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DJIBOUTI - Constructionman Haani Leah and Constructionman Bianca Manzanero, Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74 Detail Horn of Africa, mix sand, cement, lime and water in a mortar mixer to create stucco for use in constructing the Primary School in Djibouti on December 12, 2010. NMCB 74 Det. HOA is currently deployed to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to assist in building partner nation capacity and promoting regional stability. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Lindsey)
DJIBOUTI - Constructionman Haani Leah and Constructionman Bianca Manzanero, Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 74 Detail Horn of Africa, mix sand, cement, lime and water in a mortar mixer to create stucco for use in constructing the Primary School in Djibouti on December 12, 2010. NMCB 74 Det. HOA is currently deployed to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to assist in building partner nation capacity and promoting regional stability. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Lindsey)
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Seabees Build Djibouti School

A team of U.S. Navy Seabees began construction on the Ecole 5 school in Djibouti, June 2010. The school, which will be attended by approximately 1,200 students, is scheduled to be completed by early 2011.

"We're planning to build a 6,508 square foot building," said U.S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Joseph Waddell, Ecole 5 project supervisor. "Right now we're going to be building new columns for stability and structural integrity."

Waddell leads a team of seven sailors,