Hurricane Katrina Pictures - Friday 9/2/05

AP Photo - With the military in place in New Orleans, the evacuations began in earnest on Friday. Army chaplain Capt. Thomas Holmes, left, and Spc. Jeffrey Madden of the 4th Infantry Division out of Fort Hood load one refugee into a helicopter.
AP Photo - President Bush visited the battered Gulf Coast communities on Friday, hoping to boost the spirits of increasingly desperate storm victims. From Marine One, the president got a close look at the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina.
During his walking tour of Biloxi, Miss., President Bush offered comfort to Debra Foster as he talked to Charles Foster on Friday. The president met with the Fosters and other survivors of Katrina at a Salvation Army food line.
AP Photo - During a walking tour of Biloxi, Miss., President Bush stopped to offer comfort to Bronwynn Bassier, 23, and her sister Kim Bassier, 21, left, on Friday.
AP Photo - Two unidentified New Orleans residents who are refugees from Hurricane Katrina rest in a shelter run by the American Red Cross and Salvation Army at Lost Mountain Park in Powder Springs, Ga.
AP Photo - A hand-painted sign outside a New Orleans business warns away looters.
AP Photo - A man points directions to a Coast Guard search helicopter while floating through debris in a raft constructed of a refrigerator, lumber and a steel drum in New Orleans.
AP Photo - A refinery along the Mississippi River starts production between Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
AP Photo - Thousands wait to be evacuated outside the Superdome.
In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, air crewmen survey the damage over Mississippi as they travel to Stennis Space Center, Miss. Mr. Larry W. Kachelhofer, U.S. Navy - AP PHOTO
President Bush speaks during a briefing with government officials on damage from Hurricane Katrina in Mobile, Ala. Bush is touring the Gulf Coast communities battered by the storm, hoping to boost the spirits of increasingly desperate storm victims and exhausted rescuers. Susan Walsh AP PHOTO
AP Photo - A U.S. Coast Guard vessel heads south on the Mississippi River past a fire on the east side of New Orleans, La., early Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, firefighters say they will let the fire burn itself out.