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The bottom section (ventilator) of the Raphael memorial stained glass window in the camp chapel, (Protestant), depicts the Marines entering Mexico City, Mexican Wars 1847. The window was completed September 5th, 1945

The bottom section (ventilator) of the Raphael memorial stained glass ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SGT Reginald D. Brooks ... more

Three US Air Force (USAF) Airmen raise the American Flag during a retreat ceremony held at the First Term AIRMAN Center, Spangdahlem Air Base (AB), Germany. All first term airmen take part in the two-week transition class, which helps them complete all necessary training before being welcomed into their new units. Pictured left-to-right are AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Carlos Ulloa, AIRMAN (AMN) Matthew Gartzke and AMN Raphael Hood

Three US Air Force (USAF) Airmen raise the American Flag during a retr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Spangdahlem Air Base State: Rheinland-Pfalz Country: Deutschland / Germany (DEU) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Karen Z. Silcott, USAF Release Stat... more

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Class Raphael Delarosa, Survival Equipment Journeyman, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), inspects the reefing line cutter on an Aces II recovery canopy parachute inside the Survival Equipment Shop at Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, United Kingdom (UK)

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Class Raphael Delarosa, S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: RAF Lakenheath Country: United Kingdom (GBR) Scene Camera Operator: AMN Stacey Jeanpaul, USAF Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... more

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Class Raphael Delarosa, Survival Equipment Journeyman, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), inspects the reefing line cutter on an Aces II recovery canopy parachute inside the Survival Equipment Shop at Royal Air Force (RAF), Lakenheath, United Kingdom (UK)

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Class Raphael Delarosa, S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: RAF Lakenheath Country: United Kingdom (GBR) Scene Camera Operator: AMN Stacey Jeanpaul, USAF Release Status: Released to Public Combined Militar... more

U.S. Army (Ret.) COL. Raphael Ramirez (center), U.S. Army South (USARSO) (USARSO) Scenario Manager, Fuerzas Aliada Humanitarias 04 (FA-Hum 04), speaks with Oscar Ruiz, Simulations Manager, during the Mid Planning Conference in Panama City, Panama, on Sept. 12, 2003. (U.S. Army photo by Kaye Richey) (Released)

U.S. Army (Ret.) COL. Raphael Ramirez (center), U.S. Army South (USARS...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Panama City Country: Panama (PAN) Scene Camera Operator: Kaye Richey, CIV Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Ph... more

US Army (USA) personnel (left to right) SPECIALIST First Class (SFC) Timothy Wilkes, First Lieutenant (1LT) Marc Raphael, Captain (CPT) Chess Lamm and First Sergeant (1SG) Phong Tran of the 2/319th Field Artillery Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division (AD), Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC), network ideas at their morning briefing during operation Task Force Katrina

US Army (USA) personnel (left to right) SPECIALIST First Class (SFC) T...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Louisiana (LA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Major Command Shown: Northeast Scene Camera Operator: CPL Samuel Kilpatrick, USA R... more

U.S. Army SGT. 1ST. Class Timothy Wilkes, 1ST lt. Marc Raphael, CAPT. Chess Lamm, and 1ST SGT.Phong Tran of the 2/319th Field Artillery Regiment, 82d Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C., network ideas at their morning briefing during operation"Task Force Katrina"on Sept. 12 2005. The 82d Airborne Division is providing security for search and rescue operations for the many civilians who where devastated by hurricane"Katrina"in Louisiana and the lower Gulf Shore region of the United States in earlier in the month.(U.S. Army photo by CPL. Sam Kilpatrick) (Released)

U.S. Army SGT. 1ST. Class Timothy Wilkes, 1ST lt. Marc Raphael, CAPT. ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: New Orleans State: Louisiana (LA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: CPL Samuel Kilpatrick, USA Release Status: Rele... more

[Hurricane Katrina] Petal, Miss. Oct. 24, 2005 -- David and Maria Russell stand in front of their new travel trailer in Bay St. Louis, Miss. The travel trailer sits on the site where their home was before it was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Petal, Miss. Oct. 24, 2005 -- David and Maria Russ...

