane Katrina evacuees

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in Houston, Texas, [on the scene with television talk show host] Oprah Winfrey for taping of Oprah Show [segment devoted to] Hurricane Katrina evacuees

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], after the storm, Louisiana.

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], after the storm, Louisiana.

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], after the storm, Louisiana.

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Hurricane Katrina [impact]: New Orleans, Louisiana [fly-over]

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Deputy Secretary Roy Bernardi on tour of Biloxi, Mississippi with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, visiting new homes and senior center two years after Hurricane Katrina

Secretary Alphonso Jackson [and aides] in Houston, Texas, [on the scene with television talk show host] Oprah Winfrey for taping of Oprah Show [segment devoted to] Hurricane Katrina evacuees

[Select views:] HUD Recovery and Response Center [officials, operations in wake of Hurricane Katrina]

President George W. Bush: [Conferring before] statement/remarks on Hurricane Katrina Relief, Room 350, Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, D.C. From left, [HUD] Secretary Alphonso Jackson, the President, [Health and Human Services] Secretary Mike Leavitt, [Agriculture] Secretary Mike Johanns, and [Labor} Secretary Elaine Chao. Holding Room.

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