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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

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

portrait from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

portrait from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Native_American from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Native_American from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Charrúa people from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Charrúa people from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Kosah Kafir from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

Kosah Kafir from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

anthropology from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

anthropology from "[The Natural History of Man; comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies of the different tribes of the human family.]"

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Italy - Italian Red Cross workroom is similar to scores of such industrial centers supported by the Red Cross throughout the peninsular. They have been important agencies in upholding the Italian morale

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Italy - Italian Red Cross workroom is similar to scores of such industrial centers supported by the Red Cross throughout the peninsular. They have been important agencies in upholding the Italian morale

It sustained him--and it supported the war-time agencies that helped him! Victory Fund Campaign--The new era movement of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. / / M. Leone Bracker 1919 ; American Lithographic Co., N.Y.

It sustained him--and it supported the war-time agencies that helped him! Victory Fund Campaign--The new era movement of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. / / M. Leone Bracker 1919 ; American Lithographic Co., N.Y.

Samples of their footwear - showing the need for American shoes in the Greek camp at Salonica established for Greeks brought from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their rewon province of Thrace American relief agencies are doing their best to provide food, clothing and medical aid for the stricken voyagers.

Samples of their footwear - showing the need for American shoes in the Greek camp at Salonica established for Greeks brought from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their rewon province of Thrace American relief agencies are doing their best to provide food, clothing and medical aid for the stricken voyagers.

The bread boy - at the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been brought back from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their country's rewon province of Thrace They have been delayed at Salonica where they landed and their plight has become so bad that the American Red Cross and other relief agencies have stepped in to stem the misery and death.

The bread boy - at the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been brought back from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their country's rewon province of Thrace They have been delayed at Salonica where they landed and their plight has become so bad that the American Red Cross and other relief agencies have stepped in to stem the misery and death.

[Powhatan Hotel, left, and the Hurley-Wright building, right, which housed the Railroad Commission, among other agencies, at the intersection of 18th Street, Pennsylvania Ave., and H. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.]

[Powhatan Hotel, left, and the Hurley-Wright building, right, which housed the Railroad Commission, among other agencies, at the intersection of 18th Street, Pennsylvania Ave., and H. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.]

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

Bridges. Highway bridge near Soddy, Tennessee, where, in cooperation with work relief agencies and the governing body of the county, TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) developed an arm of Chickamauga Lake for recreational uses

Bridges. Highway bridge near Soddy, Tennessee, where, in cooperation with work relief agencies and the governing body of the county, TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) developed an arm of Chickamauga Lake for recreational uses

General planning. In bringing down its overall planning program to actual cases, the Authority works in intimate contact with local political institutions, and county, city, and state planning agencies, most of which owe their existence to TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) instigation. Models, designs, surveys, drafts of ordinances and legislation are developed by TVA technicians to assist in the physical replanning of the valley

General planning. In bringing down its overall planning program to actual cases, the Authority works in intimate contact with local political institutions, and county, city, and state planning agencies, most of which owe their existence to TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) instigation. Models, designs, surveys, drafts of ordinances and legislation are developed by TVA technicians to assist in the physical replanning of the valley

Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children

Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA  (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children

Don't fight cancer alone Ask these agencies for advice [....]

Don't fight cancer alone Ask these agencies for advice [....]

Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,

Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,

Appointed to newly created Department of Agriculture post. Washington, D.C., July 1. Dr. Ralph L. Dewey today assumed his duties as head of the newly created Division of Transportation in the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Dr. Dewey was formerly in charge of Transportation Studies at Ohio State University and has been associated with transportation activities in various government agencies. The new division will administer that section of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 relating to transportation of farm products, 7/1/38

Appointed to newly created Department of Agriculture post. Washington, D.C., July 1. Dr. Ralph L. Dewey today assumed his duties as head of the newly created Division of Transportation in the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Dr. Dewey was formerly in charge of Transportation Studies at Ohio State University and has been associated with transportation activities in various government agencies. The new division will administer that section of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 relating to transportation of farm products, 7/1/38

