AFRL sphere

U.S. Air Force contractors maneuvered the nearly 42-foot tall vacuum sphere into its new location between the Air Force Research Lab buildings Dec. 17. The vacuum sphere is state-of- the-art equipment used in gas-laser development and research, one of the key elements which allows the U.S. Air Force to gain air superiority. Formerly located at the south end of the runway, eight organizations worked together to plan and organize the movement. (Photo by Master Sgt. Paula Aragon)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Paula Aragon
VIRIN: 121813-F-JA778-003.JPG
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