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LGEN Ernest D. Peixotto, comptroller of the Army, presents the Legion of Merit to LCOL Thomas S. Raley, program manager for Economics, Efficiencies, and Management Improvements, at the Pentagon

Attending a news conference during the rollout of the first production model B-1B aircraft are, seated from left to right; Gerald Gimness, B-1 program manager, Boeing Military Airplane Co.; Ned A. Hope, general manager, F101 Project Department, General Electric Co.; Major General (MGEN) William Thurman, B-1B program manager, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; and John L. Canfalone, vice president, B-1B program, Eaton Corp

Rear Admiral Donald P. Roane, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command, speaks during the christening ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG 50)

Rear Admiral Donald P. Roane, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command, speaks during the christening of the guided missile cruiser USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52)

Mrs. Walter T. Skallerup Jr., sponsor for the guided missile cruiser USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52), christens the ship. Looking on from left to right are: Walter T. Skallerup Jr., general counsel of the US Navy; Rear Admiral Donald P. Roane, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, and Chaplain (Commodore) John R. McNamara, deputy chief of chaplains

The keel laying of Aegis cruiser (CG 56) is observed by, left to right: Ray Harbrecht, director, Ingalls Ships Management; Captain (CAPT) Blair Ireland, Aegis area commander; CAPT G.W. Dowell, supervisor of shipbuilding; L.T. Henderson, program manager; Earl Buckley, general superintendent; and Charles Brannon, hull foreman

Mrs. J. Denton, sponsor, breaks champagne across the bow of the guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53). Looking on are (L-R): Sen. J. Denton Jr., R-Als., Mr. J. St. Pe', president of Ingalls Shipbuilding; M. Denton, maid of honor; Mrs. M. McPhillips, matron of honor; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; and Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command

Sen J. Denton Jr., R-Ala., speaks at the christening of the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53). Behind him are (L-R): Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; CAPT. G. Dowell III, supervisor of shipbuilding, conversion, and repair; Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Mr. Knecht,; Mr. J. St. Pe`; Jane Denton, sponsor; M. McPhillips, matron of honor; and Archbishop O. Lipscomb

Commodore John F. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command, speaks during the christening ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53)

Members of the christening party attending the ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53) are (L-R): Mr. J. St. Pe'; Sen. J. Denton Jr., R-Ala., Miss E. Denton, maid of honor; Archbishop O. Lipscomb; Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; Mrs. M. McPhillips, matron of honor; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command; and Capt. F. Whalen, prospective commanding officer of the MOBILE BAY

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) John F. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, arrives for the commissioning of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG 50)

Rear Adm. John F. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, speaks during the commissioning of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50)

Attending the keel laying of Aegis cruiser (CG 57) at the Ingalls Shipbuilding shipyard are, from left to right: Al Storey, general ship superintendent; Captain (CAPT) Blair Ireland, Aegis area commander; Teno Henderson, program manager, construction; J.D. Taylor, ship coordinator; and Ray Harbrecht, director, ships management

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) John F. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, speaks during the commissioning of the guided missile cruiser USS MOBILE BAY (CG 53)

GEN. Alfred M. Gray Jr., commandant of the Marine Corps, speaks during the keel-laying ceremony for the LHD-class amphibious assault ship Essex (LHD-2). J. St. Pe', president of Ingalls Shipbuilding, Inc. and E.E. Shoults, program manager, Amphibious Warfare and Strategic Sea Lift Program, are pictured in the background

General Alfred M. Gray Jr., commandant of the Marine Corps, authenticates the keel plaque at the keel laying ceremony for the LHD-class amphibious assault ship USS ESSEX (LHD 2). Standing by during the signing are, from left: E.E. Shoults, program manager, Amphibious Warfare and Strategic Sea Lift Program; J St. Pe', president, Ingalls Shipbuilding, Inc., General Gray; Captain M.G. Simpson, suprervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Pascagoula; and Joe Smith, welder

Workmen at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Inc. listen as General Alfred M. Gray Jr., commandant of the Marine Corps, speaks during keel laying ceremony for the LHD-class amphibious assault ship USS ESSEX (LHD 2). J St. Pe', president, Ingalls Shipbuilding, Inc., and E.E. Shoults, program manager, Amphibious Warfare and Strategic Sea Lift Program, are pictured in the background

RADM James B. Greene Jr., program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding Project, speakks during the christening and launching ceremony for the guided missile cruiser GETTYSBURG (CG-64) at Bath Iron Works shipyard

Portrait of DoD Ms. Maureen Miller, Program Manager for ADCSDZA. (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Russell F. Roederer) (Released) (PC-191571)

General Joseph J. Went, third from right, assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, shakes hands with Willie Willis Jr., a welder at Ingalls Shipbuilding, after authenticating the keel plaque for the amphibious assault ship KEARSARGE (LHD 3). Also attending are, from left: an unidentified Marine colonel: E.E. Shoults, program manager, Amphibious Warfare and Strategic Sea Lift Program; and Captain J.F. King. At right is Jerry St. Pe', President of Ingalls Shipbuilding