FAC Head appears before Senate committee. Washington, D.C., March 31 -F.F. Hill, left, Governor of the Senate Banking and Currency Subcommittee which is considering pending bills relating to mortgages held by agencies of the F.C.A. Hill is shown with Chairman Alben W. Barkley of the Committee, and Payton R. Evans, General Counsel of the F.C.A. 3-31-39

FAC Head appears before Senate committee. Washington, D.C., March 31 -F.F. Hill, left, Governor of the Senate Banking and Currency Subcommittee which is considering pending bills relating to mortgages held by agencies of the F.C.A. Hill is shown with Chairman Alben W. Barkley of the Committee, and Payton R. Evans, General Counsel of the F.C.A. 3-31-39

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

"Buy Coal Now" poster. As part of a national campaign urging consumers to buy coal now to help clear the way for heavy war shipments later, the above poster is being sent to railroads, wholesale and retail coal dealers, and various public and private agencies. The poster was prepared by the Consumer Division of the Office of Price Administration (OPA) and the U.S. Bituminous Coal Consumer's Council

"Buy Coal Now" poster. As part of a national campaign urging consumers to buy coal now to help clear the way for heavy war shipments later, the above poster is being sent to railroads, wholesale and retail coal dealers, and various public and private agencies. The poster was prepared by the Consumer Division of the Office of Price Administration (OPA) and the U.S. Bituminous Coal Consumer's Council

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Donald Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, studies the program by which America's farm women plan to help win the war. Graham Patterson, publisher of Farm journal and farmer's wife, national farm magazine, is seen here presenting the "War Platform" which twenty-eight leading farm women, speaking for the rural homemakers of America, drew up in a recent Chicago conference sponsored by this magazine. Several sections of the platform were addressed directly to Mr. Nelson's board and other goverment agencies. It contains thirty-one practical ways in which farm women declare they can help

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Biggest and most immediately useful role for women in the civilian defense program is that of nurse's aide. Training of 100,000 volunteers as nurse's aides is designed by the American Red Cross, working with the Office of Civilian Defense, to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because

Jane Womack models new uniform selected for 100,000 defense volunteers to be trained as nurse's aides by the American Red Cross. The training project, in collaboration with the Office of Civilian Defense, is designed to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because of demand for nurses

Jane Womack models new uniform selected for 100,000 defense volunteers to be trained as nurse's aides by the American Red Cross. The training project, in collaboration with the Office of Civilian Defense, is designed to relieve the acute shortage of nursing service threatening civilian hospitals and health agencies because of demand for nurses

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. Don MacDonald, Washington, D.C. typewriter dealer, affixes a decalcomania on a machine turned in to the government by John Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man. This was one of the first typewriters thus enlisted in the war effort. The decalcomania reads: "Property of U.S. Government - severe penalties for unlawful use"

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. Don MacDonald, Washington, D.C. typewriter dealer, affixes a decalcomania on a machine turned in to the government by John Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man. This was one of the first typewriters thus enlisted in the war effort. The decalcomania reads: "Property of U.S. Government - severe penalties for unlawful use"

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

Young women on the nation's myriad filing lines, plow their efficient way through the miles of additional clerical work which the war has brought to government agencies in Washington and throughout the United States of America

Young women on the nation's myriad filing lines, plow their efficient way through the miles of additional clerical work which the war has brought to government agencies in Washington and throughout the United States of America

Oil burners to machine gun parts. A battery of oil burners ready for shipment. Now undergoing conversion to production of machine gun parts for Uncle Sam's army, this plant has only a small percentage of its equipment still producing oil burners. Those still rolling off the assembly lines are sent primarily to U.S. Army agencies or shipped abroad under lend-lease contracts. Reif-Rexoil Company, Buffalo, New York

Oil burners to machine gun parts. A battery of oil burners ready for shipment. Now undergoing conversion to production of machine gun parts for Uncle Sam's army, this plant has only a small percentage of its equipment still producing oil burners. Those still rolling off the assembly lines are sent primarily to U.S. Army agencies or shipped abroad under lend-lease contracts. Reif-Rexoil Company, Buffalo, New York

Women in war. Summer canning workers. Why tin cans should be saved. To assure adequate civilian supply of canned produce in the future, householders are urged to save their used cans and turn them in to their local collection agencies, which will send them to detinning mills. Reclaimed metals from these plants will go, in part, into more cans for American soldiers and civilians

