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Marriage of Stephanie Napoleon to Charles Frederick Louis Prince of Baden

Marriage of Pedro V, King of Portugal (1837–1861) and Stephanie, Queen of Portugal (1837–1859)

[Stephany (i.e., Stephanie) Bridge, Vienna, Austro-Hungary]

[Abbazia, Hotel Stephanie and park, Istria, Austro-Hungary]

[Semmering Railway, Semmering Station and Hotel Stephanie, Styria, Austro-Hungary]

DEJEUNER [held by] CROWN PRINCESS STEPHANIE [at] "SCHLOSS LAXENBURG,VIENNA" (SCHLOSS)

DEJEUNER [held by] CROWN PRINCESS STEPHANIE [at] "SCHLOSS LAXENBURG,VIENNA" (SCHLOSS)

Ada Francke, Stephanie Rasmus, Helen, Frothingham, Marg. MacMillan, Mrs. John R. Gibbs, Mrs. Louis Carreau, Mrs. Franl L. Hole, Alice Bowker (volunteer)

Stephanie Hampl

Conversion. Toy factory. These two girls, Stephanie Cewe and Ann Manemeit, have turned their skill from peacetime production of toy trains to the assembling of parachute flare casings for the armies of democracy. Along with other workers in this Eastern plant, they have turned their skill to the vital needs of the day, and in many cases have seen to it that the machinery they used to use does Uncle Sam's most important work today. Stephanie, left, is assembling toy locomotives, driving screws and nuts with an electric screwdriver, while Ann is at her peacetime job assembling locomotive housings to their chassis. Today both girls are working with electric screwdrivers, assembling parachute flare casings. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. From toy trains to parachute flare casings is the work history of Stephanie Cewe, whose skill with this electric screwdriver has been turned to the aid of Uncle Sam's war machine. Then Stephanie used to assemble toy locomotives; today, she uses the same screwdriver to assemble flare casings. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. From toy trains to parachute flare casings is the work history of Stephanie Cewe, whose skill with this electric screwdriver has been turned to the aid of Uncle Sam's war machine. Here she is shown at her former job--assembling locomotives for toy trains. Today she operates the same screwdriver in her assembly work on flare casing. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. From toy trains to parachute flare casings is the work history of Stephanie Cewe, whose skill with this electric screwdriver has been turned to the aid of Uncle Sam's war machine. Here she is shown at her former job--assembling locomotives for toy trains. Today she operates the same screwdriver in her assembly work on flare casing. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. From toy trains to parachute flare casings is the work history of Stephanie Cewe, whose skill with this electric screwdriver has been turned to the aid of Uncle Sam's war machine. Then Stephanie used to assemble toy locomotives, today, she uses the same screwdriver to assemble flare casings. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. Stephanie Cewe and Ann Manemeit, have turned their skill from peacetime production of toy trains to the assembly of parachute flare casings for the armies of democracy. Along with other workers in this Eastern plant, they have turned their skill to the vital needs of the day, and in many cases have seen to it that the machinery they used to use does Uncle Sam's most important work today. Here, they are assembling parachute flare casings, using the same electric screwdrivers they formerly used to assemble the locomotives of toy trains. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

Conversion. Toy factory. With this same electric screwdriver, Stephanie Cewe used to work on the manufacture of toy trains. Now she's using it in far more important work--that of assembling flare casings. A. C. Gilbert Company, New Haven, Connecticut

STEPHANIE BLACK WITH INSECTICIDE SIGN

STEPHANIE BLACK WITH INSECTICIDE SIGN

TSGT Stephanie L'Ecuyer, a life support technician, replaces a bayonet on a pilot's oxygen mask. TSGT L'Ecuyer is from the 110th Tactical Fighter, 131st Tactical Fighter Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, involved in Exercise Coronet Cactus

TECH. SGT. L. Stephanie L'Ecuyer, a life support technician, replaces a bayonet on a pilot's oxygen mask. TECH. SGT. L'Ecuyer is from the 110th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 131st Tactical Fighter Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, involved in exercise Coronet Cactus

Stephanie Vandergrift, sponsor for the guided missile frigate Vandergrift (FFG 48), poses during the ship's launching ceremony at Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation

A1C Stephanie K. Durham-White, a ground radio communications equipment technician with the 2130th Communications Group, U.S. Air Force Communications Command (AFCC), checks the voltage level on a single-frequency signaling unit in a scope signal high-frequency radio receiver in the satellite communications section

