DJERBA ZARIS, TUNISIA -- An Egyptian girl explores the interior of the U.S. Air Force C-130J.

DJERBA ZARIS, TUNISIA (March 11, 2011) -- An Egyptian girl explores the interior of the U.S. Air Force C-130J that will fly her and her family from Djerba Zarzis Airport in Tunisia to Cairo, Egypt. These Egyptian citizens are among tens of thousands who have fled conflict in Libya to Tunisia, where a humanitarian crisis is unfolding. This C-130J, flown by the 37th Airlift Squadron from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, is part of a contingent of aircraft from the 37th and the 26th U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit that are transporting the evacuees home. Since the operations began March 4th, more than 750 passengers have been shuttled to Cairo.  The airlift is part of a broader U.S. government effort led by the Department of State to assist with the crisis. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Brendan Stephens/RELEASED) Dowload higest-resolution version(1000 by 464 pixels)

DJERBA ZARIS, TUNISIA (March 11, 2011) -- An Egyptian girl explores the interior of the U.S. Air Force C-130J that will fly her and her family from Djerba Zarzis Airport in Tunisia to Cairo, Egypt. These Egyptian citizens are among tens of thousands who have fled conflict in Libya to Tunisia, where a humanitarian crisis is unfolding. This C-130J, flown by the 37th Airlift Squadron from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, is part of a contingent of aircraft from the 37th and the 26th U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit that are transporting the evacuees home. Since the operations began March 4th, more than 750 passengers have been shuttled to Cairo. The airlift is part of a broader U.S. government effort led by the Department of State to assist with the crisis. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Brendan Stephens/RELEASED)

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