Women in war. Summer canning workers. Why tin cans should be saved. To assure adequate civilian supply of canned produce in the future, householders are urged to save their used cans and turn them in to their local collection agencies, which will send them to detinning mills. Reclaimed metals from these plants will go, in part, into more cans for American soldiers and civilians

Conservation of durable goods. So-o-o-o big! But still not quite big enough to sell to the junk man or give to the Red Cross, Boy Scouts or other agencies in the neighborhood. Conservation of waste paper will save millions of dollars annually for Uncle Sam. When that pile is broomstick high, they'll be a hundred pounds of essential

Conservation of durable goods. So-o-o-o big! But still not quite big enough to sell to the junk man or give to the Red Cross, Boy Scouts or other agencies in the neighborhood. Conservation of waste paper will save millions of dollars annually for Uncle Sam. When that pile is broomstick high, they'll be a hundred pounds of essential

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. John K. Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man, turns in one of his typewriters to the government. This is one of the first machines thus enlisted in the war effort

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. John K. Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man, turns in one of his typewriters to the government. This is one of the first machines thus enlisted in the war effort

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. This shows the first meeting of the newly formed War Production Board Sugar Policy Committee. The committee consists of representatives of light government agencies concerned with the sugar problem. The committee was formed to exchange information and to recommend and formulate programs for the correlation of the activities of the various agencies concerned with the sugar problem. A. E. Bowman, Chief of the War Production Board Sugar Section is Committee Chairman. He is seated in the center. Other members are from left to right: Philip Nichols, War Production Board attorney, who is secretary of the Committee; J. E. Brunner, War Shipping Administration; F. H. Rawls, U.S. Department of Commerce; J. H. Westing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); S. H. Sabin, Defense Supplies Corp.; Guy J. Swope, Department of the Interior; L. Duggan, State Department; and Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, Department of Agriculture

Inventory at war production clinic, San Francisco, California, reveals over 3,000 items on display needed by government agencies and prime contractors. Pictured here is a U.S. Army assault boat wanted by Army engineers. Marion Bauman and Florence Carr aid Ray Hawksley, exhibit manager, with inventory

Inventory at war production clinic, San Francisco, California, reveals over 3,000 items on display needed by government agencies and prime contractors. Pictured here is a U.S. Army assault boat wanted by Army engineers. Marion Bauman and Florence Carr aid Ray Hawksley, exhibit manager, with inventory

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. John K. Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man, turns a machine over to Don MacDonald, Washington, D.C. typewriter dealer, who accepts it on behalf of the government at the fixed rate. This is one of the first typewriters thus enlisted in the war effort

Conservation. Used typewriter campaign. The War Production Board (WPB) has launched a campaign to secure 600,000 used typewriters from business firms and private individuals. These machines are needed by the Army, Navy, Maritime Commission, Board of Economic Warfare, Lend-Lease and other government departments and agencies. John K. Stockham, Washington, D.C. insurance man, turns a machine over to Don MacDonald, Washington, D.C. typewriter dealer, who accepts it on behalf of the government at the fixed rate. This is one of the first typewriters thus enlisted in the war effort

Office of War Information poster (OWI). Poster distributed by the OWI to manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, banks, liquor stores, taprooms, hotels, bars, beauty parlors, barber shops, war plants, American Legion posts, railways, bus and airline terminals, and government agencies. The original is 26 inches by 13 3/4 inches and is printed in red and black on white. Copies may be obtained from the Bureau of Public Inquiry, Office of War Information, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Office of War Information poster (OWI). Poster distributed by the OWI to manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, banks, liquor stores, taprooms, hotels, bars, beauty parlors, barber shops, war plants, American Legion posts, railways, bus and airline terminals, and government agencies. The original is 26 inches by 13 3/4 inches and is printed in red and black on white. Copies may be obtained from the Bureau of Public Inquiry, Office of War Information, 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Office of War Information News Bureau. Like a busy city desk, the domestic news desk concentrates on getting releases out to meet deadlines of its press room's seventy-five to one hundred correspondents. After they reach the Office of War Imformation, each of the fifty or more daily releases are passed on to Jack Durham by Hy Aronstam, news desk chief, standing at phone. Durham sees that releases agree with policies of all government agencies involved, prevents contradictory statements from going out. Pipe-lighting Joe Polakoff copy reads and edits releases