Sal Corso, center, of the Technical Training Section, Logistics Assistance Division, helps Gene Schatz, left, and Stephanie White with a lesson on the M1 Abrams main battle tank fuel system

MAJ. Stephanie Wells, a pilot with the 433rd Military Airlift Wing, U.S. Air Force Reserve, sits in the cockpit of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft

Fireman Apprentice Stephanie Christopher, left, and Fireman Apprentice Sara Heath take a break aboard the large harbor tug WENATCHEE (YTB-808) after working as line handlers while the tug assisted the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) as it departed from port. The VINSON can be seen departing in the background

The President of the United States, William J. Clinton presented the nation's highest award for military valor The Medal of Honor (Posthumously) to Stephanie, the widow of Sergeant First Class Randall D. Shughart. SGT Shughart was killed on 03 October 1993, while serving as Sniper Team Member, United States Army Special Operation Command with Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia. He and his team leader provided precision sniper fires from the lead helicopter during an assault on a building and at two helicopter crash sites, while subjected to intense automatic weapons and rocket propelled grenade fires

The President of the United States, William J. Clinton presented the nation's highest award for military valor The Medal of Honor (Posthumously) to the widows of Sergeant First Class Randall D. Shughart, Stephanie (left) and MASTER Sergeant Gary I. Gordon, Carmen, with 3-year old Brittany. The Sergeants were killed on 03 October 1993, while serving as Sniper Team Member and Leader, United States Army Special Operation Command with Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia. They provided precision sniper fires from the lead helicopter during an assault on a building and at two helicopter crash sites, while subjected to intense automatic weapons and rocket propelled grenade fires

CAPT. Stephanie Brinley, an intelligence officer for the 27th Fighter Wing's 523rd Squadron, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, briefs crews on the threats to be encountered during their mission at RAF Fairford, United Kingdom during CENTRAL ENTERPRISE '95

Official portrait of Astronaut Candidate (ASCAN) Stephanie D. Wilson

JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TEXAS -- S97-10246 -- Astronaut Stephanie D. Wilson, mission specialist KSC-05PD-2565

US Air Force AIRMAN (AMN) Stephanie Lawson assigned to the 89th Services Squadron, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, washes pots and pans used to prepare the lunch meal. She must wear protective rubber gloves to help protect her from the scalding hot water and chemicals used to maintain a proper level of hygiene while operating a field kitchen

In the newly renovated Ascension Community High School, teacher, Stephanie Daniels, leads her Level Two nursery students in song on their first day of classes. Renovation of the school was just completed by U.S. military and Guyana Defense Force engineers in a cooperative effort during the first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

SPC Stephanie Thomas, 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), Fort Meade, Maryland, applies camouflage make-up in her tent at the site of the 82nd Airborne Division, Division Main Headquarters during JTFX 98-1

Journalist 1ST Class Stephanie Plocharczyk, attached to Naval Media Center Det, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, interviews Admiral J. Paul Reason, Commander in CHIEF, Atlantic Fleet

US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Matt Collman and his wife, Stephanie, didn't know they were eligibile for relief funds when they went to the family support center to volunteer their time. Instead, they received a check from Rick Ferris following a tornado that swept across Oklahoma. Said to be Oklahoma's worst tornado in 17 years, it was categorized by meteorologists as F-5 using the Fujita-Pearson scale and destroyed nearly 2,000 homes and damaged 7,000 others. This photograph was used in the article "Real-life Twister," from the September 1999 AIRMAN Magazine

Straight on medium shot of USAF STAFF Sergeant Daniel Jones (Foreground) of the Idaho Air National Guard and Techincal Sergeant Stephanie DiSonto of the 629th AMSS (Air Mobility Support Squadron), Air Mobility Command, Lajes Field, Azores, as they cover a pallett of MRE's (Meals Ready to Eat)that is to be shipped from Lajes Field to East Timor

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US Air Force Technical Sergeant Marvin Rawls (Left), 305th Services Squadron, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, teaches AIRMAN Stephanie McDavid, 305th Services Squadron, how to process a dead victim during MOBEX (Mobilization Exercise). MOBEX is a mobility training exercise that simulates combat readiness and deployments. The exercise took place at McGuire AFB, NJ, on June 14th, 2000

