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Innovative runway repair solution

During the first field evaluation of a solution developed by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Laboratory, the research team place K-Fill Controlled Low-Strength Material into a crater using a 10.5 cubic yard concrete truck in July 2019. K-Fill CLSM and K-Concrete were created under the Cementitious Materials Patent recently awarded to the Air Force. (Courtesy Photo by Grace Bland, K2)

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Innovative runway repair solution
During the first field evaluation of a solution developed by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Laboratory, the research team place K-Fill Controlled Low-Strength Material into a crater using a 10.5 cubic yard concrete truck in July 2019. K-Fill CLSM and K-Concrete were created under the Cementitious Materials Patent recently awarded to the Air Force. (Courtesy Photo by Grace Bland, K2)

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Photo by: Grace Bland |  VIRIN: 190716-F-ZZ999-101.JPG