Office of War Information News Bureau. Like a busy city desk, the domestic news desk concentrates on getting releases out to meet deadlines of its press room's seventy-five to one hundred correspondents. After they reach the Office of War Imformation, each of the fifty or more daily releases are passed on to Jack Durham by Hy Aronstam, news desk chief, standing at phone. Durham sees that releases agree with policies of all government agencies involved, prevents contradictory statements from going out. Pipe-lighting Joe Polakoff copy reads and edits releases

Office of War Information news bureau. Besides supplying war news from all government agencies to 240 Negro papers each week, Ted Poston, editor of the OWI's Negro desk in Washington, selects picture sequences of special interest to the Negro press. He is shown working with photographer Roger Smith and assistant William Clark, and Harriette Easterlin

Office of War Information news bureau. Besides supplying war news from all government agencies to 240 Negro papers each week, Ted Poston, editor of the OWI's Negro desk in Washington, selects picture sequences of special interest to the Negro press. He is shown working with photographer Roger Smith and assistant William Clark, and Harriette Easterlin

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration training center, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Dr. Frank Munk, director of the school, addressing a class. Dr. Munk is one of the two permanent faculty members of the school. Other instructors are secured from various governmental agencies in Washington, and include both civilian and military authorities

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration training center, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Dr. Frank Munk, director of the school, addressing a class. Dr. Munk is one of the two permanent faculty members of the school. Other instructors are secured from various governmental agencies in Washington, and include both civilian and military authorities

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Presidential Citation to Kenneth K. Lawshe of the Office of the Federal Register, Executive Agencies Division

Photograph of Dr. Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, Presenting a Presidential Citation to Kenneth K. Lawshe of the Office of the Federal Register, Executive Agencies Division

DIRECTORS FROM VARIOUS STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES AT CZCS WORKSHOP

DIRECTORS FROM VARIOUS STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES AT CZCS WORKSHOP

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- Jane Cage, chair of the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team (CART), talks about the importance of community resiliency during the city's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony after receiving the first national presentation of the Rick Rescorla National Award for Resiliency from U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. FEMA recovery specialists helped organize the citizen-based group that Cage has led for nearly 2 years. CART has continuously helped citizens explore ways to re-imagine and recover tornado-impacted areas and works closely with local officials, governmental and non-governmental agencies and long-term recovery planners. Seated in background: Joplin City Manager Mark Rohr, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. Barb Sturner/FEMA

Joplin, Mo., May 22, 2013 -- Jane Cage, chair of the Joplin Area Citizens Advisory Recovery Team (CART), talks about the importance of community resiliency during the city's 2-year tornado anniversary ceremony after receiving the first national presentation of the Rick Rescorla National Award for Resiliency from U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.  FEMA recovery specialists helped organize the citizen-based group that Cage has led for nearly 2 years. CART has continuously helped citizens explore ways to re-imagine and recover tornado-impacted areas and works closely with local officials, governmental and non-governmental agencies and long-term recovery planners. Seated in background: Joplin City Manager Mark Rohr, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano.  Barb Sturner/FEMA

An aerial view (looking east) of the Aeropropulsion System Test Facility under construction at the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC). The facility is designed to test future jet aircraft engine systems for the military services engine systems for the military services and other federal agencies. The AEDC is one of the world's largest jet propulsion testing facilities

An aerial view (looking east) of the Aeropropulsion System Test Facility under construction at the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC). The facility is designed to test future jet aircraft engine systems for the military services engine systems for the military services and other federal agencies. The AEDC is one of the world's largest jet propulsion testing facilities

An aerial view (looking west) of the Aeropropulsion System Test Facility under construction at the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC). The facility is designed to test future jet aircraft engine systems for the military services engine systems for the military services and other federal agencies. The AEDC is one of the world's largest jet propulsion testing facilities

