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Mr. Jamie O'Hara Magic Guy from Las Cruces makes a ballon animal for Kaiman Ulukita, 4, at the Children's International Festival Saturday. (U.S. photo by Airman Jamal Sutter) Children's International Festival creates fun for all

0 12/20
2006
Mrs. Janice Smith and Mrs. Becky McVay, Holloman Officers' Spouses Club members, advertise for the Airmen's Cookie Drive in M&M costumes at the corner of First Street and Arizona Avenue. The drive recieved more than 6,300 cookies for Airmen living in the dorms. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Heather Stanton) Cookie drive shows Air Force family cares for Airmen
The Holloman Officers' Spouses Club and many other Holloman spouses got together Thursday and Friday to bring holiday joy to Airmen living in the dorms this season. The spouses collected homemade cookies, decorated small paper bags and readied the treats for squadron first sergeants to pick up and deliver to the Airmen. "There are many Airmen in
0 12/18
2006
Mariah Jo-Lee Ballerstein was born Dec. 7 in base housing by two emergency medical technicians for the 49th Medical Group. Mariah is the new baby girl to Tech. Sgt. Scott Ballerstein, 49th Materiel Maintenance Group, his wife Jessica and their son Caleb. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of Tech. Sgt. Scott Ballerstein) No time for delivery room
Tech. Sgt. Scott Ballerstein, 49th Materiel Maintenance Group, and his wife Jessica are the proud parents of baby Mariah Jo-Lee Ballerstein, who was born at her parents' home in base housing Dec. 7 with the help of emergency medical technicians from the 49th Medical Group.Senior Airman Daniel Hodges, aerospace medical technician, said he and Staff
0 12/15
2006
Tech. Sgt. Jason Estrada, 49th Medical Services Squadron, was asked to attend the 49th Medical Group Christmas party Dec. 8 when he was planning to stay home with his pregnant wife. While at the party, Brig. Gen. David Goldfein, 49th Fighter Wing commander, brought him in front of the party because he was wearing jeans and a sweatshirt to a semi-formal affair. The general, along with Chief Master Sgt. Marjorie McNichols, 49 FW command chief, surprised him with technical sergeant stripes as he was STEP promoted on the spot. STEP promotion is a promotion through the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program. STEP it up ... another stripe

0 12/15
2006
Airman 1st Class Robert Pennock and Staff Sgt. Christopher Croley, 9th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, guide a GBU-10 bomb into locking position on an F-117A Nighthawk during a Weapons Load Crew of the Quarter competition Dec. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jamal Sutter) Weapons Load Crew of the Quarter competition shows off 'best of the best'
The Load Crew of the Quarter competition Friday was a close match to the very end.This competition recognizes the "best of the best" of 18 weapons load crews at Holloman, said Tech. Sgt. Gilbert Cruz, 49th Maintenance Group. "The two best weapons load crews (one from the 8th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and one from the 9th Aircraft Maintenance Unit)
0 12/14
2006
Members from the Holloman and Alamogordo community show their motorcycles for Toys for Tots Saturday at Washington Park in Alamogordo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jason Colbert) Toys in tow for bike run
Air Force bikers will bring bounty of toys to Washington Park in Alamogordo Saturday in support of the Keystone Kops Toys for Tots program. This is the second year the bikes have run from Holloman to town for this Christmas giving program. "Last year was the first one; hopefully we have them for at least a few more years," said Staff Sgt. Timothy
0 12/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo Dedicated Crew Chief: Airpower's most important role
Thirty-three Airmen were recognized as Dedicated Crew Chiefs in a ceremony Friday. "The DCC is responsible for all maintenance on the aircraft he is dedicated to," said Chief Master Sgt. Wendy Jones, 49th Maintenance Group. "DCC is a job description, not an Air Force specialty. It is reserved for those who display the initiative, management and
0 12/13
2006
Col. Jack Forsythe, 49th Operations Group commander, and Lt. Col. Chris Knehans, 7th Fighter Squadron commander, roll the guidon of the 7th during the inactivation ceremony Friday. The inactivation of the 7th will be Dec. 31. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Michael Means) 7th Fighter Squadron inactivation ceremony Friday
The 7th Fighter Squadron "Screamin' Demons" will inactivate Dec. 31 due to the phasing out of the F-117A Nighthawk. A ceremony marking the event will be held Friday in Hangar 301. "Our mission is -- was -- to train inbound F-117 pilots to make up for normal PCS (permanent change of station) attrition," said Lt. Col. Chris Knehans, 7 FS commander.
0 12/13
2006
Airman Nicholas Tanzillo, 49th Maintenance Squadron, demonstrates an engine run as Brig. Gen. David Goldfein, 49th Fighter Wing commander, watches on. Test run

0 12/12
2006
Default Air Force Logo It's a fact ... Holloman's youth center is fit
The Youth and Teen Center was awarded $1,250 recently for being fit and smart via the U.S. Air Force FitFactor program's 101 Days of Summer Fun promotion. "The promotion was to increase participation rates and get kids already participating to achieve higher fitness levels in the summer," said John Smith, youth programs director at the Youth
0 12/04
2006
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