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Gabriela Mistral School site activity

U.S. Tech. Sgt. Erik Barber, an Arlington, Texas, native with the 610th Security Forces Squadron, out of Carswell, Texas, switches hats with one of the Honduran Army’s 15th Battalion soldiers at the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. Honduran and U.S. military members are working together to provide protection to New Horizons Honduras 2015 personnel during the training exercise. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Tech. Sgt. Erik Barber, an Arlington, Texas, native with the 610th Security Forces Squadron, out of Carswell, Texas, switches hats with one of the Honduran Army’s 15th Battalion soldiers at the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. Honduran and U.S. military members are working together to provide protection to New Horizons Honduras 2015 personnel during the training exercise. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

Honduran Army Soldier Luis Martinez, 15th Battalion, provides protection to the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site June 5, 2015, in Ocotes Alto, Honduras. Honduran Army soldiers and U.S. Air Force security forces Airmen are working together throughout the duration of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise to provide 24-hour security at both the school site, the Honduras Aguan well site and during the vector-borne disease survey program in Tocoa. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

Honduran Army Soldier Luis Martinez, 15th Battalion, provides protection to the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site June 5, 2015, in Ocotes Alto, Honduras. Honduran Army soldiers and U.S. Air Force security forces Airmen are working together throughout the duration of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise to provide 24-hour security at both the school site, the Honduras Aguan well site and during the vector-borne disease survey program in Tocoa. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Andrew Smith, a combat engineer with a 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., tosses a football back and forth with others during a lunch break at Gabriela Mistral primary school in Ocotoes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school project is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015, an annual humanitarian and training exercise put on by U.S. Southern Command. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Andrew Smith, a combat engineer with a 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., tosses a football back and forth with others during a lunch break at Gabriela Mistral primary school in Ocotoes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school project is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015, an annual humanitarian and training exercise put on by U.S. Southern Command. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Army Capt. Tina Cordova, 81st Civil Affairs Battalion civil affairs officer out of Fort Hood, Texas, and Hope Mills, N.C. native, and U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Jerry Moreira, 81st CAB civil affairs NCOIC, from Manta, Ecuador, engage with Arnulfo Lopez, an Ocotes Alto, Honduras, during a visit to residences surrounding the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015, while being escorted by members of the Honduran Army’s 15th Battalion. Civil affairs is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise which also involves members of the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Army Capt. Tina Cordova, 81st Civil Affairs Battalion civil affairs officer out of Fort Hood, Texas, and Hope Mills, N.C. native, and U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Jerry Moreira, 81st CAB civil affairs NCOIC, from Manta, Ecuador, engage with Arnulfo Lopez, an Ocotes Alto, Honduras, during a visit to residences surrounding the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015, while being escorted by members of the Honduran Army’s 15th Battalion. Civil affairs is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise which also involves members of the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Air Force Capt. Austin McKinney, 12th Air Force assessments officer in charge, and Detroit, Mich. native, works with U.S. Air Force Maj. Tara Richards, 10th Air Force, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, New Horizons exercise deputy commander and Warner Robins, Ga. native, to sand down old desks at the Gabriela Mistral primary school in Ocotoes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school site is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise going on throughout the Trujillo and Tocoa, Honduras regions. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Air Force Capt. Austin McKinney, 12th Air Force assessments officer in charge, and Detroit, Mich. native, works with U.S. Air Force Maj. Tara Richards, 10th Air Force, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, New Horizons exercise deputy commander and Warner Robins, Ga. native, to sand down old desks at the Gabriela Mistral primary school in Ocotoes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school site is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise going on throughout the Trujillo and Tocoa, Honduras regions. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Andrew Smith, a combat engineer with a 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., builds a form for the windows of the new two-classroom school building at the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The Marines are working together with the 823rd Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron out of Hurlburt Field, Fla., to construct a two-classroom school house as part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Andrew Smith, a combat engineer with a 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., builds a form for the windows of the new two-classroom school building at the Gabriela Mistral primary school construction site in Ocotes Alto, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The Marines are working together with the 823rd Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron out of Hurlburt Field, Fla., to construct a two-classroom school house as part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

Airmen from the 823rd Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron, out of Hurlburt Field, Fla. and Marines from the 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., move bricks at the Gabriela Mistral school site in Ocotes Alto near Trujillo, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school site is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise going on throughout the Trujillo and Tocoa, Honduras regions. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

Airmen from the 823rd Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron, out of Hurlburt Field, Fla. and Marines from the 271st Marine Wing Support Squadron, 2nd Marine Air Wing, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., move bricks at the Gabriela Mistral school site in Ocotes Alto near Trujillo, Honduras, June 5, 2015. The school site is one part of the New Horizons Honduras 2015 training exercise going on throughout the Trujillo and Tocoa, Honduras regions. New Horizons was launched in the 1980s and is an annual joint humanitarian assistance exercise that U.S. Southern Command conducts with a partner nation in Central America, South America or the Caribbean. The exercise improves joint training readiness of U.S. and partner nation civil engineers, medical professionals and support personnel through humanitarian assistance activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David J. Murphy/Released)

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