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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Hemphill, WV, May 30, 2002 -- Charlayne Haynes of Public Affairs talks with Mike Vaughn and his dog Precious about the upcoming demolition of his home as a result of the flash flood that hit southern West Virginia on May 2, 2002.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Hemphill, WV, May 30, 2002 -...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -- Alonzo Perry, Jr. stands grim faced in the aftermath of the May 2, 2002 flash flood that wreaked havoc in southern West Virginia, northern Virginia, and eastern Kentucky.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Premier, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Jacob Garfield stands outside his neighbor's flood ravaged home in McDowell County, West Virginia.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Premier, WV, May 9, 2002 -- ...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Premier, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Darryl Lipscomb salvages his bass guitar and a few other possessions from his home in McDowell County, West Virginia. The flash flood that struck on May 2, 2002 was particularly violent.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Premier, WV, May 9, 2002 -- ...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- The Dollar General in Welch, West Virginia  lost its complete inventory the second time in two years due to the May 2, 2002 flash.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA  Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Th...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- The clean up is underway in southern West Virginia after the violent flash flood of May 2, 2002.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Th...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 8, 2002 -- Richard Addir cleans up after the May 2, 2002 flash flood struck Panther, West Virginia.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 8, 2002 -- ...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Allen Graybill of Hazard Mitigation speaks with (LtoR) Charmuine Brooks, Tanya Hoover, and Tammy Brooks about thier flood damaged home.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 9, 2002 -- Al...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 15, 2002 -- Allen Graybill of Hazard  Mitigation works with Joyce Carlisle in the Disaster Recovery Office in Welch, West Virginia about  damage her home sustained during the flash flood of May 2, 2002.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Welch, WV, May 15, 2002 -- A...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -- John Tabor stands in front of the new travel trailer being provided free of charge while he makes the necessary repairs to his  flood damaged home.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -- John Tabor stands in front of the new travel trailer being provided free of charge while he makes the necessary repairs to his flood damaged home.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Coalwood, WV, May 18, 2002 -...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 -- Wilbur Bishop stands where four feet of soil that had a shed on it used to be in his back yard prior to flash flood of May 2, 2002. In the shed was a tanning bed with his daughter-in-law tanning at the time of the flash flood. His son narrowly saved his wife before the shed, tanning bed, and two ATVs were washed away.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 --...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 -- Mildred Avecedo talks with Wilbur Bishop, Jr. about his experiences on the afternoon of May 2, 2002 when a flash flood hit his south West Virginian home and nearly swept his wife away while she was in her tanning bed.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 --...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 20, 2002 -- During Project Reach Out members of Community Relations and Human Services meet with isolated victims of the flash flood that hit south West Virginia to offer FEMA's help.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 20, 2002 --...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 -- Mildred Avecdo of Public Affairs talks with Wilbur Bishop, Jr. about damage his home sustained from the flash flood of May 2, 2002.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Garland, WV, May 20, 2002 --...

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[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 20, 2002 -- Gen. John Diggins (Ret.) of Community Relations hands out a mobile home flyer to Connie Lane of Panther,West Virginia.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides] Panther, WV, May 20, 2002 --...

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[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, Sept. 15, 2005 -- Kevin Kopyscian, a Rescue Specialist with California Task Force 3 Urban Search and Rescue, gives haircuts to fellow team members after being in the field for over two weeks. After a long day of doing rescue missions this is one way to relax at Camp Zephyr.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, Sept. 15, 2005 -- Kevin Kopyscian...

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[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, Sept. 15, 2005 -- Rescue Specialist Kevin Kopyscianski gives a haircut to Haz-Mat Specialist Eric Rockwell at the Base of Operations of California Task Force 3 Urban Search and Rescue in Camp Zephyr. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, Sept. 15, 2005 -- Rescue Speciali...

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[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, September 16, 2005 -- Many abandoned pets still roam the streets of New Orleans.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, September 16, 2005 -- Many abando...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT) examine a horse brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examination and shots it will be held until its owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready gen...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees the readying of generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready gen...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees the readying of generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. This particular unit is 600 KW and could be used in a nursing home, hospital, school, or some other large facility.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 --  Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT) examine a horse brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examination and shots it will be held until its owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready gen...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- A Veterinarian from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examines an injured horse brought in to the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- A Veterinarian fr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examine dogs brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees the readying of generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. This particular unit is 600 KW and could be used in a nursing home, hospital, school, or some other large facility. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Several horses were brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Several horses we...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT) examine implant a microchip into a dog for tracking purposes brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examinations and shots they will be held until their owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Veterinarians fro...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- A Veterinarian from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examines an inured horse brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examination and shots it will be held until its owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- A Veterinarian fr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Workmen ready gen...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees the readying of generators to be placed in communities affected by Hurricane Rita. This particular unit is 300 KW and could be used in a nursing home, hospital, school, or some other large facility. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Terry Veneable of...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Elaine Rayne, D.V.M. a veterinarian from the National Veterinarian Response Team (NVRT)  examines a dog brought in to the Animal Disaster Response Facility staged in the Ford Arena outside Beaumont following Hurricane Rita's landfall. Following the examination and shots it will be held until its owners return from evacuation.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, September 30, 2005 -- Elaine Rayne, D.V...

