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Photo of the Week – Thumbs Up!

Posted in Photo of the Week by Recovery.gov on June 22, 2011
ARM Precipitation Radar

Photo contributed to the Recovery.gov Flickr Group by ARM Climate Research Facility

Workers at the Southern Great Plains celebrate the installation of the first of three X-band scanning ARM precipitation radars that will be installed thanks to the Recovery Act. Pictured in photo: Rick McMillen (second from left), SGP site operations, and (remaining left to right) Stephen Deramus, Walter Romero, and Marcus Smith, Radtec Engineering, Inc.

Photo by Lynne Roeder

To see more photos of Recovery projects or add your own photos, visit the Recovery.gov Flickr Group.

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  1. Howard Stevenson (@ronstevie) said, on August 11, 2011 at 11:02 pm

    Mr. President.. I worked for your ellectiob by knocking on doors and gave my mone to your campagin. I want to do so again…But I am wondering why you and the democrats are not putting specific Job Programs in Full detail and sell them to the Public. Please stop letting the Republicans and the Tea Party define your actions. Stop giving in to them. You give and give and get nothing in turn. You stated during your campagin that you would rather be a Good One Time president than be a two term bad President. Lets do that. Take it to the republicans, tea party and Blue Coat Democrats. Make them take a stand and let the public see them as they are. You should study what President FDR did. we may have to go back and look at what he did. Take back some of our money from our wars and the money paid back from The Stimlus and pay for your Jobs Program. Mr. President….please do something…you are our last opportunity. Please do something…Thank you. God Bless you and you family….Howard Stevenson. ho wardstevenson78@yahoo.com
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  2. James Smith said, on October 3, 2011 at 7:31 pm

    Looks like something good came out of the Recovery Act. Hope we can get this economy moving again. Thankfully with the oil and gas industry here in Oklahoma we have not been as hard hit as some in the nation.

  3. Online Gym said, on December 13, 2012 at 10:15 am

    These ARM precipitation radars are very helpful. the recovery act is saving construction jobs, driving demand for new equipment and delivering better and more efficient infrastructure. In 2009, the Stimulus helped the solar industry create 18,000 jobs. Way to go guys.


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