Stephanie Ferrari, Victoria Reed and Erin Wheatley, members of the USO Troupe 2000, perform for the crowd during the dedication of the new USO passageway located at the Pentagon, Corridor 10

US Marine Corps Captain Rebecca Goodrich-Hinton, Deputy Director of public affairs, Miramar Air Station, San Diego, California interviews US Army SPECIALIST Robert S. Fuller an imagery analyst with the 25th Infantry Division, 162nd Air Defense Artillery, Hawaii and Private First Class Stephanie Shick an imagery analyst from Fort Wainwright, Alaska. SPC Fuller and AIC Shick are preparing to board an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules aircraft to participate in the Scathe View Mission during Exercise NORNTHERN EDGE 2001

MASTER Sergeant David Gonzales an imagery analyst from the 152nd Air Wing, Nevada Air National Guard gives US Army Private First Class Stephanie E. Shick, an imagery analyst from Fort Wainwright, Alaska, a closer look at the Scathe View system aboard a Air National Guard C-130 Hercules aircraft. US Air force and US Army personnel received training on the Scathe View system during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. The system can capture imagery on the ground from up to 17,000 ft in the air and can instantly transmit the imagery to ground forces

US Marine Corps Captain Rebecca Goodrich-Hinton, Deputy Director of public affairs, Miramar Air Station, San Diego, California interviews US Army SPECIALIST Robert S. Fuller an imagery analyst with the 25th Infantry Division, 162nd Air Defense Artillery, Hawaii and Private First Class Stephanie Shick an imagery analyst from Fort Wainwright, Alaska. SPC Fuller and AIC Shick are preparing to board an Air National Guard C-130 Hercules aircraft to participate in the Scathe View Mission during Exercise NORNTHERN EDGE 2001

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Stephanie Branscomb, 31st Medical Group, Aviano Air Base, Italy, secures the inner liner to a temper tent the 31st Med Group has erected along with members of the New Jersey Army National Guard to be used for real world sick call treatment of military members supporting the multinational training Exercise VENETO RESCUE 01, in northeast Italy and Slovenia. Veneto Rescue is an exercise that helps to train military units to conduct the safe evacuation of non-combatant civilians and other designated evacuates from a country or a region that has the potential for hostilities or danger. This type of operation is known as a non-combatant evacuation operation or NEO...

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Ray Angel and US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Stephanie Branscomb both from the 31st Medical Group, Aviano Air Base, Italy, secure the inner liner to a temper tent the 31st Med Group has erected along with members of the New Jersey Army National Guard to be used for real world sick call treatment of military members supporting the multinational training exercise VENETO RESCUE 01, in northeast Italy and Slovenia. Veneto Rescue is an exercise that helps to train military units to conduct the safe evacuation of non-combatant civilians and other designated evacuates from a country or a region that has the potential for hostilities or danger. This type of operation is ...

At the AIRMAN Leadership School, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Stephanie Aluffi, USAF, (left), 31st Operations Support Squadron, Weather Flight, SRA Thomas Chambers, USAF, (center), 31st Supply Squadron, Mobility Readiness Spares Package Journeyman, and SRA Sean Banks, 31st Security Forces Patrolman, Aviano Air Base, Italy, discuss an assignment directing them to give an impromptu briefing on OPERATION JUST CAUSE

SENIOR AIRMAN Stephanie Self, USAF, 39th Communications Squadron, postal clerk, locates a customers package at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey

SENIOR AIRMAN Stephanie Self, USAF, 39th Communications Squadron, postal clerk, fills out a package pickup slip for a customers package at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey

SENIOR AIRMAN Stephanie Schilling, USAF, postal clerk 786 Communications Squadron Ramstein Air Base, Germany, pitches mail at Kapuan Air Station Post Office

At the AIRMAN Leadership School, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Stephanie Aluffi, USAF, (left), 31st Operations Support Squadron, Weather Flight, SRA Thomas Chambers, USAF, (center), 31st Supply Squadron, Mobility Readiness Spares Package Journeyman, and SRA Sean Banks, 31st Security Forces Patrolman, Aviano Air Base, Italy, discuss an assignment directing them to give an impromptu briefing on OPERATION JUST CAUSE

