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New Horizons team, Belizean contractors ready five construction sites

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at a school in Hattieville, Belize, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be building a preschool for local children at this site. The current preschool has a number of structural problems and lacks adequate plumbing. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Staff Sgt. Eliseo Guerrero and Master Sgt. Scott Stambaugh, New Horizons Port Team logistic managers, assess the height of the power lines at the Belmopan New Horizons Hospital addition, March 7. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct a hospital ward in Belmopan, three schools in Belize City, and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Staff Sgt. Eliseo Guerrero and Master Sgt. Scott Stambaugh, New Horizons Port Team logistic managers, assess the height of the power lines at the Belmopan New Horizons Hospital addition, March 7. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct a hospital ward in Belmopan, three schools in Belize City, and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at the Stella Maris School for children with disabilities in Belize City, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct three schools in Belize City and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at the Stella Maris School for children with disabilities in Belize City, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct three schools in Belize City and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at the Stella Maris School for children with disabilities in Belize City, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct three schools in Belize City and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Belizean contractors prepare to level a concrete slab at the Stella Maris School for children with disabilities in Belize City, March 7. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. Civil engineers from both the U.S. and Belize will construct three schools in Belize City and one school in Hattieville. The schools will support furthering the education of children in the country. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Heavy rains have delayed construction at the New Horizons Edward P. York School construction site, March 7. Once the ground dries out, Belizean contractors will pour the concrete slab. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Heavy rains have delayed construction at the New Horizons Edward P. York School construction site, March 7. Once the ground dries out, Belizean contractors will pour the concrete slab. New Horizons engineering personnel and members of the Belize Defence Force will be adding an addition to this school after the exercise kicks off April 2. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

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