An aerial view (looking west) of the Aeropropulsion System Test Facility under construction at the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC). The facility is designed to test future jet aircraft engine systems for the military services engine systems for the military services and other federal agencies. The AEDC is one of the world's largest jet propulsion testing facilities

A dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy waits to take a dog for a visit to the veterinarian. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy waits to take a dog for a visit to the veterinarian. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog is restrained by its handler during attack training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog is restrained by its handler during attack training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A German shepherd attacks on command during patrol dog training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A German shepherd attacks on command during patrol dog training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy attaches a leash to a dog undergoing drug and explosives detection training. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy attaches a leash to a dog undergoing drug and explosives detection training. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog and its handler search a van for drugs or explosives during a training exercise. The dog is being trained by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, which trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog and its handler search a van for drugs or explosives during a training exercise. The dog is being trained by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, which trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog being trained for patrol duty stands guard while dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy conducts a simulated search. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog being trained for patrol duty stands guard while dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy conducts a simulated search. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog sniffs at the door of a dormitory where samples have been placed during drug detection training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A dog sniffs at the door of a dormitory where samples have been placed during drug detection training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Dog handlers from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy train a dog to bite. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Dog handlers from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy train a dog to bite. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog is trained to bite by a dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog is trained to bite by a dog handler from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy. The airman's arm is protected by an attack sleeve. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Mister, a patrol dog undergoing drug detection training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, waits for the next command from his handler. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Mister, a patrol dog undergoing drug detection training by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, waits for the next command from his handler. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Dog handlers from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy train a German shepherd to respond to the attack command. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Dog handlers from the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy train a German shepherd to respond to the attack command. The 3282nd trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A cargo pallet loaded with humanitarian aid transported by the 14th Military Airlift Squadron is unloaded from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The supplies were donated to Hondurans from private relief agencies in the United States

A cargo pallet loaded with humanitarian aid transported by the 14th Military Airlift Squadron is unloaded from a C-141B Starlifter aircraft.  The supplies were donated to Hondurans from private relief agencies in the United States

A cargo trailer loaded with pallets containing humanitarian assistance supplies is unloaded from a C141B Starlifter aircraft from the 14th Military Airlift Squadron. The supplies were donated to Hondurans by private relief agencies in the United States

A cargo trailer loaded with pallets containing humanitarian assistance supplies is unloaded from a C141B Starlifter aircraft from the 14th Military Airlift Squadron.  The supplies were donated to Hondurans by private relief agencies in the United States

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Curtis K. Maloy, 14th Military Airlift Squadron, examines his flight plan from the cockpit of a C141B Starlifter aircraft while en route to Honduras. The aircraft is carrying humanitarian assistance supplies donated by private relief agencies in the United States

Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Curtis K. Maloy, 14th Military Airlift Squadron, examines his flight plan from the cockpit of a C141B Starlifter aircraft while en route to Honduras.  The aircraft is carrying humanitarian assistance supplies donated by private relief agencies in the United States

Sergeant (SGT) Gerald W. Kadolph, 14th Military Airlift Squadron, works at his station aboard a C141B Starlifter aircraft en route to Honduras. The aircraft is carrying humanitarian assistance supplies donated by private relief agencies in the United States

Sergeant (SGT) Gerald W. Kadolph, 14th Military Airlift Squadron, works at his station aboard a C141B Starlifter aircraft en route to Honduras.  The aircraft is carrying humanitarian assistance supplies donated by private relief agencies in the United States

Medical equipment and other supplies are unloaded from a 14th Military Airlift Squadron C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The humanitarian assistance supplies were donated by private relief agencies in the United States

Medical equipment and other supplies are unloaded from a 14th Military Airlift Squadron C-141B Starlifter aircraft.  The humanitarian assistance supplies were donated by private relief agencies in the United States

One of the humanitarian aid packages airlifted by the 14th Military Airlift Squadron from the United States. The supplies were donated to Hondurans from private relief agencies in the United States

One of the humanitarian aid packages airlifted by the 14th Military Airlift Squadron from the United States.  The supplies were donated to Hondurans from private relief agencies in the United States