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[Hurricane Katrina] Gautier, Miss., November 24, 2005 -- Sereta Haynes (center) and her grandson speak with FEMA Public Information Officer Michael Raphael (right) in their new FEMA mobile home on Thanksgiving Day.  FEMA is utilizing various methods to temporarily house residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina.  Mark Wolfe/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Gautier, Miss., November 24, 2005 -- Sereta Haynes...

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[Hurricane Katrina] Gautier, Miss., November 24, 2005 -- Sabrina Hollins (left) speaks with FEMA Public Information Officer Michael Raphael outside her new FEMA mobile home on Thanksgiving Day.  FEMA is utilizing various methods to temporarily house residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina.  Mark Wolfe/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Gautier, Miss., November 24, 2005 -- Sabrina Holli...

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[Hurricane Katrina] Waveland, Miss., January 10, 2006 -- FEMA Public Information Officer Michael Raphael (left) speaks with the assistant manager of the Waveland Disaster Recovery Center (DRC).  FEMA DRCs are opened to give applicants a place to ask questions about their FEMA recovery process.  Mark Wolfe/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Waveland, Miss., January 10, 2006 -- FEMA Public I...

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U.S. Navy SEAMAN Raphael G. Knight stands forward lookout during flight quarters, while U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters conduct flight operations aboard the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7) on Aug. 24, 2006. The IWO JIMA is deployed to the Red Sea in support of Maritime Security Operations.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Christopher L. Clark) (Released)

U.S. Navy SEAMAN Raphael G. Knight stands forward lookout during fligh...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Scene Camera Operator: MCSN Christopher L. Clark, USN Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Ph... more

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-18-07 -- A landscaping award sign is shrouded in ice-covered branches in downtown Springfield, just days after the ice storm swept across 38 counties in Missouri.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-18-07 -- A land...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springdale, MO, January 8, 2007 -- Speed limit sign with ice dangling from it in Springfield, Missouri.  After effect of ice storm that swept across much of the state Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springdale, MO, January 8, 2007 --...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-18-07 --- This utility pole leans precariously from the weight of ice-covered wires and broken branches. Felled trees and ice pulled over many power poles in Missouri.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-18-07 --- This ...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO --- Hundreds of residents of Springfield, Missouri are in shelters after 75,000 customers (about 75 percent of homes and businesses in the area) lost power when the ice storm swept across the state Jan. 12-14.  Members of AmeriCorps of St. Louis staffed several shelters, including this one.  FEMA Photo by Mike Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO --- Hundreds of re...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-19-07 -- U. S. Sen. Kit Bond (R-Missouri), right, and Dan Best, deputy FCO for the Missouri ice storm disaster response and recovery, at the special briefing held in Springfield by the former two-time Missouri governor.  The ice storm swept across the state Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 1-19-07 -- U. S. ...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO (2-05-07) --- Tree branches rest atop a north Springfield house where debris lines the curbside, waiting for crews to pick it up.  Broken limbs hit a number of homes when weighted down with ice from the storm that swept across Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO (2-05-07) --- Tree...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2/09/2007 -- A view from the monitoring tower window of trucks full of debris at the disposition site west of Springfield.  Dozens of crews began picking up debris in the city and Greene County Feb. 5.  Loads were checked at the tower, then dropped at the 80-acre site.  Debris was caused by effects of the severe ice storm that swept across Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2/09/2007 -- A vi...