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Mayor A. W. Shackleford Shocked By Microphones

Mayor A. W. Shackleford Shocked By Microphones

Honorable Mention, Combat Camera Category, 1ST Runner-up Portfolio entry, 1996 Military Photographer of the Year Competition. Title: Down in Smoke. During field training at Camp Fuji, Japan, US Army Specialists (SPCs) Jonathin Carol and Albert Hernandez from Camp Zawa crawl under simulated barbed wire as smoke representing poison gas envelopes them, Tuesday, August 13, 1996

Honorable Mention, Combat Camera Category, 1ST Runner-up Portfolio entry, 1996 Military Photographer of the Year Competition. Title: Down in Smoke. During field training at Camp Fuji, Japan, US Army Specialists (SPCs) Jonathin Carol and Albert Hernandez from Camp Zawa crawl under simulated barbed wire as smoke representing poison gas envelopes them, Tuesday, August 13, 1996

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The winning students of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. and Marc Doyle, Dupont's global marketing and product director. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2211

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The winning students of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. and Marc Doyle, Dupont's global marketing and product director. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2211

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The winning students and their teachers of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are sponsoring teacher Angela Weeks and Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas sponsoring teacher Elaine Gillum and Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman and sponsoring teacher Jennifer Gordinier of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen and sponsoring teacher Nga Ngo of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2212

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -  The winning students and their teachers of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are sponsoring teacher Angela Weeks and Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas sponsoring teacher Elaine Gillum and Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman and sponsoring teacher Jennifer Gordinier of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen and sponsoring teacher Nga Ngo of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2212

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The winning students and their teachers of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are, Kelvin Manning, the center's associate deputy director sponsoring teacher Angela Weeks and Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas sponsoring teacher Elaine Gillum and Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman and sponsoring teacher Jennifer Gordinier of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen and sponsoring teacher Nga Ngo of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2213

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The winning students and their teachers of the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition show off their awards after a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. From left are, Kelvin Manning, the center's associate deputy director sponsoring teacher Angela Weeks and Junior Division first runner-up Gaurav Garg of Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas sponsoring teacher Elaine Gillum and Senior Division grand prize winner Jacob Yoshitake of Marshall Middle School in San Diego, Calif. Senior Division first runner-up Laura Herman and sponsoring teacher Jennifer Gordinier of Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Senior Division grand prize awardee Hugo Yen and sponsoring teacher Nga Ngo of Troy High in Fullerton, Calif. The challenge, now in its 27th year, reaches out to students from grades seven through 12 from all 50 states and Canada. More than 200,000 students entered the competition. The DuPont Challenge aims to inspire students to excel and achieve in scientific writing and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM. The challenge honors space shuttle Challenger's STS-51L crew members who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. For more information on the challenge, go to http://thechallenge.dupont.com/sponsors/nasa.php. KSC-2013-2213

Cup champion award.

Cup champion award.

Medal silver award.

Medal silver award.

Medals winner runner-up.

Medals winner runner-up.

Winner and runner up in Treasury shoot. Washington, D.C., Aug 10. Averaging 298 out of a possible 300 bullseyes, L.E. Echols, (right) Customs Inspector at San Juan Puerto Rico, today won the Secretary's individual match in competition with marksmen from other agencies in the Treasury Department. On the left is A.L. Meloche, Alcohol Tax Unit; the runner-up with 297 out of a possible 300, 8/10/37

Winner and runner up in Treasury shoot. Washington, D.C., Aug 10. Averaging 298 out of a possible 300 bullseyes, L.E. Echols, (right) Customs Inspector at San Juan Puerto Rico, today won the Secretary's individual match in competition with marksmen from other agencies in the Treasury Department. On the left is A.L. Meloche, Alcohol Tax Unit; the runner-up with 297 out of a possible 300, 8/10/37

The lady dunks. Washington, D.C., May 3. Rep. Caroline O'Day, Representative at large from New York, today joined in the fun at the House restaurant. The occasion was a doughnut dunking contest, sponsored by the Mayflower Doughnut Corp. Rep. O'Day demonstrated such a light touch and delicacy of manner that she was declared the runner-up, while Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia took the cup because he showed the right robustness and nonchalance

The lady dunks. Washington, D.C., May 3. Rep. Caroline O'Day, Representative at large from New York, today joined in the fun at the House restaurant. The occasion was a doughnut dunking contest, sponsored by the Mayflower Doughnut Corp. Rep. O'Day demonstrated such a light touch and delicacy of manner that she was declared the runner-up, while Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia took the cup because he showed the right robustness and nonchalance

Rep. Randolph, champion dunker of Congress. Washington, D.C., May 4. Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia today bent an elbow, crooked a doughnut around a finger, dunked a decided dunk into his coffee, and was declared a champ. Rep. Caroline O'Day, runner-up, presented him with the cup while B.V. Little of the Mayflower Doughnut Corp., sponsor of the contest, looks on. Rep. Randolph will be officially presented with the cup this summer at the World's Fair in the Doughnut Company's exhibit

Rep. Randolph, champion dunker of Congress. Washington, D.C., May 4. Rep. Jennings Randolph of West Virginia today bent an elbow, crooked a doughnut around a finger, dunked a decided dunk into his coffee, and was declared a champ. Rep. Caroline O'Day, runner-up, presented him with the cup while B.V. Little of the Mayflower Doughnut Corp., sponsor of the contest, looks on. Rep. Randolph will be officially presented with the cup this summer at the World's Fair in the Doughnut Company's exhibit