AEDC running track officially open

The new running track at Arnold Engineering Development Center’s (AEDC) Administration and Engineering Building is now open for runners after a ribbon cutting May 25. The six-lane, 400-meter track has a rubberized surface and will be used to support current Air Force fitness initiatives and to encourage the health and well-being of the AEDC work force. Work began in August 2010 and was funded by dollars specifically earmarked for Department of Defense Fitness Operations and Maintenance Projects. Pictured from left are Air Force project manager Christine Hughes, AEDC Commander Col. Michael Panarisi, Mission Support Division Director Col. Robert Bender, Chief of Services Rick Ferrebee, Base Civil Engineer Bill Wendle and Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) General Manager Steve Pearson. (Photo by Patrick Ary)

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