Tying the last knot

GRISSOM AIR RESERVE BASE, Ind. -- Daniel DeAngulo, base emergency manager, ensures the last stake is tied tightly to a support rope before driving it into the ground. The canopy was set up for the groundbreaking ceremony here today. The groundbreaking ceremony is for the new air traffic control tower. The new tower, with a programmed cost of $7.4 million, will replace an existing structure built in 1965. When complete, the nine-story tower will provide Grissom's ATC with increased visibility, space for a control tower simulator to enhance training, increased security, office space for administrative functions, and enhanced environmental controls. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Damon Kasberg)

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