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DIRE DAWA, Ethiopia - A member of the Gugure Clan embraces U.S. Navy Captain Scott R. Vasina, Strategic Communications director, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa.   A new well was dedicated in the Adiga Falima area of Dire Dawa November 29, 2010.  Members of the U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 7 (NMCB-7) completed the well June 14.  This is the first of seven hand-pump-operated wells the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) committed to drill in the Dire Dawa region. (U.S. Army photo by Specialist Sheri Carter)
DIRE DAWA, Ethiopia - A member of the Gugure Clan embraces U.S. Navy Captain Scott R. Vasina, Strategic Communications director, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa. A new well was dedicated in the Adiga Falima area of Dire Dawa November 29, 2010. Members of the U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 7 (NMCB-7) completed the well June 14. This is the first of seven hand-pump-operated wells the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) committed to drill in the Dire Dawa region. (U.S. Army photo by Specialist Sheri Carter)
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