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ALI SABIEH, Djibouti - Uma Sbdo, a student at Ali Sabieh school, studies in her French class, December 19, 2009. U.S. Seabees deployed to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa began working on the Ali Sabieh school in April, renovating the school's roof, sidewalk, fence, bathrooms and installing new doors and windows. (Master Sergeant Carlotta Holley, CJTF-HOA)
ALI SABIEH, Djibouti - Uma Sbdo, a student at Ali Sabieh school, studies in her French class, December 19, 2009. U.S. Seabees deployed to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa began working on the Ali Sabieh school in April, renovating the school's roof, sidewalk, fence, bathrooms and installing new doors and windows. (Master Sergeant Carlotta Holley, CJTF-HOA)
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