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Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, chief of staff of the Army,

Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, chief of staff of the Army,

Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, chief of staff of the Army, met with Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, 7th Infantry Division commanding general, June 26, at the division headquarters on Lewis North, Joint Base Lewis McChord... More

A US Army soldier at an Applique computer, the central Windows-based system for Force XXI initiatives, connects with the Airborne Command and Control Vehicle to interpret and transpose friendly targets during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

A US Army soldier at an Applique computer, the central Windows-based s...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk Release Status: Released to P... More

US Army, Private First Class (PFC) Mark Henrikson, B Company,1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry, tests the Dismounted Soldier System Unit (DSSU) during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

US Army, Private First Class (PFC) Mark Henrikson, B Company,1ST Batta...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk, USA Release Status: Released... More

A US Army 31st Chemical Company M1059 "smoke generator" (M113A2 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) with two M54 smoke generators) clogs up the battlefield with smoke during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

A US Army 31st Chemical Company M1059 "smoke generator" (M113A2 Armore...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT William Cronk, USA Release Status: Release... More

A US Army AH-64D Longbow Apache helicopter prepares for takeoff during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

A US Army AH-64D Longbow Apache helicopter prepares for takeoff during...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk, USA Release Status: Released... More

A US Army soldier, 1ST Battalion, 22nd Infantry, scans the horizon as his M2A2 Bradley-Linebacker, (Stinger Missile Pod in stowed position) Infantry Fighting Vehicle, moves into position during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

A US Army soldier, 1ST Battalion, 22nd Infantry, scans the horizon as ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk, USA Release Status: Released... More

The commander of a US Army, M1 Abrams Main-Battle Tank (MBT) standing in open hatch beside a Multipul Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) equipped 0.50 caliber M2 heavy barrel machine gun. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the Advance Warfighting Experiment (AWE), a six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training, Fort Irwin, California. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

The commander of a US Army, M1 Abrams Main-Battle Tank (MBT) standing ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk, USA Release Status: Released... More

A US Army M-88A1 Hercules, armored recovery vehicle, prepares to assist stranded tanks during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 19 March 1997

A US Army M-88A1 Hercules, armored recovery vehicle, prepares to assis...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSG William Cronk, USA Release Status: Released... More

US Army, STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Dale Pierce, flight line operator, A Company, 15th Military Intelligence Battalion, 504th MI Brigade, III Corps, performs a final maintenance check on the BAQ-155 Hunter Unmanned Aerial Reconnaissance Vehicle (UARV) before its flight to capture aerial images for the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 24 March 1997

US Army, STAFF Sergeant (SSG) Dale Pierce, flight line operator, A Com...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

Eddie Peredo, a civilian electronics technician from the Test Experimental Service Company, inspects and tests the connection of an Applique onto an M-113 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) from 1ST Battalion, 22nd Infantry, 4th Infantry Division, during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure

Eddie Peredo, a civilian electronics technician from the Test Experime...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

The US Army new Applique computer system, the central Windows-based system for Force XXI initiatives, connects with the Battle Command Integration System to interpret and transpose friendly targets during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 24 March 1997

The US Army new Applique computer system, the central Windows-based sy...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

US Army soldiers from the 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry, test the Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) system on their JAVELIN Advanced Anti-tank Weapons System-Medium in preparation for the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 24 March 1997

US Army soldiers from the 1ST Battalion, 5th Infantry, test the Multip...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

US Army, Private First Class (PFC)Thomas Brazil and SPECIALIST (SPC) Terry Millender, A Company, 299th Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Division from Fort Hood, Texas, tests out the Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) to properly zero in a 5.56mm M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 24 March 1997

US Army, Private First Class (PFC)Thomas Brazil and SPECIALIST (SPC) T...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

US Army, SPECIALIST (SPC) Kevin Marsh and Private First Class (PFC) Shawn Burgos, A Company, 299th Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas, stand in open hatches in an M113 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC), mock-up Grizzly breaching system (mine field), during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. More than 6,000 soldiers took part in the six-week exercise that capped nearly two years of training. The AWE tested 72 initiatives ranging from new computer equipment like the Applique to reorganization of unit structure, 24 March 1997

US Army, SPECIALIST (SPC) Kevin Marsh and Private First Class (PFC) Sh...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Irwin State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Jacqueline Griggs, USA Release Status: Rele... More

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the accomplishments of the Defense Reform Initiatives in the Pentagon on October 8, 1998

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the acco...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pentagon State: District Of Columbia (DC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SGT Robert Broils, USA Release Status: ... More

