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Nadjeshda helps disabled children with support from Transit Center
Master Sgt. Jerry Molina, an Airman from the Transit Center at Manas, Kyrgyzstan, helps a boy with cerebral palsy color during a special education class at the Nadjeshda Children's Center April 27, 2010. Nadjeshda is home for 60 children and teenagers who are disabled in different ways. With the help of adults, children there are able to learn to sign, draw, study, work and have fun using various methods of therapy. U.S. Airmen have supported Nadjeshda for the last six years, helping rebuild and repair the facility and spending time with the children. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carolyn Viss)

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