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BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

BROKEN CEILING TILES AND DEBRIS ON FLOOR OF THE ECRL ENGINE COMPONENTS RESEARCH LABORATORY

An employee at the Kennedy Space Center secures tiles on the space shuttle Columbia

A view of tiles on the space shuttle Columbia at the Kennedy Space Center

STS068-67-001 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-005 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-47-002 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-011 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-021 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-002 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-009 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-006 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-47-001 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-015 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-018 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS064-57-016 - STS-064 - Damaged tiles on Discovery's payload bay

STS068-67-008 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-020 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-47-003 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-012 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-82-031 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-010 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-011 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-014 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-012 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-019 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-007 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-013 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-003 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-017 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-016 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-009 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-47-004 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-004 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-35-008 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-010 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

STS068-67-007 - STS-068 - Close view of OMS tiles on Endeavour

2LT Diane Langmade is concerned with how well the tiles work on the Space Shuttle Columbia

A female Navy constructionman loosens tiles in a hallway

The heat-resistant tiles on the nose of the space shuttle orbiter Discovery show the effects of the craft's reentry into the Earth's atmosphere. Discovery touched down on Rogers Dry Lake a few hours before, successfully completing the 26th Space Transpor

A Sailor loosens tiles aboard the Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69). The ship is undergoing a six-month selected restricted availability at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard

STS050-49-001 - STS-050 - Views of the orbiter port OMS/RCS pod showing probable ice betwen the tiles.

STS050-49-002 - STS-050 - Views of the orbiter port OMS/RCS pod showing probable ice betwen the tiles.

STS074-361-036 - STS-074 - View of tiles on the Atlantis OMS pods

Plies of new roofing tiles lie on the ground in front of partially destroyed Muslim homes in Jusici, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The new tiles signal the beginning of the rebuilding process

STS063-02-013 - STS-063 - Tiles on the Orbital Maneuvering Subsystem pod

STS092-707-027 - STS-092 - OMS pod and thermal tiles

STS092-707-028 - STS-092 - OMS pod and thermal tiles

US Marine Corps (USMC) Band members, Corporal (CPL) Terrell Tiles (right), on the Browning M2 HB 0.50-caliber heavy machine gun, as a "Guarding Angel" while USMC CPL John Karr, gets some rest before his shift near AD Diwanyah, Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Both are with the 1ST Marine Division (MAR DIV), Headquarters Battalion (HQ BN)

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Amanda VanCleef (left) and USAF Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Wallace Lambert, both assigned to the 820th Red Horse Squadron (RHS), install ceramic floor tiles at the Saint Paul's Health Center, located on the island of St. Kitts, during Exercise NEW HORIZONS ST KITTS-NEVIS 03 (NH SK-N 03)

US Air Force (USAF) Civil Engineers (CE) with the 820th Red Horse Squadron (RHS), install new roof tiles at the Saint Paul's Health Center construction site during Exercise New Horizons, on the island of St. Kitts. New Horizons is a US Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) combined field-training exercise (FTX)

Mr. Claus Steffes, US Air Force Europe (USAFE) Civil Service, 435th Construction and Training Squadron (CTS), Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany (DEU), prepares to install ceiling tiles inside one of 14 new CTS classrooms that are being built as part of the USAFE Silver Flag Contingency Training Program (CTP) expansion

US Navy (USN) students assigned to the Naval Aviation Technical Training Center (NATTC) on Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida, clean out water-soaked tiles and insulation from the ceiling of the base gym, ruined by Hurricane Ivan

S114E6313 - STS-114 - Canadarm 2 and TPS tiles on orbiter Discovery as seen during EVA 3

S114E6310 - STS-114 - Orbiter Boom Sensor System and TPS tiles on orbiter Discovery as seen during EVA 3

S114E6309 - STS-114 - Orbiter Boom Sensor System and TPS tiles on orbiter Discovery as seen during EVA 3

US Navy (USN) Builder (BU) Sean Liverpool, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 7 (NMCB-7), works alongside a local Sri Lankian man as they salvage tiles from the roof of a schoolhouse destroyed by a Tsunami in the village of Koggala, Sri Lanka (LKA), during Operation UNIFIED ASSISTANCE

A school facility under renovation, funded, managed and quality controlled by the US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) outside of Erbil, Northern Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Iraqi subcontractors are placing and filling concrete tiles in the play yard

