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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

4/1/2008 - LAS MESAS, Honduras - U.S. Army engineers remove a dilapidated schoolhouse window as part of Beyond the Horizon, an exercise that provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working at Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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Posted: 4/9/2008

U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras - Spc. Rich S. Snyder of the 672nd Engineer Company removes a dilapidated schoolhouse window during the unit?s two-week Annual Training. U.S. Army engineers are among the personnel participating in Beyond the Horizon, an exercise that provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. Soldiers working in Las Mesas will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras - Sgt. Juan M. Ozuna from the 672nd Engineer Company repairs a dilapidated schoolhouse during their Annual Training. U.S. Army engineers are among the personnel participating in Beyond the Horizon, a training exercise that provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. Soldiers working in Las Mesas will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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Posted: 4/9/2008

Just the beginningJust the beginning
Just the beginning

SOTO CANO AIR BASE, Honduras--Army Sgt. Jose G. Colon of the 756th Engineer Company from Ceiba, Puerto Rico, digs out the site of a new lavatory in Las Mesas, Honduras during Beyond the Horizon 2008. Host unit Joint Task Force-Bravo has issued more than 8,000 gallons of fuel for BTH activities. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Anthony Reagan )
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Posted: 4/9/2008

Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Spc. Cecil L. Lawson of Sterling, Ill., plays soccer with children in Florida de Marcala during the opening ceremony for Beyond the Horizon, a joint endeavor between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects.
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Posted: 4/4/2008

Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Sgt. Keith S. Day of the 3rd Civil Affairs Group from Camp Pendleton, Calif., speaks with a local in Florida de Marcala before the opening ceremony for Beyond the Horizon, a combined effort between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects in several towns across the country through June.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Sgt. Keith S. Day of the 3rd Civil Affairs Group from Camp Pendleton, Calif., speaks with some of the children of Florida de Marcala before the opening ceremony for Beyond the Horizon, a combined effort between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects in several towns across the country through June.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Pvt. Jacob E. Green of the 872nd Maintenance Company from Ogden, Utah, has some fun with a local boy in Florida de Marcala during the Beyond the Horizon opening festivities. BTH is a joint endeavor between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Lance Cpl. Michael V. Milone of the 4th Combat Engineer Battalion Headquarters Company in Baltimore plays soccer with some local youths at Florida de Marcala during the opening celebrations for Beyond the Horizon, a joint endeavor between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects. Soldiers from Honduras and the U.S. will build a a new two-room school, a bathroom and a water tower in Marcala.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Lance Cpl. Adam P. Eisenmenger from delta company in Knoxville, Tenn., of the 4th Combat Engineer Battalion plays soccer with the children of Florida de Marcala during the opening ceremony of Beyond the Horizon. BTH is a joint operation between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Local children show their patriotism at Florida de Marcala, the site of the opening ceremony for Beyond the Horizon, a joint endeavor between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects. Soldiers from Honduras and the U.S. will build a a new two-room school, a bathroom and a water tower in Marcala.
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Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras
Beyond the Horizon 2008 begins in Honduras

Local children display their support for the visiting country in Florida de Marcala, the site of the opening ceremony for Beyond the Horizon. BTH is a joint endeavor between the U.S. and Honduran militaries to provide medical services to Honduran citizens and complete construction projects. Soldiers from Honduras and the U.S. will build a a new two-room school, a bathroom and a water tower in Marcala.
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Posted: 4/4/2008

    

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