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Like some prehistoric metallic predator, this device was used to put debris into a grinder at the disposition site west of Springfield.  Dozens of debris clearing crews trucked thousands of cubic yards of debris to the site as part of recovery from the severe ice storm that struck Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Like s...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Debris piles at the debris reduction site west of Springfield. Crews offloaded up to 80 cubic yards per truck of fallen branches and trees collected in the city and Greene County.  The debris was caused by effects of the severe ice storm that swept across Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Debris...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07  --- Trucks bringing debris collected in Springfield line up at the monitoring tower where loads are checked and drivers given tickets showing the amount of branches in truck beds.  The debris, including trees, was generated by effects of the severe ice storm that cut a swath across Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07 --- Truc...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07 --- A debris hauler passes by debris being fed into a shredder at the disposition site west of Springfield, one of the areas hardest hit by the severe ice storm that swept across the heart of Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07 --- A deb...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07  --- Two side-by-side mobile homes in north Springfield were struck by a tall tree, toppled by effects of the severe ice storm that swept across Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  At least one of the mobile homes was made unlivable.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-09-07 --- Two ...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2/92007 --- Trucks loaded with debris picked up in Springfield were checked at the monitoring tower, with drivers given tickets showing percentages of loads.  Then drivers dumped their loads at the site and went back to the city to pick up more debris caused by the severe ice storm that cut a swath through Missouri Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2/92007 --- Truck...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Two-thirds of this tree collapsed onto this Springfield house, caused by effects of the severe ice storm that swept across 40 Missouri counties Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-9-07 --- Two-th...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-15-07  --- A load of debris is being droped into a dump truck in Springfield.  The debris was created by the ice storm of Jan. 12-14, 2007 and is estimated at 1 million cubic yards.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 2-15-07 --- A lo...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, February 22, 2007 --- FEMA's Region 7 Director Dick Hainje (r), tours the debris disposal site in Republic with Dan Best (l), FEMA's Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer for the Missouri ice storm disaster #1676.  Dave Van Sant (c) the FEMA Public Assistance officer handling project worksheets for the disposal sites, provides details on the operation.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, February 22, 2007 --...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Willard, MO, February 22, 2007 -- Dick Hainje, FEMA's Region 7 Director (r), and Dan Best, Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer for the Missouri ice storm disaster tour the debris disposal site in Green County. Much of the debris has been burned, but reduction may be done by turning the wood into chips for recycling.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Willard, MO, February 22, 2007 -- ...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, February 27, 2007 --- Loaded trucks from Springfield and Greene County at the disposal site in Republic.  An estimated two million cubic yards of debris was generated in the city and rural area around it by the ice storm of Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, February 27, 2007 --...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, 2-27-07 -- A loader moves debris up a giant and growing pile of debris collected in Springfield and the rural area of Greene County around the city, where more than two million cubic yards of debris were generated by the ice storm Jan. 12-14, 2007.  FEMA Photo/Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Republic, MO, 2-27-07 -- A loader ...

