Aladdin's Lamp

KABUL, Afghanistan -- Members of SOZO, a non-profit charity organization, cut a ribbon to symbolize the opening of computers to their students. After months of coordination, computers once used in various NATO offices found their way to a school in Afghanistan. Dubbed Aladdin's Lamp, a multi-national crew from the Heavy Airlift Wing transported more than 24 computers and 130 flat screen monitors from Eindhoven, The Netherlands, to Kandahar. From there, the equipment made its way to a final destination in Kabul and were donated to SOZO, a non-profit charity organization. The computers are now in a SOZO School, where teachers are educating more than 150 students. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kevin Williams)

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