Stephanie Lee, Director of the Office of Special Education Programs

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Stephanie E. Rucker, Airborne Surveillance Technician, 961st Airborne Air Control Squadron (AACS), mans her duty station aboard a USAF E-3B Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) aircraft, while flying a mission during Exercise COPE TIGER '02. Cope Tiger is an annual, multinational exercise in the Asia-Pacific region which promotes closer relations and enables air force units in the region to sharpen air combat skills and practice interoperability with US Forces

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Stephanie Fulton, USAF, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), Survivor Equipment Fabrication Flight, 48th Fighter Wing (FW), RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, uses a sewing machine to repair a PCU-15/P parachute harness. The EMS survivor equipment shop meets the needs of over 220 aircrew members and relocated to a $1,700,000 state of the art maintenance facility from two condemned World War II huts

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Stephanie, 305th Medical Group, removes specimens from the centrifuge at the Ambulatory Health Care Clinic, at McGuire Air Force Base (AFB), New Jersey (NJ)

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Stephanie Harris, a Pharmacy Technician from Birmingham, Alabama, assigned to the 86th Medical Group (MG), Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany, fills a prescription for a patient at the Ramstein Medical Facility

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Stephanie Hammer of the 437th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office (PAO) at Charleston Air Force Base (AFB), South Carolina, interviews CHIEF of STAFF (CS) of the French Air Force, General (GEN) Richard Wolsztynski, in the cargo bay of a USAF C-17 Globemaster III during his visit to the United States of America

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Stephanie McCune, 485th Expeditionary Services Squadron (ESVS) prepares hash browns for mid night chow, while deployed to a forward operating base in Southwest Asia during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) SPECIALIST (SPC) Stephanie Hall, from the 402nd Civil Affairs Battalion (CAB), unloads medical supplies at a surgical hospital in An Nasiriyah, Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Stephanie Daniels, a KC-135 Stratotanker pilot, performs a preflight check before a mid-air refueling training mission at a forward operating location, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Orbiter Processing Facility, Stephanie Stilson, NASA vehicle manager for Discovery, stands in front of a leading edge on the wing of Discovery. She is being filmed for a special feature on the KSC Web about the recent Orbiter Major Modification period on Discovery, which included inspection, modifications and reservicing of most systems onboard, plus installation of a Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) - a state-of-the-art “glass cockpit.” The orbiter is now being prepared for eventual launch on a future mission.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson, NASA vehicle manager for Discovery, is being filmed for a special feature on the KSC Web about the recent Orbiter Major Modification period, which included inspection, modifications and reservicing of most systems onboard Discovery, plus installation of a Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) - a state-of-the-art “glass cockpit.” The orbiter is now being prepared for eventual launch on a future mission.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Standing on a workstand (at left) in the Orbiter Processing Facility is Stephanie Stilson, NASA vehicle manager for Discovery. She is being filmed for a special feature on the KSC Web about the recent Orbiter Major Modification period on Discovery, which included inspection, modifications and reservicing of most systems onboard, plus installation of a Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) - a state-of-the-art “glass cockpit.” The orbiter is now being prepared for eventual launch on a future mission.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Vehicle Manager for Discovery, Stephanie Stilson poses for a photo after working with a KSC Web team who were filming a special feature for the KSC Web. Stilson explained her role in the recent Orbiter Major Modification period, which included inspection, modifications and reservicing of most systems onboard. The work on Discovery also included the installation of a Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) - a state-of-the-art “glass cockpit.” The orbiter is now being prepared for eventual launch on a future mission.

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Keith Rotz (left) and SSGT Stephanie Badia, (right), Emergency medical Technicians, 92nd Medical Group (MG), Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA), treat Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Mike Foster (center), Inspector General (IG), 92nd Air Refueling Wing (ARW), Fairchild AFB, WA, for exposure to a simulated chemical substance during a Major Accident Response Exercise (MARE), which is conducted monthly by the Wing Inspection Office to make certain that the Fairchild AFB personnel are prepared to deal with an actual major incident event on or against the base

US Air Force (USAF) Airmen First Class (A1C) Stephanie Ambler (left) and Cherish Vinley, 48th Medical Support Squadron (MDSS), load a cooler full of beverages during a monthly blood drive at the Bob Hope Community Center on RAF (Royal Air Force) Mildenhall, United Kingdom (UK). The volunteers are encouraged to have something to drink and eat after donating to prevent dizziness due to the loss of blood

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN (AMN) Stephanie Carrizosa, 35th Operation Support Squadron (OSS) and AIRMAN 1ST Class (A1C) Steven Smith, 35th Maintenance Squadron (MXS) place a filler cap inside a 370-gallon fuel tank during Exercise Beverly Sunrise at Misawa Air Base (AB), Japan (JPN)