Jerry St. Pe', left, President of Ingalls Shipbuilding, presents a replica of the keel plaque for the amphibious assault ship KEARSARGE (LHD 3) to General (GEN) Joseph J. Went, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, during the keel laying ceremony for the KEARSARGE. At right is E.E. Shouts, program manager, Amphibious Warfare and Strategic Sea Lift Program

RADM (lower half) John T. Hood, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding Project, speaks during the launch of the guided missile cruiser SHILOH (CG-67) at the Bath Iron Works Corp. shipyard

Guests aboard the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS PARGO (SSN 650) take part in a "blue-nose" ceremony to mark their first trip above the Arctic Circle. They are, from left: RADM Millard S. Firebaugh, SSN-21 (Seawolf) direct reporting program manager; CAPT Dorothy A. Prose, executive assistant to the undersecretary of the Navy; Robert McCormack, assistant secretary of the Navy for financial management; Robert Schafer, House Armed Services Committee (HASC) staff member; and Wade Heck, (HASC) staff member.

SENIOR MASTER SGT. Ted Whorley operates the boom of a 6th Air Refueling Squadron, 22nd Air Refueling Wing, KC-10A Extender aircraft while refueling a 163rd Tactical Fighter Wing RF-4C Phantom aircraft during the Strategic Air Command Exercise Proud Visitor. Whorley is the Strategic Air Command's program manager for extender boom operators

SENIOR MASTER SGT. Ted Whorley calculates the weight load plan for a 6th Air Refueling Squadron, 22nd Air Refueling Squadron, 22nd Air Refueling Wing, KC-10A Extender aircraft during a Military Airlift Command channel cargo mission. Whorley is the Strategic Air Command's program manager for Extender aircraft refuelikng boom operators

Robert F. Sumrall, curator of ships models for the U.S. Naval Academy discusses a display of John Paul Jones' personal possessions with RADM George A. Huchting, direct reporting program manager for Aegis. The collection is on display at Bath Iron Works Shipyard for the christening and launch of the guided missile destroyer JOHN PAUL JONES (DDG-53) which will take place on Oct. 26th.

Navy and civilian personnel pose for a photo during the keel laying ceremony for the dock landing ship CARTER HALL (LSD-50) at the Avondale Industries, Inc. (AII) shipyard. They are, from left to right: Kim Ellinburg, AII project engineer; B.J. Griffin, AII project engineer; CPT N.J. Shackelton, director, SUPSHIPS, management group, NAVSEA (SEA071); CPT John C. Donahue, supervisor of shipbuilding, New Orleans (SSNO); Mike Simpson, AII vice president (VP), production; Emile Foret, AII VP, ship construction; LT Ivan Pierce, SSNO, program hull manager; LDR William Dicken, SSNO, program manager's representative; D. Gordon, AII program manager; R. Clark, AII lead production engineer; Carey ...

Portrait of DoD Ms. Maureen T. Lischke, Program Manager, Reserve Component Automation System National Guard Bureau, (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Scott Davis) (Released) (PC-192395)

US Air Force (USAF) Major (MAJ) Mark Naumann, Program Manager, Airlift Defensive Systems (ADS), Headquarters (HQ) Air Mobility Command (AMC), Scott Air Force Base (AFB), Illinois (IL), watches aircraft from all over the US and from various foreign countries land at McChord AFB, Washington (WA), to participate in the USAF AMC sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition

Keel laying of the Arleigh Burke Block IIA Aegis class guided missile destroyer USS PREBLE (DDG 88). Left to right: Paul Robinson, Vice President, Operation; Bob Merchent, Program Manager, Aegis Programs: Captain Fred Parker, PEO/TSC Associate Program Manager: Jerald Read, General Ship Superintendent; Rear Admiral (Upper half) William W. Cobb Jr., PEO/TSC Program Executive Officer, Captain Harry Rucker, Supervisor of Ship-building; Commander Steve Metz, Aegis Area Commander

Portrait of Dod Ms. Sue L. Baker, Program Manager, Single Stock Fund Headquarters, Department of the Army. (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Scott Davis) (Released) (PC-193346)

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA), Daniel Kane, USAF, Aviano 2000 (AV2K) Program Manager assigned to the 31ST Communications Squadron, Aviano AB, Italy checks safety maps to ensure no communications line are being endangered by the discovery of unexploded ordnance found at one of the construction sites

Major Jay Aanrud, USAF, (foreground), 39th Operation Support Squadron, Supervisor Of Flying (SOF), Operation NORTHERN WATCH program manager, discusses safety of flight procedures, as SENIOR AIRMAN Sarah Anderson, USAF, (with binoculars), monitors incoming air traffic at Incirlik Air Base Control Tower, Turkey. Operation NORTHERN WATCH (ONW) is a Combined Task Force (CTF) charged with enforcing the no-fly zone north of the 36th parallel in Iraq and monitoring Iraqi compliance with UN Security Council resolutions