A cargo trailer loaded with pallets containing humanitarian assistance supplies is unloaded from a C141B Starlifter aircraft from the 14th Military Airlift Squadron. The supplies were donated to Hondurans by private relief agencies in the United States

A cargo trailer loaded with pallets containing humanitarian assistance supplies is unloaded from a C141B Starlifter aircraft from the 14th Military Airlift Squadron.  The supplies were donated to Hondurans by private relief agencies in the United States

SENIOR AIRMAN Robin Geary studies a photograph transmitted by a weather satellite. Geary is one of over 700 staff members working at Air Force Global Weather Central, the western world's largest meteorological computing facility. Global not only provides weather information for the U.S. military, but also exchanges information with other national and international agencies

SENIOR AIRMAN Robin Geary studies a photograph transmitted by a weather satellite. Geary is one of over 700 staff members working at Air Force Global Weather Central, the western world's largest meteorological computing facility. Global not only provides weather information for the U.S. military, but also exchanges information with other national and international agencies

A view of the interior of an autoclave used primarily for the fabrication of composite structural assemblies. The autoclave is used to support the programs of the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories (AFWAL) and other agencies

A view of the interior of an autoclave used primarily for the fabrication of composite structural assemblies. The autoclave is used to support the programs of the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories (AFWAL) and other agencies

A view of the interior of an autoclave used primarily for the fabrication of composite structural assemblies. The autoclave is used to support the programs of the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories (AFWAL) and other agencies

A view of the interior of an autoclave used primarily for the fabrication of composite structural assemblies. The autoclave is used to support the programs of the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories (AFWAL) and other agencies

SSGT Michael Thompson observes a storm system on a monitor as he develops software to track severe weather. Thompson is one of over 700 staff members working at Air Force Global Weather Central, the western world's largest meteorological computing facility. Global not only provides weather information for the U.S. military, but also exchanges information with other national and international agencies

SSGT Michael Thompson observes a storm system on a monitor as he develops software to track severe weather. Thompson is one of over 700 staff members working at Air Force Global Weather Central, the western world's largest meteorological computing facility. Global not only provides weather information for the U.S. military, but also exchanges information with other national and international agencies

A patrol dog and its handler search a vehicle for drugs or explosives during a training exercise. The dog is being trained by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, which trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

A patrol dog and its handler search a vehicle for drugs or explosives during a training exercise. The dog is being trained by the 3282nd Technical Training Squadron of the Air Force Security Police Academy, which trains patrol, drug detection, and explosives detection dogs for all the military services and other government agencies

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break under a tree at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break under a tree at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break in the shade of their truck at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break in the shade of their truck at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

Firefighters from the Vandenburg Air Force Base fire department, known as the "Hot Shots," take a break at a staging area near Dos Pueblos High School. The firefighters are joining units from state and local agencies in battling the brush fires that are sweeping through the area

A surveillance operator at the Southern Regional Operations Center spends a shift at a radar scope looking for drug traffickers in the air. The operator belongs to the 630th Radar Squadron which gives aircraft detection and monitoring capabilities to U.S. and host nation agencies in Central and South America

A surveillance operator at the Southern Regional Operations Center spends a shift at a radar scope looking for drug traffickers in the air. The operator belongs to the 630th Radar Squadron which gives aircraft detection and monitoring capabilities to U.S. and host nation agencies in Central and South America

Somali men unload sacks of grain from the back of a commerical truck at a feeding center, run by CARE, in Mogadishu, Somalia. This was in effort to flood the streets of Mogadishu with food, and thus weaken the city's bandits. The non-governmental agencies, coalition forces and new Somali police force did a mass food distribution in the Somali capital. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Somali men unload sacks of grain from the back of a commerical truck at a feeding center, run by CARE, in Mogadishu, Somalia. This was in effort to flood the streets of Mogadishu with food, and thus weaken the city's bandits. The non-governmental agencies, coalition forces and new Somali police force did a mass food distribution in the Somali capital. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

Intelligence and operations personnel from the Joint Task Force Four concentrate on their computer screens. The Joint Task Four controls sea, land and air resources providing law enforcement agencies with drug trafficking detection and monitoring capabilities in the Caribbean and eastern pacific