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the accomplishments of the Defense Reform Initiatives in the Pentagon on October 8, 1998

Deputy Secretary of Defense John J. Hamre briefs reporters on the acco...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Pentagon State: District Of Columbia (DC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SGT Robert Broils, USA Release Status: ... More

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives. Seated at the table, from left to right, are Timothy Oppelt, director, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Tom Heenan, assistant manager of environmental management, Savannah River Site, U.S. Department of Energy; Col. James Heald, Vice Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S. Air Force; Gerald Boyd, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Energy; James Fiore, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Environmental Restoration, Department of Energy; Brig. Gen. Randall R. Starbuck, Commander 45th Space Wing, U.S. Air Force; Roy Bridges Jr., director of John F. Kennedy Space Center; Walter Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director, Technology Innovation Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the agencies have formed a consortium and are participating in a comparative study of three innovative techniques to be used in cleaning a contaminated area of Launch Complex 34. The study will be used to help improve groundwater cleanup processes nationally KSC-99pp0391

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum o...

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives. Seated a... More

Walter W. Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director of Technology Innovation Office for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, addresses representatives from Kennedy Space Center, the 45th Space Wing, and various federal environmental agencies gathered to attend a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing, taking place at the site of Launch Complex 34. The MOA formalizes the cooperative efforts of the federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives. NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the agencies have formed a consortium and are participating in a comparative study of three innovative techniques to be used in cleaning a contaminated area of Launch Complex 34. The study will be used to help improve groundwater cleanup processes nationally. Other attendees included Timothy Oppelt, director, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Tom Heenan, assistant manager of environmental management, Savannah River Site, U.S. Department of Energy; Col. James Heald, Vice Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S. Air Force; Gerald Boyd, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Energy; James Fiore, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Environmental Restoration, Department of Energy; Brig. Gen. Randall R. Starbuck, Commander 45th Space Wing, U.S. Air Force; and Roy Bridges Jr., director of John F. Kennedy Space Center KSC-99pp0389

Walter W. Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director of Technology Innovation Offic...

Walter W. Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director of Technology Innovation Office for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, addresses representatives from Kennedy Space Center, the 45th Space Wing, and various federa... More

Key participants in the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives, gather on top of the block house at Launch Complex 34. Motioning at right is Skip Chamberlain, program manager, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Energy. Others on the tour include Timothy Oppelt, director, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Tom Heenan, assistant manager of environmental management, Savannah River Site, U.S. Department of Energy; Col. James Heald, Vice Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S. Air Force; Gerald Boyd, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Energy; James Fiore, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Environmental Restoration, Department of Energy; Brig. Gen. Randall R. Starbuck, Commander 45th Space Wing, U.S. Air Force; Roy Bridges Jr., director of John F. Kennedy Space Center; Walter Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director, Technology Innovation Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the agencies have formed a consortium and are participating in a comparative study of three innovative techniques to be used in cleaning a contaminated area of Launch Complex 34. The study will be used to help improve groundwater cleanup processes nationally KSC-99pp0392

Key participants in the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement, formaliz...

Key participants in the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives, gather on top of the block ho... More

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives. Seated from left to right are Timothy Oppelt, director, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Tom Heenan, assistant manager of environmental management, Savannah River Site, U.S. Department of Energy; Col. James Heald, Vice Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S. Air Force; Gerald Boyd, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Energy; James Fiore, acting deputy assistant secretary, Office of Environmental Restoration, Department of Energy; Brig. Gen. Randall R. Starbuck, Commander 45th Space Wing, U.S. Air Force; Roy Bridges Jr., director of John F. Kennedy Space Center; Walter Kovalick Jr., Ph.D., director, Technology Innovation Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the agencies have formed a consortium and are participating in a comparative study of three innovative techniques to be used in cleaning a contaminated area of Launch Complex 34. The study will be used to help improve groundwater cleanup processes nationally KSC-99pp0390

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum o...

On the site of Launch Complex 34, key participants sign a Memorandum of Agreement, formalizing cooperative efforts of NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and federal agencies in ground-water cleanup initiatives. Seated f... More

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus passes a mock-up orbiter named Explorer on a trek through the KSC Visitor Complex. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. The ZE bus is being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex for two days to introduce the public to the concept KSC-99pp1253

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus passes a mock-up orbiter named Exp...

