Kabile, Bulgaria: U.S. Air Force Wages War Against Decay at Kindergarden

Written by on August 21, 2016 in Bulgaria, Miscellaneous - 5 Comments

Members of the 164th Airlift Wing of the United States Air Force, along with other divisions, waged war in Kabile today. The village close to Yambol houses a kindergarden, for ages one to seven. That facility was decaying. So, the U.S. soldiers fought a long fight. The outcome is very positive, since that kindergarden looks and feels like new.

According to the Defense Video Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS), which seems to be affiliated with the U.S. Armed Forces, the soldiers installed new tiles, toilets and sinks. That heavy fought battle also included painting the facility, laminating the floor in the classroom and fumbling around with the ancient electrical system.

In addition, the Air Force attacked the bushes, which were covering the play area. Those plants quickly surrendered, unconditionally, on a hot day in August of 2016. No prisoners were taken. Benches were replaced and even street lights were repaired. All of this amounts to a fully blown renovation job, the whole enchilada. The “Operation Kindergarden” was a big success.

Forty kids will be happy to see the outcome, when they return from their summer holiday.

The 164th Airlift Wing is stationed in Novo Selo.

By Imanuel Marcus

Renovation picture by MSgt Kendra Owenby.

U.S. Air Force soldiers.
U.S. Air Force soldiers.
The renovation job in Kabile, Bulgaria.
The renovation job in Kabile, Bulgaria.



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