Intelligence and operations personnel from the Joint Task Force Four concentrate on their computer screens. The Joint Task Four controls sea, land and air resources providing law enforcement agencies with drug trafficking detection and monitoring capabilities in the Caribbean and eastern pacific

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) had nine Thor boosters in storage at Carlsbad, CA awaiting disposition. The NRL had the USMC move the boosters to Camp Pendleton for shipment to other agencies. Vandenberg AFB will receive two: a Thor IRBM and a Thor SLV-2A. The Air Force, Vandenberg and Thor missile booster are definitive links to the original Space Age and nearly 17,000 launches here. The Thors will be used for educational and historical purposes. A caravan arrives at the Vandenberg AFB main gate carrying the Thor static display

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) had nine Thor boosters in storage at Carlsbad, CA awaiting disposition. The NRL had the USMC move the boosters to Camp Pendleton for shipment to other agencies. Vandenberg AFB will receive two: a Thor IRBM and a Thor SLV-2A. The Air Force, Vandenberg and Thor missile booster are definitive links to the original Space Age and nearly 17,000 launches here. The Thors will be used for educational and historical purposes. A caravan arrives at the Vandenberg AFB main gate carrying the Thor static display

Beale Air Force Base, California's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by US Electricar. According to Tom Johnson (not shown), program coordinator, the US government has mandated that70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

Beale Air Force Base, California's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by US Electricar. According to Tom Johnson (not shown), program coordinator, the US government has mandated that70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

US Air Force Colonel James Donley, Commander, 9th Support Group, Beale Air Force Base, California, and Tom Johnson, 9th Services Squadron, hold the keys to Beale's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by US Electricar. According to Johnson, the program coordinator, the US government has mandated that 70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

US Air Force Colonel James Donley, Commander, 9th Support Group, Beale Air Force Base, California, and Tom Johnson, 9th Services Squadron, hold the keys to Beale's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by US Electricar. According to Johnson, the program coordinator, the US government has mandated that 70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

Shot of the engine of Beale Air Force Base, California's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by U.S. Electricar. According to Tom Johnson (not shown), program coordinator, the US government has mandated that70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

Shot of the engine of Beale Air Force Base, California's first alternatively fueled vehicle built by U.S. Electricar. According to Tom Johnson (not shown), program coordinator, the US government has mandated that70 percent of all vehicles use by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

COL. James Donley, 9th Support Group commander, and Tom Johnson, 9th Services Squadron, received the keys to Beale's first alternatively fueled vehicle. The small pick-up truck motor was built by U.S. Electricar. According to Tom Johnson, the program coordinator, the U.S. government has mandated that 70 percent of all vehicles used by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

COL. James Donley, 9th Support Group commander, and Tom Johnson, 9th Services Squadron, received the keys to Beale's first alternatively fueled vehicle. The small pick-up truck motor was built by U.S. Electricar. According to Tom Johnson, the program coordinator, the U.S. government has mandated that 70 percent of all vehicles used by agencies be alternatively fueled vehicles

Weather forecaster, STAFF SGT. Tom Cardinal of Det. 2, 617th Weather Squadron, Hanau, Germany, prepares an electronic weather bulletin for The Tuzla, Bosnia area. Using a secure data line STAFF SGT. Cardinal will notify all flying units in the Tuzla area to brief pilots before flying the day's mission. The bulletins will also go to Offutt AFB, Nebraska for use by all Air Force agencies world wide. STAFF SGT. Cardinal is serving temporary duty at Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia, in support of Operation Joint Endeavor. The base and personnel assigned are part of the Implementation Force (IFOR) mission. The IFOR mission is to ensure that the former warring nations of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and ...

Weather forecaster, STAFF SGT. Tom Cardinal of Det. 2, 617th Weather Squadron, Hanau, Germany, prepares an electronic weather bulletin for The Tuzla, Bosnia area. Using a secure data line STAFF SGT. Cardinal will notify all flying units in the Tuzla area to brief pilots before flying the day's mission. The bulletins will also go to Offutt AFB, Nebraska for use by all Air Force agencies world wide. STAFF SGT. Cardinal is serving temporary duty at Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia, in support of Operation Joint Endeavor. The base and personnel assigned are part of the Implementation Force (IFOR) mission. The IFOR mission is to ensure that the former warring nations of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and ...

