Master Sgt. Solomon Vincent, left, assists Senior Airman Logan Fountaine, center, and Senior Airman Young Park, as they set up a quadpod ready to attach an antenna Oct. 16, 2013, at Madingley American Cemetery near Cambridge, England. The Airmen were taking GPS readings to annotate the exact location of each individual headstone. This equipment served as a base station, which collects data from 24 GPS satellites in orbit. All the data from the project will be made into an electronic map that allows families and friends of those lost in World War II to pinpoint the location of their resting place here.Vincent is a 100th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering flight superintendent and Fountaine and Park are 100th CES engineering flight journeyman.
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