(L to R) Contractors Mr. Otto Weixler of Philip Holtzmann, Mr. Giacomo Adorno of GEBCO, Commander Dave Kelly, Navy, Resident Officer in Charge of Construction (ROICC), Colonel Jane E. Serie, Commander, 31st Medical Group, Aviano, Colonel Gary LaGassey, Aviano 2000 Program Manager and Brigadier General Donald J. Hoffman, Commander, 31st Fighter Wing, Aviano Air Base, Italy, break ground for a new hospital facility. This new 20-bed hospital will provide an ultra modern medical facility for Aviano Air Base. The project provides for a new 25,900 square foot hospital and for the alteration of 2780 square feet of the existing 31st Medical Group clinic. The new addition will include new...

US Air Force (USAF) and Civilian Honorees pose for a group photograph during the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Integrated Communications Complex (ICC), at Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy. Pictured left-to-right, USAF Colonel (COL) Joseph Abbott, 31st Mission Support Group (MSG); Mr. Daniel Pelletier, Program Manager for Cooperative Muratori Riuniti (CMR); US Navy (USN) Commander David Kelley, Resident Officer In Charge Of Construction (ROICC); USAF COL David Warner, Communications and Information, Headquarters, US Air Forces in Europe (USAFE); and USAF AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Rashad Cousins, representing USAF Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Kathleen Harrington,...

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) David Little (right), Program Manager, 421 Combat Training Squadron (CTS), Air Mobility Warfare Center (AMWC), New Jersey (NJ), examines STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Kristin Scharf, Radio Operator, 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AES), Scott Air Force Base (AFB), Illinois (IL), at the USAF facility at Port-au-Prince International Airport (IAP), Port-au-Prince, Haiti (HTI)

The Honorable Secretary of the Air Force Dr. James G. Roche congratulates U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Tranquilino Herrera, loadmaster, 7th Airlift Squadron, McChord Air Force Base, Wash., for his feature in U.S. Air Force commercials, as MAJ. Rodney Stephan, second left, a B-1B Pilot, Dyess Air Force Base, TX, and CAPT. Morgan Bailey-Johnson, program manager, military satellite communications and ground control systems, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif., right, look on at the Air Force Association's 2004 Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition at Washington, D.C., on Sept. 13, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by MASTER SGT. Jim Varhegyi) (Released)

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (lower half) (RDML) Charles H. Chuck Goddard, Deputy Director (X), Program Manager, Naval Sea Systems Command. (Covered)

US Navy (USN) Captain (CPT) Michael Collins, Commander, Naval Support Activity (NSA), Norfolk, Virginia (VA), Program Manager for Support Services, delivers the opening remarks at a Memorandum of Understanding Signing ceremony at Naval Amphibious Base (NAB) Little Creek, which established the Hampton Roads Military and Civilian Family Violence Prevention Council

From left, U.S. Navy CAPT. Thomas Eccles, Program Manager and Advance Undersea Systems (PMS 394), Rear Adm. William Timme, Deputy Commander for Undersea Warfare Naval Sea System Command (NAVSEA), Tom Baybrook, SENIOR Vice President Science Applications International Corporation, Robert Kollars, Site Director, CAPT. Mark Thomas, NAVSEA Caderock Division Commander and Rear Adm. William French, Commander Navy Region Northwest, cut a ribbon announcing upgrades made to Navy's Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility near Ketchikan, Ark., on Aug. 22, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 3rd Class Angela Grube) (Released)

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

Portrait of Richard Santangelo, Program Manager, Public Housing Management and Energy Conservation, Office of Public and Indian Housing

"Norman, Okla., November 7, 2013 -- Members of FEMA Corps Team Hickory 3 viewing the National Weather Center's (NWC) 'Science on a Sphere' during a tour of the center's campus in Norman, Oklahoma. Nicole Robertson, Program Manager at the NWC's Office of Weather Programs & Projects, explains the sphere is a global display system that uses computers and video projectors to display looped, animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, and ocean temperature onto the six foot diameter sphere. The previous 30 days of the world's weather, including Super Typhoon Haiyan as it formed and later approached the Philippines, was being shown on the day of Hickory 3's visit."

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Larry Handerhan, Program Manager, Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation

Head shot of Larry Handerhan, Program Manager, Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Larry Handerhan, Program Manager, Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Larry Handerhan, Program Manager, Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Linda Ayala, Program Manager, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Head shot of Larry Handerhan, Program Manager, Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2992.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2996.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2989.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2991.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2990.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise] Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [meeting at Main Interior with representatives from Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded Tribal Court Review Project Team:] Elbridge Coochise, [long-time Tribal Court judge, former President of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, and member of the Hopi Tribe in Arizona;] and Myrna Rivera, [program manager with the Inter-Tribal Council of California, former Clerk of Court and Court Administrator for the Washoe Tribal Court, and member of the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada] [48-DPA-04-02-08_SOI_K_Coochise_IOD_2988.JPG]