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[Severe Freeze] CALEXICO, CA, 4-4-07 --- Hundreds of people who lost jobs when the freeze hit California Jan. 12-14, 2007, lined up at state Unemployment Development Department offices, including the office in the border city of Calexico, to register for the Disaster Unemployment Assistance program funded by FEMA.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Freeze] CALEXICO, CA, 4-4-07 --- Hundreds of people who lost j...

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[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 4-24-07 -- Dan Best, (c) deputy FCO for DR-1676 and is Recovery Branch Chief for Region 7, talks with Battlefield Fire Protective Services chiefs Jerry Sparkman, left, and Thom Burton at a meeting of chiefs April 19. Mr. Best helped fire departments in southwest Missouri understand what Public Assistance reimbursements they may get from FEMA.  FEMA photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Winter Storms and Flooding] Springfield, MO, 4-24-07 -- Dan Be...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- R. David Paulison, FEMA administrator, and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius confered today at the heart of the small Kansas town that was nearly destroyed Friday (5-4-07) by an F5 tornado a mile and a half wide. Paulison and Sebelius flew over Greensburg in a Kansas National Guard helicopter for a first-hand view of the widespread destruction.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- R....

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison briefed media on FEMA's role in response and recovery for Greensburg, the small Kansas town torn apart Friday (5-4-07) by an F5 tornado.  Flanking Paulison is Sen. Sam Brownback, Rep. Todd Tiarht, and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius joined with FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison (not pictured)for an aerial view of the small Kansas community that was shattered by a powerful tornado Friday (5-4-07).  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- Ka...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison joined in the news conference held today in the heart of the small Kansas town where more than two dozen persons were killed or severely injured when an F5 tornado smashed through their community Friday (5-4-07), leaving 95 percent of the homes and businesses in ruin.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison, flanked by Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas, right, and Maj. Gen. Tod Bunting, head of the Kansas Air National Guard, toured the small town hit by a powerful tornado Friday (5-4-07).  Nearly every home in the community was destroyed or badly damaged, and more than two dozen people died or suffered serious injuries.  The area was declared a major disaster area Saturday (5-5-07) by the president.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- This is Greensburg, Kansas, as seen from the air today by FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius -- witnesses to widespread destruction of the small town where more than two dozen persons died or suffered serious injuries in Friday's storm.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- Th...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison surveys the community of Greensburg from a Kansas Air National Guard helicopter with Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (not pictured).  Friday's F5 tornado almost destroyed the entire town of 1,600.  FEMA/ Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 -- President Bush visits with the many volunteers and members of local, state and federal agencies including FEMA who came to help the people of Greensburg affected by the F5 tornado that ravaged the small Kansas town Friday (5-4-07).  The President declared Kiowa County as a major disaster area for tornadoes and flooding.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 -- Pre...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- Crystal Payton, a FEMA public affairs officer, assists the first people to apply for state and federal assistance at the Disaster Assistance Center set up at the courthouse in the Kansas town.  Greensburg suffered massive and widespread damage and death and serious injury to more than two dozen persons when hit by a major tornado Friday.  The area was declared a major disaster area by the president Saturday.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- Cr...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison, center, explains what FEMA can do for the small town of 1,600 that suffered loss to 95 percent of its homes and businesses plus death and critical injuries to more than a score of residents.  Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, left center, senate and congressional representatives, and Greenburg officials also commented.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- A large number of residents of Greensburg capitalized on telephone banks, provided by FEMA next to the town's courthouse, and applied for state and federal assistance for losses from Friday's powerful tornado that destroyed most of the town.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-7-07 --- A ...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, May 8, 2007 --  FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison, left, and President Bush tour Greensburg to see the widespread destruction to the small community.  Greensburg was struck by the EF5 tornado Friday night.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, May 8, 2007 -...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison thanks a volunteer for the help she is giving to the people of Greensburg.  President Bush declared the small city and surrounding Kiowa County a disaster area the day after the tornado hit.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- FE...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- President Bush thanking volunteers and members of federal, state and local agencies who came to the small city to help. The President toured Greensburg to see firsthand destruction caused by the F5 tornado Friday (5-4-09).  After a two-hour briefing, Bush was joined by R. David Paulison, FEMA administrator, center, and Richard Hainje, administrator of Region 7.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- Pr...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- President Bush toured Greensburg - and then thanked the many people who came to help the small city's people.  FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison, center, and Dick Hainje, right, Region 7 administrator, who are heading FEMA's part in the response, fully briefed the president, who on Saturday (5-5-07) signed the declaration for Kiowa County as a major disaster area.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-9-07 --- Pr...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-11-07 --- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Mike Karl explaines FEMA's role in the recovery for this small midwest town that was demolished by an EF5 tornado on May 4.  Other officials also outlined the recovery aid which is available to the people of Greensburg and Kiowa County.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-11-07 --- F...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, May 11, 2007 --- Greensburg Mayor Lonnie McCollum (center, hat in hand) prays with the people of his community at the first Greensburg Town Hall Meeting on Friday.  The tent was erected so people have a place to meet.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, May 11, 2007 ...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-12-07 --- A destroyed home in Greensburg. The F5 tornado that recently stuck destroyed much of the town leaving the residents needing temporary housing.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-12-07 --- A...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-07 --- Larry Sommers, right, special assistant to FEMA's federal coordinating officer and Greensburg Mayor Lonnie McCollum, left, also a victim of the tornado, welcome the King family who moved into a FEMA travel trailer today at a Bucklin campground.  The family lost their home as a result of the F5 tornado.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-07 --- L...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-16-07 --- Residents search through the pile of debris for items that were once in their home. Residents are cleaning up the small city that was hit by a tornado on May 4, 2007 so they can rebuild.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-16-07 --- R...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-16-07 --- Greensburg High School was destroyed by the F5 tornado that left some 95 percent of the community in ruin May 4, 2007.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Greensburg, KS, 5-16-07 --- G...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-2006 -- Track loader and front shovel operators work together to move piles of debris close to the street so it can be moved to the landfill outside of the city.  More than 6,000 truckloads have been moved to date.  The wreckage was left by the F5 tornado that smashed most of the city May 4, 2007.  FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-2006 -- ...

