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Power house of Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.

Sunset, East Gulfport Beach, Miss.

[N.O. (New Orleans?) naval supply yard, Gulfport, Mississippi]

[Power house of Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.]

[Gulf & Ship Island Railroad Company office, Gulfport, Miss.]

Power house of Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.

Steamer loading resin, Gulfport, Miss.

Loading lumber steamer, Gulfport, Miss.

[Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.]

Loading lumber steamer, Gulfport, Miss.

The harbor, Gulfport, Miss

Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.

Court House, Gulfport, Miss.

[Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport, Miss.]

Seebees participate in the annual

Construction Electrician 1st Class Eric Truemper from St. Louis, Mo., attends the Advanced Construction Electrician course at the Naval Construction Training Center in Gulfport, Miss.

Construction Electrician 2nd Class Ray Thomas is attending the Advanced Construction Electrician course of instruction at the Naval Construction Training Center

Constructionman Dustin Sams, a student at the Seabee Steelworker school at the Naval Construction Training Center, uses a 90 degree elbow to bend sheet metal used typically in manufacturing duct work.

Utilityman 1st Class Norman Laster, an instructor at Seabee Advanced Utility school at the Naval Construction Training Center sets discrepancies into a heat pack boiler for his students to find during a troubleshooting exercise

Equipment Operator 2nd Class Jason Knifley from Mattoon, Ill., operates a 40-ton crawler crane at the Naval Construction Training Center

Seabee Equipment Operators drive the Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) through the training course at the Naval Construction Training Center.

Constructionman Wilson Shirley from Lynchstation, Va., a student at the Seabee Naval Construction Training Center.

Constructionman Wilson Shirley from Lynchstation, Va., a student at the Seabee Naval Construction Training Center.

Builder 3rd Class Eamon Leighty assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1)

Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), load chainsaws and other supplies onto a truck headed to Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Fla.

Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), start their equipment convoy from Construction Battalion Center Gulfport with supplies headed to Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola.

Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), conduct tactical training with the M-16 Assault Rifle at Camp Shelby, Gulfport, Miss.

Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) conduct tear gas attack training during field exercise Operation Gulf Mist.

U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Akeba Lawrence enters photo caption information on a battery-powered laptop computer during a 22nd Air Refueling Wing Operational Readiness Inspection at the Combined Readiness Training Center, Gulfport Miss., on Jan. 27, 2005. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Michael Boquette) (Released)

U.S. Navy Seabees set up a barrier to retain loose topsoil in preparation of the arrival of Hurricane Dennis on board Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport.

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Terry Scott speaks to more than 60 chief petty officer selectees from Gulfport and Pascagoula, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees from Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, Miss., discuss the necessary actions needed to removed debris left by Hurricane Katrina from U.S. Highway 90 in Gulfport.

U.S. Navy Seabees walk carrying chainsaws and gasoline to the next set of tree limbs blocking the roadway in Gulf, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees from Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, Miss., remove debris left by Hurricane Katrina on U.S. Highway 90 in Gulfport.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Equipment Operator 1st Class Eric Koppel uses a chainsaw to remove tree limbs in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees vehicles from Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, Miss., form a convoy along U.S. Highway 90 in Gulfport, Miss., as they prepare to remove debris.

A U.S. Navy Seabee uses a chainsaw to remove fallen trees in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees use chainsaws to remove fallen trees in Gulfport, Miss.

The family housing area on board Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, Miss., shows considerable damage from Hurricane Katrina.

A U.S. Navy Seabee uses a track hoe to remove debris from Hurricane Katrina near the marina on board on board Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, Miss.

A U.S. Navy Seabee uses a bulldozer to remove debris from Hurricane Katrina on board on board Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, Miss.

The family housing area on board Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, Miss., shows damage from Hurricane Katrina.

A giant Seabee statue lays in a parking lot after being blown over by Hurricane Katrina on board Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, Miss.

Chief Steel Worker Philip Pawlowski, right, assigned to Seabee Readiness Group (SRG) gives an update on current conditions to the military dependents and civilian workers at Naval Construction Battalion Center.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Constructionman Seaman Michael Jackson, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), Alpha Company, fills a portable potable water tank for the South Mississippi Kidney Center in North Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Construction Mechanic 1st Class Jesus Reyna, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), takes time to eat lunch with his family.

A Sailor assigned to Naval Construction Battalion Center, Miss., provides security for the military dependents and civilian workers in an equipment warehouse.

Sailors assigned to Naval Construction Training Center, Miss., transfer relief supplies for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in an equipment warehouse at the Naval Construction Battalion Center.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Construction Mechanic 1st Class Jesus Reyna, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), takes time to eat lunch with his daughter.

Front view of the Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport Commissary showing the extent of the damage from Hurricane Katrina.

A U.S. Navy Seabee assigned to Navy Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) help clear damage from Hurricane Katrina in the Gulfport area.

U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Navy Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) help clear trees downed by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulfport area.

A U.S. Navy Seabee assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), loads spoiled goods from the Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport Commissary into a front-end loader.

A U.S. Navy Seabee assigned to Navy Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) help clear trees downed by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulfport area.

U.S. Navy Seabees, Steelworker Terry McCormack and Steelworker Michael Delafuente, both assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), remove debris at the Jones Park in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), remove debris at the Gulfport Harbor.