US Air Force (USAF) Captain (CPT) Stephanie L. Kelsen, 178th Fighter Squadron (FS), prepares for launch in a USAF F-16C Fighting Falcon fighter during an Operational Readiness Exercise (ORE) at Hector Field a North Dakota Air National Guard (NDANG) base in Fargo, North Dakota (ND)

US Air Force (USAF) 46th Expeditionary Aerial Reconnaissance Squadron (EARS) Predator pilots, Captain (CPT) John "Disco" Songer and AIRMAN 1ST Class (A1C) Stephanie L. "Princess" Schulte operate individual Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) using remote controls at Balad Air Base (AB), Iraq (IRQ), in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corp (USMC) Stephanie A. Wenrick of Headquarters (HQ) and Service Battalion (H&S BN), 3rd Force Service Support Group (FSSG), attached to the Vladivostok Port Visit Detachment, spins a basketball for a Russian orphan aboard the US Navy (USN) Amphibious Ship USS HARPERS FERRY (LSD 49). The detachment is deployed at Vladivostok, Russia (RUS), maintains and enhances relations between the US and Russian military

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson (right), NASA Vehicle Manager, briefs the media attending an informative workshop and tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) housing the Space Shuttle Discovery at KSC. During this event, the media received the latest information on Discovery’s processing and viewed workers preparing the vehicle for its safe return to flight scheduled for a launch planning window of March 2005. Kicking off the activities at the Press Site Auditorium, technical experts led two workshops addressing Reinforced Carbon-Carbon and vehicle instrumentation. During the tour of the OPF, reporters saw work in progress on Discovery, including reinstallation of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels on the Shuttle's wing leading edge, wiring inspections and instrumentation updates being completed for Return to Flight. KSC-04pd1547

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson (second from right), NASA Vehicle Manager, briefs the media attending an informative workshop and tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) housing the Space Shuttle Discovery at KSC. During this event, the media received the latest information on Discovery’s processing and viewed workers preparing the vehicle for its safe return to flight scheduled for a launch planning window of March 2005. Kicking off the activities at the Press Site Auditorium, technical experts led two workshops addressing Reinforced Carbon-Carbon and vehicle instrumentation. During the tour of the OPF, reporters saw work in progress on Discovery, including reinstallation of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels on the Shuttle's wing leading edge, wiring inspections and instrumentation updates being completed for Return to Flight. KSC-04pd1545

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson (left), NASA Vehicle Manager, briefs the media attending an informative workshop and tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) housing the Space Shuttle Discovery at KSC. During this event, the media received the latest information on Discovery’s processing and viewed workers preparing the vehicle for its safe return to flight scheduled for a launch planning window of March 2005. Kicking off the activities at the Press Site Auditorium, technical experts led two workshops addressing Reinforced Carbon-Carbon and vehicle instrumentation. During the tour of the OPF, reporters saw work in progress on Discovery, including reinstallation of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels on the Shuttle's wing leading edge, wiring inspections and instrumentation updates being completed for Return to Flight. KSC-04pd1548

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson (center), NASA Vehicle Manager, briefs the media attending an informative workshop and tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) housing the Space Shuttle Discovery at KSC. During this event, the media received the latest information on Discovery’s processing and viewed workers preparing the vehicle for its safe return to flight scheduled for a launch planning window of March 2005. Kicking off the activities at the Press Site Auditorium, technical experts led two workshops addressing Reinforced Carbon-Carbon and vehicle instrumentation. During the tour of the OPF, reporters saw work in progress on Discovery, including reinstallation of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels on the Shuttle's wing leading edge, wiring inspections and instrumentation updates being completed for Return to Flight. KSC-04pd1546

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Stephanie Stilson (left), NASA Vehicle Manager, briefs the media attending an informative workshop and tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) housing the Space Shuttle Discovery at KSC. During this event, the media received the latest information on Discovery’s processing and viewed workers preparing the vehicle for its safe return to flight scheduled for a launch planning window of March 2005. Kicking off the activities at the Press Site Auditorium, technical experts led two workshops addressing Reinforced Carbon-Carbon and vehicle instrumentation. During the tour of the OPF, reporters saw work in progress on Discovery, including reinstallation of the Reinforced Carbon-Carbon panels on the Shuttle's wing leading edge, wiring inspections and instrumentation updates being completed for Return to Flight. KSC-04pd1543

