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Fitness Assessment Cell relocates

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alexus Barrington, 81st Inpatient Operation Squadron aerospace medical technician and physical training leader, counts the number of push-ups that Senior Airman Rebecca Fentress, 81st Security Forces Squadron investigator, completes as Senior Master Sgt. Rebecca Janssen, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron operations flight chief, holds her feet inside the new fitness assessment cell building at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, March 4, 2019. The FAC moved to a new location, building 4104, near the Dragon Fitness Center, to better suit Keesler's fitness needs by enhancing the options for members when choosing where they're most comfortable accomplishing the aerobic component of the test. Airmen are now able to choose between using either the Crotwell Track or the Triangle Track. Staff Sgt. Aron Alt, 81st Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell NCO in charge, said he thinks the customer service environment as a whole will be better and that when you show Airmen you care about them they tend to give a better over all performance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alexus Barrington, 81st Inpatient Operation Squadron aerospace medical technician and physical training leader, counts the number of push-ups that Senior Airman Rebecca Fentress, 81st Security Forces Squadron investigator, completes as Senior Master Sgt. Rebecca Janssen, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron operations flight chief, holds her feet inside the new fitness assessment cell building at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, March 4, 2019. The FAC moved to a new location, building 4104, near the Dragon Fitness Center, to better suit Keesler's fitness needs by enhancing the options for members when choosing where they're most comfortable accomplishing the aerobic component of the test. Airmen are now able to choose between using either the Crotwell Track or the Triangle Track. Staff Sgt. Aron Alt, 81st Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell NCO in charge, said he thinks the customer service environment as a whole will be better and that when you show Airmen you care about them they tend to give a better over all performance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Aron Alt, 81st Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell NCO in charge, Maj. Amber Ortiz, 81st FSS commander, and Col. Marcia Quigley, 81st Mission Support Group commander, officially open the new Fitness Assessment Cell during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, March 1, 2019. The FAC moved to a new location, building 4104, near the Dragon Fitness Center, to better suit Keesler's fitness needs by enhancing the options for members when choosing where they're most comfortable accomplishing the aerobic component of the test. Airmen are now able to choose between using either the Crotwell Track or the Triangle Track. "The greatest benefit is that we are providing a location that is fit for the mission," said Ortiz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Aron Alt, 81st Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell NCO in charge, Maj. Amber Ortiz, 81st FSS commander, and Col. Marcia Quigley, 81st Mission Support Group commander, officially open the new Fitness Assessment Cell during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, March 1, 2019. The FAC moved to a new location, building 4104, near the Dragon Fitness Center, to better suit Keesler's fitness needs by enhancing the options for members when choosing where they're most comfortable accomplishing the aerobic component of the test. Airmen are now able to choose between using either the Crotwell Track or the Triangle Track. "The greatest benefit is that we are providing a location that is fit for the mission," said Ortiz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)

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