Apr 1, 2010 9:41 PM
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - The Air Force Academy plans to use a $5 million donation from a graduate to construct a new indoor athletic training facility.
It's the largest gift from a graduate in the history of the Academy.
The center is scheduled for completion in early 2011 and will consist of a regulation-sized football field, which can also be used for lacrosse and soccer. The Falcons are currently the only service academy without a dedicated indoor training facility.
Air Force director of athletics Hans Mueh says it's a "tremendous step forward for the athletics program."
The donation comes from Bart Holaday - a 1965 graduate - and his wife, Lynn.
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