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Inside the black aluminum hurricane doors: Inside the aluminum hurricane door

Inside the large black aluminum doors that line the back wall of the interior hallway at the Washington Navy Yard were two doors that were sealed and insulated by the exterior of the building, according to a defense official.

The doors, which are believed to be black, were in place in the Navy Yard when the hurricane hit and are believed not to have been used in the attacks that killed 16 people.

The door is believed to have stopped the floodwaters from rushing in when the building was hit by the hurricane, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation.

The doors were built to withstand hurricanes, but the military was concerned about the possibility that the doors could not be kept open, according a Navy official who spoke about the door design to The Washington Times on condition of not being identified.

The Pentagon has said it is looking into whether any military personnel were in the building during the storm.

The Navy official said the doors are not expected to be used in future attacks, but if they were they would be sealed and secured with the exterior.

The official said there was no information on whether the doors were still in place or if the door designs were in use.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was at the Pentagon for a briefing with the president and other senior military officials on Wednesday, but he was not at the building when the door doors were installed.

The Navy has said the door was made to withstand a hurricane hit, but did not say if that was when it was used.

A Navy official, speaking on condition in keeping with Navy policy, declined to provide any further details about the doors.

The Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence also were investigating the possible impact of the hurricane on the building.

In response to questions about the possible damage caused by the storm, a White House official said, “the storm was not catastrophic, but we will not be commenting on its potential impact.”

The storm brought heavy rain, wind gusts up to 50 mph, and a strong tornado touched down in North Carolina and South Carolina.

A tornado was also reported in Oklahoma, and the National Weather Service said a tornado touched Downers Grove, Illinois.

The storm also brought mudslides that were damaging at least two homes in the St. Charles County community of Rockford, Illinois, according the National Flood Insurance Program.

An official from the National Center for Disaster Mitigation said the National Hurricane Center, which monitors the storm’s impact on the U.S., has been informed of the damage.

A tornado touched a house in the area of East St. Louis, Missouri, on Wednesday afternoon.

It was one of more than a dozen tornadoes that hit the area in the past two days, the National Forecasters office said.