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MAGU, Tanzania - A local musician plays the bongo drums prior to the Magu water dedication ceremony in Tanzania, January 21, 2009. The Magu water project provides much needed clean drinking water to thousands of residents in the Magu region of Tanzania and is an example of how Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa develops and nurtures partnerships to promote regional cooperation and create an environment for development. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sergeant Joseph L. Swafford Jr.)
MAGU, Tanzania - A local musician plays the bongo drums prior to the Magu water dedication ceremony in Tanzania, January 21, 2009. The Magu water project provides much needed clean drinking water to thousands of residents in the Magu region of Tanzania and is an example of how Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa develops and nurtures partnerships to promote regional cooperation and create an environment for development. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sergeant Joseph L. Swafford Jr.)
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