A school facility under renovation, funded, managed and quality controlled by the US Army (USA) Corps of Engineers (USACE) outside of Erbil, Northern Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Iraqi subcontractors are placing and filling concrete tiles in the play yard

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Gulf Region South District examine the tiles at a train station in the Dhi Qar province of Iraq on July 4, 2005. The Corps is renovating eight train stations in the region. (U.S. Army photo by B.J. Weiner) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq, on July 8, 2005. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. Crews of 35 Iraqi personnel are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq, on July 8, 2005. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. Crews of 35 Iraqi personnel are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. A crew of about 35 Iraqis are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. A crew of about 35 Iraqis are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. A crew of about 35 Iraqis are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

An Iraqi construction worker installs tiles for a police station project in the Dhi Qar Province. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Gulf Region South District provides quality assurance on the project.(U.S. Army photo by B.J. Weiner) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. A crew of about 35 Iraqis are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Two 143-square-meter health clinics are taking shape for the Iraqi Army at Taji Military Base in Iraq. The East Clinic is 75% complete with the crew there installing electrical lights and ceiling tiles. At the West Clinic, floor tiles are being set in place. At both clinics, final grade around the structures is being worked. The $3 million contract was awarded July 7, 2004, with an expected completion date of Aug. 25, 2005. A crew of about 35 Iraqis are working at both projects. Each health clinic will feature five exam rooms and one isolation room. (U.S. Army photo by Norris Jones) (Released)

Jean Felix Tchicaya Primary School students curiously watch as US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman 1ST Class (HC1) Vincent Abellera, assigned to the USN submarine tender USS EMORY S. LAND (AS 39), measures plywood to be used as replacement ceiling tiles during a community relations (COMREL) project at Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo (COG)

(From right-to-left), U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1ST Class Scott Gervasi, Builder 2nd Class Gianfranco Bravo and Ship's Serviceman 2nd Class Antwon Washington, all assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1, look on as school children wave for photographs during Exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) in Indonesia on Aug. 10, 2006. The USN Seabees joined a group of Indonesian Marines in several renovation projects, which included placing tiles at a village schoolhouse. CARAT is an annual series of bilateral maritime exercises between the U.S. and Southeast Asia nations designed to build relationships and enhance the operational readiness of the participating...

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Scott Ring, Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class uses an air hammer to remove tiles from the U.S. Navy Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72). The USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72) will undergo repair and refurbishment as part of a Planned Incremental Availability period at Naval Station Shipyard, Puget Sound, Wash. Sept. 20, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN James R. Evans) (Released)

Decommissioned Power Plant Demolition Showing Asbestos Tiles

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm - Pike County, Ky. , June 6, 2009 -- Steven Parker remove tiles from the basement of the Johns Creek Elementary in Pike County, KY. The basement was flooded by the recent storms. FEMA encourages residents affected by natural disasters rebuild better, stronger and safer. Rob Melendez/FEMA

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm - Pike County, Ky. , June 6, 2009 -- Steven Parker remove tiles from the basement of the Johns Creek Elementary in Pike County, KY. The basement was flooded by the recent storms. FEMA encourages residents affected by natural disasters rebuild better, stronger and safer. Rob Melendez/FEMA

Earthquake - Calexico, Calif. , June 18, 2010 --After a 7. 2 magnitude earthquake struck Jefferson Elementary School, the computer classroom was destroyed when the ceiling tiles collapsed and left a layer of dust and asbestos across the room. The School is an eligible applicant to receive FEMA Public Assistance (PA) for repairs to the damaged structures during the incident period. Adam DuBrowa/FEMA

Earthquake - Calexico, Calif. , June 18, 2010 --At Jefferson Elementary School, the computer center was destroyed when the ceiling tiles collapsed and left a layer of dust and asbestos when a 7. 2 magnitude earthquake struck the area. The School is an eligible applicant to receive FEMA Public Assistance (PA) for repairs to damaged structures during the incident period. Adam DuBrowa/FEMA

S134E007981 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007991 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007882 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008056 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007937 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007976 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007996 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008057 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008070 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007822 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007944 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008122 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008048 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007831 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007819 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007834 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008110 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007966 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E008124 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles

S134E007843 - STS-134 - STS-134 IDC Focused Inspection of TPS Tiles