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[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-07 --- Larry Sommers, a special assistant for the Federal Coordinating Officer, hands the first set of FEMA travel trailer keys to a family displaced by the F5 tornado. Greensburg is working to recover from the tornado that destroyed the town on May 4, 2007.  Three trailers at Fluff's Campground in Bucklin, 19 miles west of Greensburg, are now occupied. FEMA Photo by Michael Raphael

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] GREENSBURG, KS, 5-16-07 --- L...

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NEW ORLEANS, LA, May 31, 2007 -- Raphael Anton with the US Army, assigned to the DHS-FEMA Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Equipment Program (CEDAP) learns more about a new thermal imaging device recently given to responders from areas at high risk for hurricanes, tornadoes, or wildfires.  Over 730 responders were part of accelerated training to learn how to use a variety of high tech equipment being delivered to their departments. Photo by Manuel Broussard/FEMA

NEW ORLEANS, LA, May 31, 2007 -- Raphael Anton with the US Army, assig...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Community Relations' Richard Rabuck, right, and Jose Saint Louis, right center, helped this Rancho Bernardo family that evacuated to shelter at Qualcomm Stadium when their home was threatened by Southern California wildfires.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Community Relat...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA programs, trigged by the President's declaration of a major disaster for areas affected by Southern California wildfires, were explained to CNN reporter Thelma Gutierrez at Qualcomm Stadium where thousands were evacuated. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA programs, ...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Bashi Yusuf's children enjoy a movie with their father at Qualcomm Stadium where they camped out with thousands of other people driven from their homes by wildfires.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Bashi Yusuf's c...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- The Southern California wildfires missed the home of this Rancho Bernardo woman and her family who evacuated to Qualcomm Stadium and are now "just waiting to get back in." Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- The Southern Ca...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Lee Rosenberg, Task Force Leader at Qualcomm Stadium, explains FEMA programs to CNN reporter Thelma Gutierrez.  The Southern California wildfires, concentrated in San Diego County and the Los Angeles County mountains, generated a major disaster declaration by the President today.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Lee Rosenberg, ...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Lily was fascinated by stilt walkers who entertained at Qualcomm Stadium for people camped out, driven from their homes by Southern California wildfires. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Lily was fascin...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Masks designed to reduce effects of smoke from Southern California wildfires were distributed as well as worn by Sonia and Aaron Brubaker of San Diego and other volunteers at the evacuation center at Qualcomm Stadium. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Masks designed ...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison explains to an MSNBC reporter in a distant studio FEMA programs designed to assist thousands of people who lost homes and businesses to Southern California wildfires. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA Administra...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA Administrator R. David Paulison and Lee Rosenberg, right, Task Force Leader, discuss efforts to bring the Southern California wildfires under control and assistance being provided to thousands of people driven from their homes and evacuated to Qualcomm Stadium. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- FEMA Administra...

