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CHEBELLIER, Djibouti (January 23, 2008) -- Villagers from Chebellier dance before a performance by the U.S. Central Command Air Forces Band Live Round January 23. The band performed nine shows over five days for U.S. servicemembers and Djiboutians. In early February in Chebellier, U.S. Marines also used wood and tarp to build a new cover for the village well to protect it from the harsh Djiboutian climate and ensure clean drinking water. The Marines also want to improve the school in Chebellier, which has no electricity and no study materials for the students. (photo by Sgt. Alec Kleinsmith, U.S. Marine Corps)
CHEBELLIER, Djibouti (January 23, 2008) -- Villagers from Chebellier dance before a performance by the U.S. Central Command Air Forces Band Live Round January 23. The band performed nine shows over five days for U.S. servicemembers and Djiboutians. In early February in Chebellier, U.S. Marines also used wood and tarp to build a new cover for the village well to protect it from the harsh Djiboutian climate and ensure clean drinking water. The Marines also want to improve the school in Chebellier, which has no electricity and no study materials for the students. (photo by Sgt. Alec Kleinsmith, U.S. Marine Corps)
CHEBELLIER, Djibouti (January 23, 2008) -- Villagers from Chebellier dance before a performance by the U.S. Central Command Air Forces Band Live Round January 23. The band performed nine shows over five days for U.S. servicemembers and Djiboutians. In early February in Chebellier, U.S. Marines also used wood and tarp to build a new cover for the village well to protect it from the harsh Djiboutian climate and ensure clean drinking water. The Marines also want to improve the school in Chebellier, which has no electricity and no study materials for the students. (photo by Sgt. Alec Kleinsmith, U.S. Marine Corps)
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