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U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Tom, a construction mechanic deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unhooks a trailer carrying equipment being used to build wells in Huanta, Peru, in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Tom, a construction mechanic deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unhooks a trailer carrying equipment being used to build wells in Huanta, Peru, in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

A Peruvian soldier explains the Peruvian rank structure to U.S. Marine Sgt. Alan Parvis, deployed from the 4th Civil Affairs Group at Anacostia Naval Annex, District of Columbia, and Airman 1st Class George Monroe, deployed from Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., June 6, during a visit to Huanta, Peru, the construction site where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

A Peruvian soldier explains the Peruvian rank structure to U.S. Marine Sgt. Alan Parvis, deployed from the 4th Civil Affairs Group at Anacostia Naval Annex, District of Columbia, and Airman 1st Class George Monroe, deployed from Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., June 6, during a visit to Huanta, Peru, the construction site where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy servicemembers, deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unload equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy servicemembers, deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unload equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy Petty Officers 2nd Class Brad Tom and Kevin Furtado, construction mechanics deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unhook a trailer carrying equipment being used to build wells in Huanta, Peru, in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy Petty Officers 2nd Class Brad Tom and Kevin Furtado, construction mechanics deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unhook a trailer carrying equipment being used to build wells in Huanta, Peru, in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Chad Rieckmann, an equipment operator deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unloads equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Chad Rieckmann, an equipment operator deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unloads equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy servicemembers, deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unload equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

U.S. Navy servicemembers, deployed from Golf Port, Miss., unload equipment at the construction site in Huanta, Peru, where wells are being built in support of New Horizons Peru 2008, a humanitarian event that benefits underprivileged Peruvians. U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy servicemembers came together to build new schools, clinics, and water wells which will accommodate nearly 5,200 Peruvians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tracie Forte)

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