Michael Chertoff with FEMA officials after Katrina
Atlanta, Ga., August 30, 2005 -- Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff (dark suit) speaks with FEMA Region IV representatives concerning the response to Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina caused extensive damage along the U.S. gulf coast. FEMA/Mark Wolfe
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