U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), remove debris at the Jones Park in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), prepare to remove debris left behind from Hurricane Katrina at the Gulfport Harbor in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees observe first hand the devastation from Hurricane Katrina as they travel along Route 90 in Gulfport, Miss.

Hurricane Katrina storm damage to Gulfport, Miss., acquarium.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen thanks Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, for their hard work in support of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen lead a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a temporary base commissary.

U.S. Navy Seabees stationed in Gulfport, Miss., help load food and water into cars with the help of Dutch and Mexican Sailors.

President George W. Bush speaks to U.S. Navy Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) and marines from the Federal Republic of Mexico, on their clean up efforts.

President George W. Bush waves to U.S. Navy Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), during his recent visit to the 28 Street Elementary School in Biloxi, Miss.

A Dutch Sailor loads a box of water as part of the voluntary efforts to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina at the First Baptist Church in Biloxi.

President George W. Bush conveys his gratitude to U.S. Navy Chief Builder Dan Walker his Seabees are accomplishing during the clean up of 28 Street Elementary School in Gulfport, Miss.

President George W. Bush conveys his gratitude to a marine from the Federal Republic of Mexico, on their clean up efforts.

U.S. Navy Seabees, Mexican Marines and Dutch Sailors load food and water in a car at a Red Cross distribution point in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees, Royal Dutch Sailors, and Marines from Mexico load food and water into cars at a Red Cross distribution center in D'Iberville, Miss.

U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Sam Werschky, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), describes to President George W. Bush his Seabee�s clean-up efforts at 28 Street Elementary School in Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Seabees with Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202, work with Canadian Sailors and other Sailors assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LSD 5) to clean up the compound at Gulfport, Miss.

U.S. Navy Builder 3rd Class Christopher Grisham, foreground, and Builder 3rd Class John Zolovick, both assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), perform maintenance on chainsaws.

U.S. Navy Equipment Operator 2nd Class Alonzo Marshall, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), removes downed trees at Flint Creek Water Park.

U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1), removes downed trees at Flint Creek Water Park using a front-end loader.

Dolphins placed in a temporary saltwater pool facility at the Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport.

Rescued dolphins placed in a temporary saltwater pool facility at the Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport.

Four dolphins are being placed in a temporary saltwater pool facility at the Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport.

An Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin displaced when hurricane Katrina is carefully placed in a temporary saltwater pool facility at the Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport.

A Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport facility is currently the temporary home for four displaced Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins.

Four of the eight Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins, displaced following Hurricane Katrina, were found and brought to safety at Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport.

Four dolphins were rescued and brought to NCBC Gulfport.

Deputy of Commander Naval Region Southeast, Capt. William Loeffler, is interviewed about Task Force Navy Family (TFNF) by a Navy Journalist from the Naval Media Center.

U.S. Navy Ens. Robert Seltzer, a reserve Supply Corps Officer temporarily assigned to Task Force Navy Family, inspects one of the temporary homes for Navy family members displaced when Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast region Aug. 29.

[Hurricane Katrina] Gulfport, Ms., October 4, 2005 -- Giant rolls of fabric and other debris along gulf coast Highway I-90 as a result of winds and tidal surge from Hurrican Katrina. Large areas of debris litter this area near the port of Gulfport, Mississippi. John Fleck/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Gulfport, Miss., October 4, 2005 -- A lone telescope remains on the beach in Gulfport, Miss. Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the Mississippi gulf coast. FEMA/Mark Wolfe

Capt. Michael Warner, shows donated goods to Commander, Task Force Navy Family, Rear Adm. Robert O. Passmore and Deputy Commander, Task Force Navy Family, Ms. Debra J. Edmond.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Construction Mechanic 3rd Class Kevin Bourque, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) and his family are moving into a trailer.

U.S. Navy Seabee, Yeoman 3rd Class Miguel Santigo, center, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One Three Three (NMCB-133), receives a moving-in brief.

Forty-three Gulf Coast Navy families towed 32-foot travel trailers this week from Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport to their hurricane-damaged home sites.

Active duty personnel carry bags of food and toiletries given to them by the Navy Exchange.

U.S. Navy Instructors assigned to Naval Construction Training Center (NCTC) Gulfport, build a ramp that will provide easy entry into a travel trailer for a retired Navy Seabee.

A U.S. Navy Instructor assigned to Naval Construction Training Center (NCTC) Gulfport, prepares to measure a piece of lumber.

Navy Exchange (NEX) employees hand out free pre-paid cell phones with 70 minutes of talk time.

Chief Alan Reling, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven (NMCB-7), speaks with representatives Lynn Spencer and Michelle Hauptmann at a job fair.

[Hurricane Katrina] Gulfport, MS., December 3, 2005 - New signs are dotting the beaches of the MS Gulf Coast warning people not to go on to the beach. Local officials are waiting for toxicology reports from Federal sources before deciding if it is safe for people to walk on the beach. Patsy Lynch/FEMA

A U.S. Navy Seabee dependent takes a picture of First Lady Laura Bush and Santa Claus, during a visit to Construction Battalion Center (CBC) in Gulfport.

New fathers assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven Four (NMCB-74) receives flowers as they return home from a six-month deployment to Okinawa, Japan.

First Lady Laura Bush assists a young boy in finishing a letter to his deployed parent at the Construction Battalion Center (CBC) in Gulfport, Miss.

Constructionman Electrician Chris Wagner assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One (NMCB-1) aids in finishing concrete.