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Continuing construction at Crooked Tree Government Primary School

Senior Airman Ryan Peters, structural worker from the 823rd RED HORSE Squadron, removes excess texture coating from the walls of Crooked Tree Government Primary School May 24, 2013. Civil Engineers from both the U.S. and Belize are constructing various structures at schools throughout Belize as part of an exercise called New Horizons. Building these facilities will support further education for the children of the country and provide valuable training for U.S. and Belizean service members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Holly Hess)

Senior Airman Ryan Peters, structural worker from the 823rd RED HORSE Squadron, removes excess texture coating from the walls of Crooked Tree Government Primary School May 24, 2013. Civil Engineers from both the U.S. and Belize are constructing various structures at schools throughout Belize as part of an exercise called New Horizons. Building these facilities will support further education for the children of the country and provide valuable training for U.S. and Belizean service members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Holly Hess)

Senior Airman Stephanie Cannon, medical technician from the 92nd Medical Operations Squadron removes excess texture coating from the walls of Crooked Tree Government Primary School May 24, 2013. Civil Engineers from both the U.S. and Belize are constructing various structures at schools throughout Belize as part of an exercise called New Horizons. Building these facilities will support further education for the children of the country and provide valuable training for U.S. and Belizean service members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Holly Hess)

Senior Airman Stephanie Cannon, medical technician from the 92nd Medical Operations Squadron removes excess texture coating from the walls of Crooked Tree Government Primary School May 24, 2013. Civil Engineers from both the U.S. and Belize are constructing various structures at schools throughout Belize as part of an exercise called New Horizons. Building these facilities will support further education for the children of the country and provide valuable training for U.S. and Belizean service members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Holly Hess)

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