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DAKHIL, Djibouti - Celes Hughes, staff assistant for Senator John Murtha, D-PA, Subcommittee on Defense, receives a mission brief from Seabees refurbishing a school dormitory in Dakhil, Djibouti, on December 11, 2008. The purpose of the visit was to demonstrate how U.S. Africa Command better enables the Department of Defense and other elements of the U.S. government to work in concert to achieve a more stable environment in Africa, in which political and economic growth can take place. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sergeant Stan Parker)
DAKHIL, Djibouti - Celes Hughes, staff assistant for Senator John Murtha, D-PA, Subcommittee on Defense, receives a mission brief from Seabees refurbishing a school dormitory in Dakhil, Djibouti, on December 11, 2008. The purpose of the visit was to demonstrate how U.S. Africa Command better enables the Department of Defense and other elements of the U.S. government to work in concert to achieve a more stable environment in Africa, in which political and economic growth can take place. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sergeant Stan Parker)
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