LTC Amy McCall, left, teaches one of the children from the Christian Center Orphanage for mentally and physically handicapped children in Tulcea how to take a photo. The Orphanage has been recently re

LTC Amy McCall, left, teaches one of the children from the Christian Center Orphanage for mentally and physically handicapped children in Tulcea how to take a photo. The Orphanage has been recently renovated by U.S. Army Europe through a Humanitarian Assistance Program overseen by the U.S. Embassy's Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC).  (Lucian Crusoveanu / Public Diplomacy Office)
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LTC Amy McCall, left, teaches one of the children from the Christian Center Orphanage for mentally and physically handicapped children in Tulcea how to take a photo. The Orphanage has been recently renovated by U.S. Army Europe through a Humanitarian Assistance Program overseen by the U.S. Embassy's Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC). (Lucian Crusoveanu / Public Diplomacy Office)

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