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[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- A saw crew of the San Juan Hotshots of the U.S. Forest Service clear trees knocked down by Hurricane Rita at the Little Cypress Mauriceville High School. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- A saw crew of th...

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[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many homes in southeast Texas were crushed by trees felled by Hurricane Rita's high winds.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many homes in so...

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[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapped in two by Hurricane Rita's high winds.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapp...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumont was engulfed by fire after the electric service was reconnected earlier in the afternoon.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumo...

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[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapped in two by Hurricane Rita's high winds.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapp...

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[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many homes in southeast Texas were crushed by trees felled by Hurricane Rita's high winds. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Mauriceville, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many homes in so...

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[Hurricane Rita] Vidor, TX, October 2, 2005 -- The Vidor Church of Christ lost its roof after its stained glass window was blown in by Hurricane Rita. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Vidor, TX, October 2, 2005 -- The Vidor Church of Chr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumont was engulfed by fire after the electric service was reconnected earlier in the afternoon.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumo...

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[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumont was engulfed by fire after the electric service was reconnected earlier in the afternoon.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Beaumont, TX, Oct. 2, 2005 -- The Elks Club of Beaumo...

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[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapped in two by Hurricane Rita's high winds. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, October 2, 2005 -- Many trees were snapp...

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[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, Oct 2. 2005 -- Utility companies are working overtime to re-establish power and utilities. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Hurricane Rita] Evadale, TX, Oct 2. 2005 -- Utility companies are wor...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Connerville, OK, January 14, 2006 -- Firefighters from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Chickasaw Agency plan their fire patrol mission during conditions that pose an extreme fire threat.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Connerville, OK, January 14, 2006 -- Firefigh...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK,  January 14, 2006 -- Thank you letters from Oklahoma children are posted in the Incident Command Post. Wildfires have been burning in Oklahoma and Texas for almost two months.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK, January 14, 2006 -- Thank you l...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters look for hotspots by truck that could potentially re-ignite after they have contained a fire that burned 375 acres.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters l...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters from the Forest Service use a bulldozer to cut a firebreak in the timber to contain a fire that burned 375 acres. Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters f...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indian Affairs - Chickasaw Agency Crew Boss Tom Schultz and Brady Ward coordinate efforts to control a fire.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indi...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK, January 15, 2006 -- A Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT) Airplane is being refilled so that it may go make another drop of fire retardant on one of the 15 fires that broke out on this day.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK, January 15, 2006 -- A Single Eng...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- After containing a fire that burned 375 acres, firefighters extinguish hotspots so that it doesn't flare up again.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- After containi...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Brandon Speir, Steve Worley, and Dick Ladd of the I.X.L. VFD watch a firebreak to make sure it doesn't "slop over" and start burning more pasture and timber.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Brandon Speir,...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters from the I.X.L. VFD watch a firebreak to make sure it doesn't "slop over" and reignite from high winds.  FEMA Photo/ Bob McMillan

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Firefighters f...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indian Affairs - Chickasaw Agency Crew Boss Tom Schultz and Brady Ward coordinate efforts to control a fire.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indi...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indian Affairs - Chickasaw Agency Crew Boss Tom Schultz and Brady Ward coordinate efforts to control a fire.  Bob McMillan/FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indi...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indian Affairs - Chickasaw Agency Crew Boss Tom Schultz coordinate efforts to control a fire.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Mason, OK, January 15, 2006 -- Bureau of Indi...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK, January 15, 2006 -- A Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT) Aircraft is refilled so that it may go make another drop of fire retardant on one of the 15 fires that broke out on this day.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Shawnee, OK, January 15, 2006 -- A Single Eng...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burns 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burns 350 acres.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burns 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Mayor Joyce South of Springer brings food and drinks to firefighters in while they battle the blaze threatening her town.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Mayor Joyce...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Salvation Army Canteen from Ardmore, Oklahoma serves food and drinks to help the firefighters to work through the night.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Salvation...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burns 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have been burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Salvation Army Canteen from Ardmore, Oklahoma serves food and drinks to help keep the firefighters to work through the night.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Salvation...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Backhoe Loader from the Virginia Forest Service is being unloaded to help contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A Backhoe L...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout nto contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Dedpartment do a controlled burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres have burned in Oklahoma.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A bulldozer from the Virginia Forest Service is being unloaded to help contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- A bulldozer...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Over 400,000 acres have burned since November.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighters from Oklahoma, North Carolina, Virginia, and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Department do a burnout operation to contain a fire that eventually burned 350 acres. Since November over 400,000 acres in Oklahoma have burned.  Bob McMillan/ FEMA Photo

[Severe Wildfire Threat] Springer, OK, January 16, 2006 -- Firefighter...

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