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Sen. John F. Kerry (center), D-Mass., discusses Space Shuttle processing with NASA Vehicle Manager Stephanie Stilson during a tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF). They are standing under the orbiter Discovery, which is being prepared for flight on the next Space Shuttle mission. The tour follows a public meeting Kerry held at the Dr. Kurt H. Debus Conference Facility at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. He said he chose to speak at KSC because it symbolizes America’s commitment to science, innovation and technology. He and Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., are on a speaking tour prior to their appearance at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. KSC-04pd1560

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Sen. Bill Nelson (second from left), D-Fla., former astronaut and Sen. John H. Glenn, D-Ohio, and Sen. John F. Kerry, D-Mass., receive a briefing from NASA Vehicle Manager Stephanie Stilson during a tour of the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF). They are standing under the orbiter Discovery, which is being prepared for flight on the next Space Shuttle mission. The tour follows a public meeting Kerry held at the Dr. Kurt H. Debus Conference Facility at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. He said he chose to speak at KSC because it symbolizes America’s commitment to science, innovation and technology. He and Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., are on a speaking tour prior to their appearance at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. KSC-04pd1558

Stephanie Abbey resets the shelves in the commissary at Mountain Home Air Force Base (AFB), Idaho (ID)

US Air Force (USAF) Captain (CPT) Stephanie Kelsen (left) and USAF Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Craig Schroeder, both F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft pilots from the 119th Fighter Wing (FW), North Dakota Air National Guard (NDNG), conduct preflight inspection from the cockpit of their jets before a sortie at Hector International Airport, Fargo, North Dakota (ND), during a training mission

040826-F-7527S-517 (Aug. 26, 2004)US Air Force (USAF) 18th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AES), 18th Wing (WG), personnel offload a litter-borne patient from a USAF MH-60G Pave Hawk air rescue helicopter, while participating in the 18th WG sponsored weeklong Operational Readiness Exercise (ORE) Beverly High 04-03 Island Heat, at Kadena Air Base (AB), Okinawa, Japan (JPN). U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair (RELEASED)

U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Michael Lopez (second from left), 8th Mission Support Squadron, 8th Fighter Wing, goes over paperwork with STAFF SGT. Stephanie Echols, (right), 8th Maintenance Squadron, 8th Fighter Wing, on Oct. 2, 2004, in the mobility processing line for the deployment from Kunsan Air Base, Jeollabuk-do (Province), Republic of Korea, to help build the new runway at Osan Air Base, Kyonggi-do (Province), Republic of Korea. (U.S. Air Force photo by STAFF SGT. Michael R. Holzworth) (Released)

Kaitlin Stewart looks for her father U.S. Air Force TSgt Bruce Stewart, 9th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Specialit Expeditor, while being held by her mother Stephanie Stewart at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., on Oct. 6, 2004. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN 1ST Class Erik J. Somppi) (RELEASED)

U.S. Air Force 8th Security Forces Squadron MASTER SGT. Stephanie Liles, discusses various types of firearms during a security forces assets briefing at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, on Oct. 8, 2004. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Keri S. Whitehead) (RELEASED)

U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Amanda Ferguson (left) and AIRMAN 1ST Class Stephanie Johnson, both members of the 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron, pose for the camera with their 5.56 mm M16A2 rifles at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., on Nov. 21, 2004. Both Airmen are pulling augmentee duties to fill in for deployed members of the 56th Security Forces Squadron here. (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN 1ST Class Teri Smith) (Released)

U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Tiffany Croskey, from the 18th Medical Support Squadron, places blood samples inside a large centrifuge at the laboratory at the hospital at Kadena Air Base, Japan on Dec. 13, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair) (Released)

U.S. Air Force MAJ. Maria Petras (right) and TECH. SGT. Lisa Baker, both from the 18th Medical Support Squadron, view an x-ray of a foot of a patient at the hospital at Kadena Air Base, Japan on Dec. 13, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair) (Released)

U.S. Air Force MAJ. Brian Hillis (left) and CAPT. James Ryan, both from the 18th Wing, conduct pre-flight check inside the cockpit of their KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft at Kadena Air Base, Japan on Dec. 13, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair) (Released)

