Recovery Efforts

Some articles on efforts, recovery, effort, recovery efforts:

Mackay Trophy - Awardees - 2000s
... Whited For performing heroic rescue efforts in record time for victims of the USS Cole attack during the 6,000 mile round-trip journey between Aden, Yemen, Djibouti, and Ramstein Air Base, Germany ... On that date Knife 04 was chalk two on a short notice tasking for an urgent personnel recovery mission behind enemy lines ... levels was accomplished through superior effort and ability from the crew ...
Michael D. Brown - Bush Administration Service
... and the Senate confirmed him many months later after the recovery efforts in New York had subsided ... Brown oversaw the recovery efforts for New York and surrounding states with the White House Office of Domestic Policy's Reuben Jeffery III who later became chairman of the ... was named Brown's deputy and given operational control of search and rescue and recovery efforts ...
Cyclura Cychlura Figginsi - Conservation - Recovery Efforts
... captive breeding program in order to aid the recovery of Exuma Island Iguanas ... the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park in an effort to establish the species in a protected area ...
Stafford Disaster Relief And Emergency Assistance Act - Criticisms
... with the Stafford Act in the Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts ... slow response from Washington to diagnose and resolve issues with recovery efforts ... of the Stafford Act focus on human rights issues that are present during emergencies and recovery efforts ...
MV New Flame - Recovery Efforts
... Removal of the vessel’s fuel was initiated on 15 August with the arrival of the tug Hua-An, later joined by the tug Fotiy Krylov (one of the largest of the world) ... It was the first priority of the salvage operation to minimise the environmental impact of the collision, followed by operations to refloat the ship ...

Famous quotes containing the words efforts and/or recovery:

    Those great efforts of intellect, upon which the mind sometimes touches, are such that it cannot maintain itself there. It only leaps to them, not as upon a throne, forever, but merely for an instant.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    With any recovery from morbidity there must go a certain healthy humiliation.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)