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DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti - Members of the 9th Provisional Security Force, Alpha Company, Second Platoon sort books to be distributed to several schools in Djibouti on March 21, 2009. More than 15,000 books were received as part of Project Handclasp, a program which coordinates transportation and delivery of humanitarian and educational materials donated by various organizations. (Photo by Master Sergeant Loren Bonser, U.S. Air Force)
DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti - Members of the 9th Provisional Security Force, Alpha Company, Second Platoon sort books to be distributed to several schools in Djibouti on March 21, 2009. More than 15,000 books were received as part of Project Handclasp, a program which coordinates transportation and delivery of humanitarian and educational materials donated by various organizations. (Photo by Master Sergeant Loren Bonser, U.S. Air Force)
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