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus passes a mock-up orbiter named Explorer on a trek through the KSC Visitor Complex. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC ... More

KSC workers, with Center Director Roy Bridges (at right next to bus), head for the open door of the Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus and a ride around the center. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. Available to employees for viewing and a ride, the ZE bus is also being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex Oct. 26-27 KSC-99pp1251

KSC workers, with Center Director Roy Bridges (at right next to bus), ...

KSC workers, with Center Director Roy Bridges (at right next to bus), head for the open door of the Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus and a ride around the center. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancou... More

In front of the Headquarters Building at KSC, Center Director Roy Bridges (left) looks at the hydrogen-oxygen driven engine powering a Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. Available for viewing by employees, the ZE bus is also being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex Oct. 26-27 KSC-99pp1248

In front of the Headquarters Building at KSC, Center Director Roy Brid...

In front of the Headquarters Building at KSC, Center Director Roy Bridges (left) looks at the hydrogen-oxygen driven engine powering a Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of ... More

On view in front of the Headquarters Building, the Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus attracts an interested group of employees, including Center Director Roy Bridges (second from left in foreground). Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. Available for viewing by employees, the ZE bus is also being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex Oct. 26-27 KSC-99pp1250

On view in front of the Headquarters Building, the Zero Emissions (ZE)...

On view in front of the Headquarters Building, the Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus attracts an interested group of employees, including Center Director Roy Bridges (second from left in foreground). Provided by ... More

KSC employees, along with Center Director Roy Bridges (second from left), view the hydrogen-oxygen driven engine powering a Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. Available for viewing by employees, the ZE bus is also being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex Oct. 26-27 KSC-99pp1249

KSC employees, along with Center Director Roy Bridges (second from lef...

KSC employees, along with Center Director Roy Bridges (second from left), view the hydrogen-oxygen driven engine powering a Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, ... More

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus tours the KSC Visitor Complex for a test ride. In the background are a mock-up orbiter named Explorer (left) and a stack of solid rocket boosters and external tank (right), typically used on Shuttle launches. Provided by dbb fuel cell engines inc. of Vancouver, Canada, the ZE bus was brought to KSC as part of the Center's Alternative Fuel Initiatives Program. The bus uses a Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell in which hydrogen and oxygen, from atmospheric air, react to produce electricity that powers an electric motor drive system. The by-product "exhaust" from the fuel cell is water vapor, thus zero harmful emissions. A typical diesel-powered bus emits more than a ton of harmful pollutants from its exhaust every year. The ZE bus is being used on tour routes at the KSC Visitor Complex for two days to introduce the public to the concept KSC-99pp1252

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus tours the KSC Visitor Complex for ...

The Zero Emissions (ZE) transit bus tours the KSC Visitor Complex for a test ride. In the background are a mock-up orbiter named Explorer (left) and a stack of solid rocket boosters and external tank (right), t... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., members of the STS-101 crew learn how to manipulate the Russian crane Strela. At left is Yuri Malenchenko, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA); in the center is Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.); at right is Mission Specialist Jeffrey N. Williams. Other crew members are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott Horowitz, and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.) and Boris W. Morukov (RSA). The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1490

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., members of the STS-101 crew learn how to manipulate the Russian crane Strela. At left is Yuri Ma... More

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission from workers at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. At left are Mission Specialists Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko, who are with the Russian Space Agency. Other crew members are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott Horowitz, and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), Edward Lu, and Jeffrey N. Williams, The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1487

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), members of the STS-101 ...

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission from workers at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. At left are Mission Speci... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out some of the cargo that will be carried on their mission. From left are Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.) and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Boris W. Morukov, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA). Other crew members are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.) and Yuri Malenchenko, also with RSA. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1492

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out some of the cargo that will be carried on their mission. From lef... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.) and Yuri Malenchenko, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA) check out part of the Russian crane Strela. Other crew members are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott Horowitz, and Mission Specialists Jeffrey N. Williams, Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.) and Boris W. Morukov, also with RSA. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1491

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.) and Yuri Malenchenko, who is with the Russian Space... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out some of the cargo that will be carried on their mission. From left are Mission Specialists Boris W. Morukov, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko, also with RSA. Other crew members are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.) and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.) and Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.). The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1493

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out some of the cargo that will be carried on their mission. From lef... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission. At left are Mission Specialists Jeffrey N. Williams and Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.); at right are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., and Mission Specialist Boris W. Morukov, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA). Other crew members are Pilot Scott Horowitz, and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.) and Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1489

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla., members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission. At left... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission from workers at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. At left are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., and Mission Specialist Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.). Other crew members are Pilot Scott Horowitz, and Mission Specialists Edward Lu, Jeffrey N. Williams, and Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB's Logistics Double Module. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1488

