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JSC Employees Help in Katrina Relief Efforts
09.02.05
 
Francisco Hernandez supporting community relief efforts + High resolution photo (1.2 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (73 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36188 (2 September 2005) --- Francisco Hernandez joins other NASA Johnson Space Center employees who are supporting community relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways. (Image credit: NASA)

Robert Boyle supporting community relief efforts + High resolution photo (1.6 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (100 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36189 (2 September 2005) --- Robert Boyle joins other NASA Johnson Space Center employees who are supporting community relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways. (Image credit: NASA)

NASA JSC employees supporting community relief efforts + High resolution photo (1.4 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (81 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36187 (2 September 2005) --- NASA Johnson Space Center employees are supporting community relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways. Ernesto Gaitan carries water, Francisco Hernandez (dark blue shirt) is about to take the water out of the mini van and Robert Boyle (yellow shirt) waits to lend a hand. (Image credit: NASA)

NASA JSC employees supporting community relief efforts + High resolution photo (1.7 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (113 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36190 (2 September 2005) --- NASA Johnson Space Center employees are supporting community relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways. Pictured here are, from the left, Timothy Pelischen, Steve Schenfeld, Francisco Hernandez and Robert Boyle. (Image credit: NASA)

Dennis Hayes and Stephanie Grizzle supporting community relief efforts + High resolution photo (1.5 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (93 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36191 (2 September 2005) --- Dennis Hayes and Stephanie Grizzle join other NASA Johnson Space Center employees who are supporting community relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in a variety of ways. (Image credit: NASA)

Medical personnel wait to transport patients + High resolution photo (1.1 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (81 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36154 (2 September) --- Medical personnel wait to transport patients being evacuated from New Orleans off a military cargo plane parked in front of NASA Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 at Ellington Field, Houston. (Image credit: NASA)

NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.2 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (68 Kb)




NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (84 Kb)




NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.5 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (100 Kb)




NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.2 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (79 Kb)




NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.4 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (98 Kb)




NASA JSC Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 + High resolution photo (1.4 Mb)
+ Low resolution photo (98 Kb)




JSC2005-E-36161(2 September 2005) --- NASA Johnson Space Center Aircraft Operations Hangar 990 at Ellington Field, Houston, has been used as a triage location this week for medical patients evacuated by air from New Orleans to pass through on their way to Houston-area medical facilities. (Image credit: NASA)