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[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Community Relations and Individual Assistance specialist Catherine McCue, left, is working with Janine Spinneit, who with her father, Ron, lost their uninsured trailer homes to a massive wildfire that burned through their area of Portrero. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Wildfires] San Diego, California, October 24, 2007 -- Community Relat...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Union, MO, April 3, 2008 -- Taking information on damaged infrastructure from Franklin County's city and county officials at a Public Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessment meeting is Donald Jordison, PAPDA team lead.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Union, MO, April 3, 2008 -- Taking inform...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 3, 2008 -- The road crossing the Meramac River south of the Bend Road bridge lies submerged under the flooded river. Franklin County officials will be unable to assess the road's condition until the flood water subsides.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 3, 2008 -- The road cr...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 3, 2008 -- The Public Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessment included a survey of a long one-lane bridge spanning a portion of the flooded Meramec River in Franklin County.  Donald Jordison (left), PAPDA team leader, and Fritz Joseph, PA member of the team, were shown the bridge by Bob Dopp (center), Franklin County emergency management director.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 3, 2008 -- The Public ...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Union, MO, April 3, 2008 -- Donald Jordison, Public Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessment team leader, works with Pacific city administrator Harold Selby, left, and Derek Lohner, State Emergency Management Agency planner.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Union, MO, April 3, 2008 -- Donald Jordis...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- Mary Peirson (center) and Doug Parker (left) of the Community Relations team for Franklin County contacted John Bathe, who lives alongside the Meramec River.  Bathe then registered by cell phone.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- Mary ...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- John Bathe registered for state and federal assistance after Mary Peirson of Franklin County's Community Relations team explained assistance programs.  The Meramec River, which flooded the area, is behind them.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- John ...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 11, 2008 -- Planning their Community Relations activities for Franklin County are Mary Peirson and Doug Parker, at the Disaster Recovery Center in Pacific.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Pacific, MO, April 11, 2008 -- Planning t...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- A Community Relations team, Mary Peirson and Doug Parker, met with Kathy Hill, whose home was damaged by the Meramec River when it flooded in March 2008.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Robertsville, MO, April 11, 2008 -- A Com...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Wreckage of a bridal shop and feed store, destroyed by a tornado May 10 that damaged other structures in the area.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Wrecka...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado turned a home in Racine into wreckage May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado destroyed homes in Racine on May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Vehicles were flipped and crushed and roofs were torn off house and other structures by a powerful tornado that tore through the area May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Vehicl...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Cars were destroyed by a powerful tornado that swept through the area May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- Cars w...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado turned a home in Racine into wreckage May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful tornado tossed cars, trucks, and vans into farm fields, along side roads, and in a small business area May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A home in southwest Missouri badly damaged by a powerful tornado that tore through the area May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A home...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado turned a home in Racine into wreckage May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado turned a feed store into a shambles May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powerful late afternoon tornado turned a home in Racine into wreckage May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Racine, Missouri, May 11, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- This home in Newtonia was flattened by the EF4 tornado that damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- This...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- An EF4 tornado cut a swath across southwest Missouri on May 10, badly damaging and destroying dozens of homes in Newtonia.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- An E...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- Sifting through the wreckage of their home, this couple came across treasures.  The house was one of many that were badly damaged or destroyed by a powerful tornado May 10.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- Sift...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Granby, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- A powerful tornado cut a swath 75 miles long May 10, from Oklahoma to Purdy, Missouri, uprooting trees, tossing cars, flattening houses including this home in Granby.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Granby, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- A powe...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- The owner of this repair shop near his home looks for recoverable items.  The structure and his home were destroyed by the powerful tornado that ripped through southwest Missouri May 10. Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Newtonia, Missouri, May 12, 2008 -- The ...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- Betty Geary of Seneca explains her situation, that the May 10 tornado destroyed her uninsured home, garage and farm buildings.  DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff and FEMA Administrator David Paulison meet with Mrs. Geary after touring the devastated area by air from Picher, Oklahoma, and hard-hit areas including Granby and Newtonia, Missouri.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- Betty ...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff and FEMA Administrator David Paulison talk with Betty Geary of Seneca about her experiences with the May 10 tornado.  They are shown the wreckage of her home and other buildings on the widow's farm just west of highway 43 south of Joplin.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- DHS Se...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- FEMA Administrator David Paulison (center) describes what he saw during the aerial and walking tours with DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff (r) at a press conference at Betty Geary's farm in Seneca.  They toured the area from Picher, Oklahoma, to Granby and Newtonia, Missouri.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- FEMA A...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff (c) speaks at a press conference at the Seneca farm of Betty Geary, who lost her home and other buildings to the May 10 tornado.  FEMA Administrator David Paulison(r) took an aerial and walking tour of damaged areas that stretch from Picher, Oklahoma, to Purdy, Missouri.  Michael Raphael/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Seneca, Missouri, May 13, 2008 -- DHS Se...

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Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Raphael Bostic,  hosting visiting delegation led by Linda Tillman, Director, Center for Community Engagement, Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma

Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Raphael Bosti...

Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD Photo Creation Date: 9/24/2009 Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Raphael Bostic, hosting visiting delegation led by Linda Tillman, Director, Center fo... more

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