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), members of the STS-101 crew learn about some of the cargo that will be on their mission from workers at SPACEHAB, in Cape Canaveral, ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload for their mission. The crew is composed of Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1496

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload for their mission. From left are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Mission Specialist Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.), Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.). Other crew members who are taking part in the CEIT are Mission Specialists Jeffrey N. Williams, and Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1495

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here they are checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module. The crew is composed of Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1499

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-10...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here they are checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module. The cre... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload for their mission. At left are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr. and Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.); seated on the floor is Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.). Other crew members who are taking part in the CEIT are Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber, (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1494

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload for their mission. From left are Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.) and Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.). Other crew members taking part in the CEIT are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1498

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), at right, talks with workers about the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module at left. The module is part of the payload for the mission. Lu and other crew members Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Boris W. Morukov and Yuri Malenchenko , who are with the Russian Space Agency , are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1503

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-10...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), at right, talks with workers about the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module at left. The module i... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.) and Boris W. Morukov, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA), stand inside the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module, part of the payload for their mission. They and other crew members Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko (also with RSA), are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1502

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-10...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.) and Boris W. Morukov, who is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA), st... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module are (left) Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), and (right) Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.). Other members of the crew taking part in the CEIT are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1500

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-10...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module are (left) Missio... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload for their mission. At right is Mission Specialist Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), who is assisted by a SPACEHAB worker. Other crew members taking part in the CEIT are Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1497

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members check out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module that will be part of the payload... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here they are checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module. The crew is composed of Commander James Donald Halsell Jr., Pilot Scott J. "Doc" Horowitz (Ph.D.), and Mission Specialists Mary Ellen Weber (Ph.D.), Edward Tsang Lu (Ph.D.), Jeffrey N. Williams, and Yuri Malenchenko and Boris W. Morukov, who are with the Russian Space Agency. The primary objective of the STS-101 mission is to complete the initial outfitting of the International Space Station, making it fully ready for the first long-term crew. The seven-member crew will transfer almost two tons of equipment and supplies from SPACEHAB. Additionally, they will unpack a shipment of supplies delivered earlier by a Russian Progress space tug and begin outfitting the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. Three astronauts will perform two space walks to transfer and install parts of the Russian Strela cargo boom that are attached to SPACEHAB's Integrated Cargo Container, connect utility cables between Zarya and Zvezda, and install a magnetometer/pole assembly on the Service Module. Additional activities for the STS-101 astronauts include working with the Space Experiment Module (SEM-06) and the Mission to America's Remarkable Schools (MARS), two educational initiatives. STS-101 is scheduled for launch no earlier than March 16, 2000 KSC-99pp1501

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-10...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At SPACEHAB, in Titusville, Fla., STS-101 crew members take part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Here they are checking out the SPACEHAB Logistics Double Module. The cre... More

Center Director Roy Bridges (left), wearing protective apron, gloves and face shield, watches as liquid nitrogen is poured into a container to freeze the plastic tubing for a special "ribbon-breaking" to open the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Bridges hit the section of tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor KSC-00pp0504

Center Director Roy Bridges (left), wearing protective apron, gloves a...

Center Director Roy Bridges (left), wearing protective apron, gloves and face shield, watches as liquid nitrogen is poured into a container to freeze the plastic tubing for a special "ribbon-breaking" to open t... More

Center Director Roy Bridges (left) dons protective apron, gloves and face shield before the "ribbon-breaking" to open the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ceremonial ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and frozen in liquid nitrogen for the event. Bridges hit the tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor KSC-00pp0503

Center Director Roy Bridges (left) dons protective apron, gloves and f...

Center Director Roy Bridges (left) dons protective apron, gloves and face shield before the "ribbon-breaking" to open the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ceremonial ribbon was replaced with p... More

Center Director Roy Bridges (center) is congratulated for the successful breaking of the ceremonial "ribbon" and the opening of the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and frozen in liquid nitrogen for the event. Bridges hit the tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor KSC-00pp0506

Center Director Roy Bridges (center) is congratulated for the successf...

Center Director Roy Bridges (center) is congratulated for the successful breaking of the ceremonial "ribbon" and the opening of the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ribbon was replaced with pl... More

A shower of frozen plastic signifies the successful breaking of the ceremonial "ribbon" at the opening of the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and frozen in liquid nitrogen for the event. Bridges hit the tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor KSC-00pp0505

A shower of frozen plastic signifies the successful breaking of the ce...

