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Default Air Force Logo 49 MDG hosting annual health fair
The 49th Medical Group is hosting their annual health fair May 18 at the Fitness and Sports Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The health fair is being held to celebrate National Fitness and Sports Month and will coincide with Holloman's Safety and Sports Day. The goal of this event is for people to be aware of health prevention measures to include
0 5/14
2007
Retired Col. Joe Kittinger signs autographs and tells Airmen of his time in the Air Force. Colonel Kittinger was in projects such as Man High and Excelsior and holds the world record for completing a helium balloon jump from more than 100,000 feet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rachel Kocin) Air Force pioneer visits Holloman, shares experiences
An Air Force pioneer, instrumental in the development of the modern parachute system and high-altitude testing, spoke to Airmen here May 11, providing a glimpse into our service's heritage. Retired Col. Joe Kittinger told stories about his involvement in projects Man High and Excelsior during the late 1950s and 1960s, as well as his experiences as
0 5/14
2007
Airmen from the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron charge out of an entry control point during a convoy for the Phase II exercise. The 49 CES trained with Army for this convoy.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Michael Means) 49th Fighter Wing completes realistic deployment exercise
The 49th Fighter Wing brought it's Phase I and II combined exercise to a close May 11 after two weeks of realistic combat training at Holloman Air Force Base. The wing simulated deploying the F-117A Nighthawk, along with assets from across the wing, to a forward operating base in Iraq. To replicate the experience of deploying, assets from BEAR base
0 5/11
2007
Senior Master Sgt. Dwayne Atkinson, 49th Medical Operations Squadron, recieves an immunization shot. The nurses in the immunization clinic are being recognized May 6-12 for National Nurses Week for the job they do on a daily basis. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class John Strong) Holloman highlights nursing services for National Nurses Week 2007
The 49th Medical Group will highlight its nursing services staff for National Nurses Week 2007 May 6 through 12. The ability America's registered nurses to save lives and maintain the health of millions of individuals is the focus of this year's National Nurses Week. "Nurses: Strength, Commitment, Compassion," the theme for 2007, starts on National
0 5/07
2007
Airmen 1stClass Brandon Meyers and Justin Lederman, 49th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, do routine maintenance on an F-117A at Holloman to prepare the jets for the Phase II exercise. (United States Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Mayo) Holloman prepares to deploy in Phase I exercise

0 5/07
2007
Airman 1st Class Cindy Ventura, 49th Aeromedical Dental Squadron, chats with members of the Holloman Air Force Base soccer team at the Desert Lanes Bowling Alley Monday. Airman Ventura served as head coach of the team. The team celebrated the end of the soccer season with bowling. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ray Bowden) Local Airman to attend USAF ‘Prep’ School
A Holloman Airmen was one of three hundred prior-enlisted military and civilian personnel recently selected to attend the United States Air Force Preparatory School in Colorado Springs, CO., in July. Twenty-year-old Airman 1st Class Cindy Ventura, Aeromedical Dental Squadron public health technician, said she is ready for the challenge. "I've
0 5/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hours change to acccommodate exercise players
Many base agencies have extended their hours or changed their normal routine in order to provide services to Airmen participating in the Phase I and II exercises taking place April 30 to May 11. Manning issues within the units themselves also drove some of the changes. The Fitness and Sports Center is open 24 hours until Saturday at 7 p.m., 8 a.m.
0 5/01
2007
NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. -- An F-117 Nighthawk flies over the Nevada desert. The unique design of the single-seat F-117 provides exceptional combat capabilities. The fighter can employ a variety of weapons and is equipped with sophisticated navigation and attack systems integrated into a digital avionics suite that increases mission effectiveness and reduces pilot workload. Detailed planning for missions into highly defended target areas is accomplished by an automated mission planning system developed, specifically, to take advantage of the unique capabilities of the Nighthawk.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Aaron D. Allmon II) Bandit 103, instumental to F-117 development, passes
In an odd twist of fate, the Air Force and the F-117A Nighthawk program lost one of its premier test pilots nearly 25 years, to the day, after his near-fatal accident while attempting to take-off on an F-117A's final acceptance test. Lt. Col. Robert 'Bob' Riedenauer, U.S. Air Force retired, 70, passed away April 23 at his home following a lengthy
0 4/30
2007
Default Air Force Logo Keeping food safe during and after power outages
Here are a few tips to keep food safe during a power outage:Frozen Foods: - Keep the freezer closed. Open the freezer only to take food out. With the door closed, food in most unopened freezers will stay below 40 degrees F up to three days, even in the summer. - Follow these guidelines for completely thawed foods: · Fruits. Re-freeze fruits if they
0 4/30
2007
An Airman from the 49th Security Forces Squadron says goodbye to his family before leaving for training and then a deployment April 24. The Airmen are set to come back within six to 10 months. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Mayo) SFS Airmen leave for training, deployment
More than 20 49th Airmen from the 49th Security Forces Squadron left Holloman April 24 on a bus to McGreggor Range, Texas, to train for an upcoming deployment to Iraq. Family, friends and wing leadership were on hand to say farewell to the Airmen. They will spend the next 30 days at McGregor Range, then another 30 days training in Kuwait before
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2007
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