Officials at Tyndall AFB, Fla., opened the base's new fitness center, Aug. 20, 2010. The center, situated on an 8.7-acre plot within walking distance of the old gym, is the Air Force's first facility built to meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and environmentally friendly design set by the US government. With features such as solar panels on its roof, the center's energy consumption is expected to more than 40 percent less than a typical building of the same size. Shown here, a front view of the new fitness center, which is expected to serve more than 900 people per day.
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