A shower of frozen plastic signifies the successful breaking of the ceremonial "ribbon" at the opening of the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and froze... More

A C-17 Globemaster III performs engine running offloads of the Army M1 Abrahms tank at the Geronimo Drop Zone, Fort Polk, Louisiana, during a Joint Expeditionary Forces Exercise (JEFEX). This is the first time that the C-17 has carried a tank and it is also the heaviest load to be delivered to this drop zone. The main objective of the JEFEX is to incorporate Air Force and Army initiatives by employing communications systems that enable information flow between forward deployed and rear elements in a joint environment

A C-17 Globemaster III performs engine running offloads of the Army M1...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Polk State: Louisiana (LA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Lisa M. Zunzanyika, USAF Release Status: Rel... More

US Army General Hugh Shelton, left, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, is greeted by US Air Force General Tony Robertson, Commander, Air Mobility Command, during his visit to Scott Air Force Base, Illinios. During the visit, GEN Shelton attended several mission briefings and toured the AIRMAN Leadership School and Nightingale Inn Dining Facility discussing retention and recruiting initiatives

US Army General Hugh Shelton, left, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of STAFF, i...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Scott Air Force Base State: Illinois (IL) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Loren Bonser, USAF Release Status:... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new ...

Photographer: David Valdez--HUD Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008 Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing... More

President George W. Bush signing of Executive Order 13198:  The Establishment of White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives

President George W. Bush signing of Executive Order 13198: The Establ...

Original caption: Original caption: President George W. Bush is surrounded by faith-based providers in the Indian Treaty Room of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building, where he signed Executive Ord... More

John Porter, Director of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, visitors look at astronauts' gloves worn during spacewalks.  The exhibit highlighted the Hubble Space Telescope 3B Servicing Mission (STS-109) in March 2002. The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space. NASA presented several paper sessions, including Hubble Discoveries and Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0622

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canavera...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, visitors look at astronauts' gloves worn during spacewalks. The exhibit highlighted the Hubble Space Telesc... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries" by Dr. Mark Clampin (with microphone), Advanced Camera for Surveys team, included an image of an eye (seen on the screen) comprising hundreds of photos of all the people who worked on Hubble. On the right is Frank Ceppolina, project manager, Hubble Space Telescope Development Project.   The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space. NASA presented several paper sessions, including Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0627

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaver...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries" by Dr. Mark Clampin (with microphone), Advanced Camera for Surveys team, included an image ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, visitors stop by the NASA display booth.   The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space. NASA presented several paper sessions, including Hubble Discoveries and Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0623

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaver...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, visitors stop by the NASA display booth. The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and sp... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., Frank Ceppolina, project manager, Hubble Space Telescope Development Project, gives a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries."  The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space. NASA presented several paper sessions, including Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0629

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaver...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., Frank Ceppolina, project manager, Hubble Space Telescope Development Project, gives a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries." The S... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, a visitor stops by the Florida Space Authority display booth. The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space.  NASA presented several paper sessions, including Hubble Discoveries and Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0625

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaver...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., held April 30 - May 3, a visitor stops by the Florida Space Authority display booth. The Space Congress is held annually to highli... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., attendees listen to a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries" by Frank Ceppolina, project manager, Hubble Space Telescope Development Project. The Space Congress is held annually to highlight military and space initiatives, new technologies, and Florida's role in programs and research.  This year's theme is Beginning a New Era - Initiatives in Space. NASA presented several paper sessions, including Advancements in Technology.  Space Congress is sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies KSC-02pd0626

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaver...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At the 2002 Space Congress, Cape Canaveral, Fla., attendees listen to a presentation on "Hubble Discoveries" by Frank Ceppolina, project manager, Hubble Space Telescope Development... More

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Audience listening to President George Bush, flanked by First Lady Laura Bush, discussing health and fitness initiatives and introducing the members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.

Audience listening to President George Bush, flanked by First Lady Lau...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Audience listening to President George Bush, flanked by First Lady Laura Bush, discussing health and fitness initiatives and introducing the members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.

Audience listening to President George Bush, flanked by First Lady Lau...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Washington, D.C., where President George Bush introduced members of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, and spoke on the President's Challenge Physical Activity and Fitness Awards Program, other initiatives

Attendees at the White House Fitness Expo on the White House lawn, Was...

Photographs Documenting the Secretary's Activities, and Agency Officials, Events, Programs, and Managed Sites

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Event: Faith-Based Initiatives Conference Subject Description: Participants, including Deputy Secretary Alphonso Jackson, and activities at the Faith-Bas... More

Faith-Based Initiatives Conference