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MORONI, Comoros - Comorian President Ahmed Abdallan Mohamed Sambi (right), and U.S. Ambassador to the Comoros and Madagascar Niels Marquadt (2nd from right) commend U.S. Navy Seabees on their finished efforts at the Hamramba school dedication in Moroni, Comoros, May 11, 2010.  U.S. Navy Mobile Construction Battalions and Comorian military engineers completed the two-year project consisting of eight classrooms and 10 latrines.  (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Bruns)
MORONI, Comoros - Comorian President Ahmed Abdallan Mohamed Sambi (right), and U.S. Ambassador to the Comoros and Madagascar Niels Marquadt (2nd from right) commend U.S. Navy Seabees on their finished efforts at the Hamramba school dedication in Moroni, Comoros, May 11, 2010. U.S. Navy Mobile Construction Battalions and Comorian military engineers completed the two-year project consisting of eight classrooms and 10 latrines. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Bruns)
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