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Washington, D. C. , May 29, 2009 -- President Obama at FEMA headquarters at a meeting of the Homeland Security Council, with him at the head of the table is the President of the Council, John O. Brennen. June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season and Mr. Obama was briefed by Federal Agencies and Departments that respond to Hurricanes. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Photograph of Social Security Exhibit Case 1, Pennsylvania Avenue Lobby

Photograph of Social Security Exhibit Case 2, Pennsylvania Avenue Lobby

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Rabat - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Capetown - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Conakry - Marine Security Guard Residence

Colombo - Marine Security Guard Residence

[Here Comes the Band - Band of the Federal Security Police in Salzburg, Austria]

Marines with a Bazooka and a Protecting Machine Gun set up a Security Post Against Possible Tank Counter-Attack

For a Free World and Victims of Communism

Communism Gives You Security (A)

Communism Gives You Security (A)

Communism Gives You Security

Communism Gives You Security (A)

Security Poster

Jeddah - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1960

Jeddah - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1960

Jeddah - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1960

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, (third from left) congratulates Paul H. Nitze after he was sworn in as Secretary of the Navy and William P. Bundy, left, newly sworn in as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs. Standing at right is Roswell L. Gilpatrick, Deputy Secretary of Defense

J. Robert Loftis, director, Administrative Services, Office of the Secretary of Defense, left, administers the oath of office to John T. McNaughton, as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs (ISA). Hosting the Pentagon ceremony is Paul H. Nitze, center, Assistant Secretary of Defense

Photograph of the Opening of the Social Security Exhibit at the National Archives

Photograph of the Opening of the Social Security Exhibit at the National Archives

Photograph of the Opening of the Social Security Exhibit at the National Archives

Photograph of the Opening of the Social Security Exhibit at the National Archives

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Ankara - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Ankara - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Harare - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

Athens - Marine Security Guard Residence - 1965

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