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Airman winterize windows to keep kindergarten warm

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan -  Staff Sgt. Katie Blair, 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Structures Quality Assurance Evaluator, staples plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten Nov. 17.  The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter.  Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan - Staff Sgt. Katie Blair, 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Structures Quality Assurance Evaluator, staples plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten Nov. 17. The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter. Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan -  Staff Sgt. James Procaccini (left), 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron humanitarian assistance, and Tech Sgt. Ron Warlick, 376th Expeditionary Communications Squadron, staple plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten as children return to class from a break Nov. 17.  The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter.  Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan - Staff Sgt. James Procaccini (left), 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron humanitarian assistance, and Tech Sgt. Ron Warlick, 376th Expeditionary Communications Squadron, staple plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten as children return to class from a break Nov. 17. The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter. Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan -  Staff Sgt. Thomas Love (left), 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron humanitarian assistance, and Tech Sgt. Ron Warlick, 376th Expeditionary Communications Squadron, staple plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten as children look out the window Nov. 17.  The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter.  Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

VASILIEVSKOE VILLAGE, Kyrgyzstan - Staff Sgt. Thomas Love (left), 376th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron humanitarian assistance, and Tech Sgt. Ron Warlick, 376th Expeditionary Communications Squadron, staple plastic over 20-year-old windows at Vasilievskoe Kindergarten as children look out the window Nov. 17. The plastic will create a vapor barrier allowing most of the warm air to stay in the facility during Winter. Over $10,000 have been spent on renovations for the school to include new windows and doors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)