OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. --
If you’ve driven through the Kenney Gate recently, you may have noticed construction equipment working on the hillside below the Tuskegee Hall dormitory. This is all part of an $18.8 million project that will add a new dormitory for Offutt Airmen.
"The new dorm will incorporate all of the latest features and will support our Airmen for decades to come,” said 55th Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Michael Morris. "Improving the quality of life of our Airmen who play a critical role in our ability to ‘Fly Fight and Win’ will always be a top priority in this wing.”
The dormitory was designed using the new Dorms4Airmen standard and will include 30 modular living units. Each module will have four bedrooms with walk-in closets, an exterior window and private bathrooms. The modules will also have a shared living room area between the bedrooms with a kitchen and laundry appliances.
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