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Stephanie Ullman, Regimental Combat Team 1 (RCT-1) Communications, assigned to Females Searching Females (FSF) Detachment (Det.), searches an amused Iraqi woman at Entry Control Point (ECP) 5, located on the outskirts of Fallujah, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The FSF Det. is an all female Marine augmented platoon established to have females search Iraqi females, since local Iraqi traditions prohibit women and girls being searched by males. This unit also ensures that all Iraqis entering through any ECP are properly searched while maintaining favorable relations with the locals

JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TEXAS -- STS121-S-002 -- These six astronauts take a break from training to pose for the STS-121 crew portrait. From the left are astronauts Stephanie D. Wilson, Michael E. Fossum, both mission specialists; Steven W. Lindsey, commander; Piers J. Sellers, mission specialist; Mark E. Kelly, pilot; and Lisa M. Nowak, mission specialist. Photo Credit: NASA/JSC KSC-05PD-2560

Local national Kazufumi Higa assigned to the U.S. Air Force 18th Services Squadron, slices through a frozen chicken at the Marshals Dinning Facility, Kadena Air Base, Japan, on Jan. 20, 2005. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair) (Released)

U.S. Air Force AIRMAN Stephanie Sinclair, of the 18th Communications Squadron, has a snack with Joel Mcfedris at the Kadena Air Base Book Worm activity group at Kadena Air Base, Japan, on April 2, 2005. AIRMAN Sinclair volunteers every first and third Saturday of each month to help read books to children at the base. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by Ariman Gary M. Edwards Jr.) (Released)

Onboard the bridge of the US Navy (USN) Nimitz Class: Aircraft Carrier, USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76), Quartermaster Second Class (QM2) Stephanie Hudson, peers through a marine sextant, while the ship is underway conducting Tailored Ship's Training Availability (TSTA) in the Pacific Ocean

US Air Force (USAF) Major (MAJ) Stephanie Turner (background left), assigned to the 375th Medical Group, assists Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) medical personnel in caring for a baby delivered inside the Louis Armstrong International Airport, in New Orleans, Louisiana (LA), during evacuation Operation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

[Hurricane Katrina] Biloxi, Miss., September 20, 2005 -- Registered Nurse Stephanie Lynn administers an innoculation to Rebecca Sanford at the FEMA Area Field Office (AFO) in Biloxi. Relief workers must be careful with serious diseases in disaster areas. FEMA/Mark Wolfe

US Army (USA) Sergeant Major (SGM) Ron E. Hamlin (left), Command Sergeant Major (CSM), 508th Military Police Battalion (MP BN), stands at attention as USA Colonel (COL) M. K. Stephenson (right), Reviewing Officer, presents the 508th MP BN unit colors to USA Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Stephanie L. Beavers (center), Commander, 508th MP BN, as she assumes command during the 704th MP BN Deactivation and 508th MP BN Activation Ceremony at Fort Lewis, Washington (WA)

US Army (USA) Colonel (COL) M. K. Stephenson (right), Reviewing Officer, stands at attention as USA Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Stephanie L. Beavers (left), incoming Commander, 508th Military Police Battalion (MP BN), and USA Sergeant Major (SGM) Ron E. Hamlin (left), Command Sergeant Major (CSM), 508th MP BN, begin to furl the 704th MP BN unit colors during the 704th MP BN Deactivation and 508th MP BN Activation Ceremony at Fort Lewis, Washington (WA)

US Army (USA) Colonel (COL) M. K. Stephenson (left), Reviewing Officer, speaks to the audience, as USA Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Stephanie L. Beavers (right), incoming Commander, 508th Military Police Battalion (MP BN), stands at at-ease, during the 704th MP BN Deactivation and 508th MP BN Activation Ceremony at Fort Lewis, Washington (WA)

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA Kennedy Space Center, STS-121 Mission Specialists Michael Fossum (left above) and Piers Sellers (on ground) get a close look at the replacement trailing umbilical system reel assembly that will be installed on the International Space Station. They and other crew members -- Commander Steven Lindsey, Pilot Mark Kelly and Mission Specialists Lisa Nowak and Stephanie Wilson -- are at Kennedy to take part in the crew equipment interface test (CEIT). The CEIT provides hands-on experiences with equipment used on-orbit. Mission STS-121 is the second in the Return to Flight sequence and will carry on improvements that debuted during last year's STS-114 mission and build upon those tests. Launch is scheduled in May. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd0268