US Navy Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Cordell greets the first group of Kurdish children arriving on board Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, during evacuation of refugees from Northern Iraq. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

US Navy Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Cordell greets the first group of Kurdish children arriving on board Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, during evacuation of refugees from Northern Iraq. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

A Kurdish boy waits with his mother during immigration processing at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from southern Turkey. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,700 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

A Kurdish boy waits with his mother during immigration processing at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from southern Turkey. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,700 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish children excitedly look through toys upon their arrival at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from Turkey. The toys were provided for the children through donations by the Salvation Army Guam Corps, the American Red Cross, the Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society, various religious charities and military and civilian private donors. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they...

Kurdish children excitedly look through toys upon their arrival at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from Turkey. The toys were provided for the children through donations by the Salvation Army Guam Corps, the American Red Cross, the Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society, various religious charities and military and civilian private donors. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they...

A Kurdish boy holds a bag of toys given to him upon arrival at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from southern Turkey. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

A Kurdish boy holds a bag of toys given to him upon arrival at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, following an almost 17 hour flight from southern Turkey. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish children proudly show off some of their new founded American friends. Toys have been generously donated from numerous organization affiliated with military bases and civilian programs in Guam. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish children proudly show off some of their new founded American friends. Toys have been generously donated from numerous organization affiliated with military bases and civilian programs in Guam. Operation PACIFIC HAVEN represents a series of airlifts designed to provide sanctuary for some 2,400 refugees fleeing Iraq. Many are considered traitors by the Iraqi Government for working with the CIA-funded Iraqi National Congress and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish evacuees relax outside a family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish evacuees relax outside a family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Street cleaners roll down the road of the family housing complex used as temporary lodging for Kurish evacuees at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Street cleaners roll down the road of the family housing complex used as temporary lodging for Kurish evacuees at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish evacuees relax outside a family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish evacuees relax outside a family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is measured by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler as the infant's grandmother keeps an eye on the procedure. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies...

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is measured by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler as the infant's grandmother keeps an eye on the procedure. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies...

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is given a basic pediatric examination by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at ...

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is given a basic pediatric examination by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at ...

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is examined by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler as the infant's grandmother keeps an eye on the procedure. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies...

The first Kurdish evacuee to become an American due to her birth on US soil at Naval Hospital Guam is examined by US Navy Lieutenant Joyce Siler as the infant's grandmother keeps an eye on the procedure. The 8 lb. 13 oz. girl was named Helan, which means "leaving" in arabic. Helan will avoid the immigration processing required for the other Kurdish evacuees of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN currently being housed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies...

A Kurdish woman relaxes outside a family housing complex used as her temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of over 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

A Kurdish woman relaxes outside a family housing complex used as her temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of over 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Aerial shot of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, which is serving as temporary lodging for Kurdish evacuees (not shown) from northern Iraq during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Aerial shot of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, which is serving as temporary lodging for Kurdish evacuees (not shown) from northern Iraq during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Army Military Police and Air Force Security Police combine to provide random checkpoints throughout Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Army Military Police and Air Force Security Police combine to provide random checkpoints throughout Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish children play at a playground near the family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of over 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

Kurdish children play at a playground near the family housing complex used as their temporary lodging at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, during Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of over 2,400 Kurds from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

US Air Force AIRMAN Michelle L. Sonier from the Security Police Squadron, 36th Air Base Wing, takes a break during guard duty at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, as part of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds (not shown) from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States

US Air Force AIRMAN Michelle L. Sonier from the Security Police Squadron, 36th Air Base Wing, takes a break during guard duty at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, as part of Operation PACIFIC HAVEN. The operation, a joint humanitarian effort conducted by the US military, entails the evacuation of approximately 2,400 Kurds (not shown) from northern Iraq to avoid retaliation from Iraq for working with the US government and international humanitarian agencies. The Kurds will be housed at Andersen AFB, while they go through the immigration process for residence in the United States