Marine Reservists Use Skills to Help Peruvians
During July, leathernecks from Marine Wing Support Squadron 472 (-) out of Naval Air Station, Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove, Pa.; Detachment "Alpha," MWSS-472 out of Wyoming, Pa.; and Det "Bravo" out of Chicopee, Mass., neared completion of a schoolhouse in San Jose and a medical clinic in Yanamilla, located in the Ayacucho region of Peru. Their efforts were a part of New Horizons-Peru 2008, an annual U.S. Southern Commandsponsored program designed to bring humanitarian assistance to Latin American and Caribbean nations.
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