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Default Air Force Logo Back to school safety tips
Parents, guardians and adults who care for children face constant challenges when trying to help keep children safer in today's fast-paced world. Summer vacation is over and our school children will soon be wondering the halls of the Holloman and Alamogordo schools. Parents should teach their children safe behaviors even before enrolling them in
0 8/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo School's starting, keep children safe
On Aug. 14 the children of Holloman and the surrounding community will begin another school year. As they walk out our door, we kiss them goodbye and assume we will see them later that day. But what if we don't? What if they are involved in a mishap? No parent wants to think their child might be injured, or worse, especially when it's so easily
0 8/06
2007
Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Shelton, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron, uses a vibrating “plate tamper” to compact the patch mix and make it fit flush with the road surface to fill a pot hole at the intersection of Tabosa and Arkansas July 31. This was the 13th pot hole filled for the 49 CES team that day and they were still going to get to more. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Daniel Camacho) All in a day's work

0 8/03
2007
Mr. Mario Sweet, manager of the local Taco Bell franchise, presents Col. Michael McGee, 49th Fighter WIng vice commander, Ms. Matrice Adger, Keystone Club advisor, and Tamatha Hampton, Keystone Club president, a check for $10,000 from the Taco Bell Foundation. The money was granted to the Keystone Club for a project they submitted. The Keystone Club purchases an indoor/outdoor Airscreen Entertainment System with the grant and will use it as an entrepreneurial project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Heather Stanton) Keystone Club entreprenurial project gets $10,000, new entertainment system

0 8/03
2007
Airman 1st Class Christopher Napier struggles to get the ball away from his opponets during the Summer League Tournament championship game. The 49th Maintenance Squadron beat out the 49th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron 60-49. Airman Hudgies is on the 49 MXS team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Rachel Kocin) 49 MXS gets slam dunk victory over 49 AMXS

0 8/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Holloman helps Airmen get to Air Force Ball
This year's Air Force Ball: 60th Anniversary Celebration is being held Sept. 14 in Albuquerque. The large-scale event will take place at the Sandia Resort and will incorporate all New Mexico air bases, Kirtland, Cannon and Holloman. "We are absolutely thrilled and honored to have been selected," said Ms. Amber Jordan, director of public relations
0 8/01
2007
Staff Sgt. Katherine Sikes, 49th Security Forces Squadron, holds her son, Joseph, before departing Holloman Air Force Base July 31 on a six month deployment to Kuwait. Approximately 30 Airmen from the squadron will be sent to Kuwait International Airport as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. This will be Sergeant Sikes sixth deployment. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Capt. Warren A. Comer) 49th Security Forces Airmen deploy
The 49th Fighter Wing said farewell July 31 to approximately 30 Airmen from the 49th Security Forces Squadron who departed on a six month deployment to Kuwait where they will secure base facilities and airfields. Most of the Airmen have been on more than one deployment before, but all stressed that their support for Operations Iraqi and Enduring
0 7/31
2007
Default Air Force Logo Safety tips for when lightning strikes
In the last couple of weeks, we have seen a number of thunder storms in and around the Alamogordo and Holloman area. Knowing what to do prior to a storm can mean the difference between life and death. When you first see lightning or hear thunder, it's time to seek shelter and take protective actions. Don't wait around trying to get one more hole in
0 7/26
2007
Default Air Force Logo New vice commander joins Team Holloman
A new face in wing leadership has come to the Friendliest Place on Earth and joined Team Holloman. Col. Michael McGee, new 49th Fighter Wing vice commander, is excited about the opportunities Holloman holds because of its unique location. "We have the incredible opportunity to get the world's best joint test and training in addition to being
0 7/24
2007
F-117 Demonstration Team members Staff Sgts. Jason Yeargin, Oscar Vega, Jody Daniels and Brian Donovan answer questions, have their picturs taken and sign autographs for throngs of spectators who flocked around the Nighthawk static display July 14 during the Royal International Air Tatoo at Fairford, United Kingdom. Holloman sent two F-117As and a 22-person team of pilots and support crew to the international air show. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Mr. Tommy Fuller) Stealth gets royal visit
When the 49th Fighter Wing's Demonstration Team set up a static display aircraft at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford, England July 14 and 15, they had no idea they would attract the eye of Britain's royal family. On the second day of the international air show, Prince Michael of Kent got an up-close look at the stealth fighter when he
0 7/23
2007
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