Air Force blue goes green

In honor of Energy Action Month, the Joint Base Andrews energy team is conducting tours of the William A. Jones III Building Oct. 12 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. ?In addition to supporting wildlife, the green roof reduces cooling costs in the summer months, reduces noise levels, helps filter out dust and smog particles and helps protect from the climatic weather,? said Myra Sinnott, Air Force District of Washington resource efficiency manager. ?Where snow and rain would crack the concrete, the green roof is actually increasing the life expectancy of the roof.? (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Ashleigh Peck)

PHOTO BY: st Lt. Ashleigh Peck
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