Roll-Off Dumpster sent out a 30 yard container to the Youth Center on Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington, located in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Joint Base Andrews is widely known for serving as the home base of two Boeing VC-25A aircraft, which serve the President of the United States. When the President is on board the aircraft, it’s then referred to as Air Force One. Air Force One was first stationed at Andrews in July 1961, and  the base was the where John F. Kennedy’s body was taken after his November 1963 assassination.

More recently, the base has become a place for youth activities and support. The Youth Center is part of a program that offers a range of instructional programs, social programs, and sports activities for 5–18 year-olds. The facility itself holds a gymnasium, five classrooms, a computer lab, dance studio, theater, two game rooms, and a teen lounge.

Visit the Joint Base Andrews website for more information about the Youth Center.

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