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CDC continues tech trend by building robot from recyclable items

Lanell Mayberry and some of her pre-kindergarten class pose with their recycling project Rachel, a full sized robot made entirely of recyclable products at Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow's Child Development Center, April 27. The class constructed Rachel while being taught about the importance of the three R's: reduce, reuse, and recycle.



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This work, CDC continues tech trend by building robot from recyclable items, by Cpl Thomas Bricker, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.27.2012

Date Posted:05.02.2012 17:14

Photo ID:570841

VIRIN:120427-M-PG598-354

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:5.63 MB

Location:BARSTOW, CA, USGlobe

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