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Col. Houston Cantwell, the 49th Wing commander renders his first salute as wing commander during a change-of-command ceremony July 15 at Hangar 500 at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Col. Houston Cantwell assumed command of the 49th Wing and Holloman Air Force Base from the previous commander, Col. Robert Kiebler. As commander of the 49th Wing, Cantwell will lead Holloman’s mission to provide combat-ready Airmen, train MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper pilots and sensor operators, and hosts the 54th Fighter Group's F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot training mission, the 96th Test Group's high-speed test track mission and the German Air Force Flying Training Center. (U.S. Air Force Photo by: Staff Sgt. Stacy Moless) Holloman welcomes new commander
Holloman welcomed its new commander during a change-of-command ceremony July 15 at Hangar 500 here.
0 7/15
2016
Default Air Force Logo Joint Commission awards 49th MDG
The 49th Medical Group has earned both The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation as well as their Gold Seal of Approval for Primary Care Medical Home certification.
0 7/12
2016
Nebula, a military pet at Holloman Air Force Base, waits in her carrier, to be seen by the Veterinarian at the Holloman Veterinary Treatment Facility on June 29. Pets that are moving overseas are required to meet all the specific requirements of that country. The most important thing to do for the animal is to notify the Holloman Veterinary Treatment Facility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. E’Lysia A. Wray) PCSing Pets
Permanently changing stations overseas can be a stressful and overwhelming time for service members, families and pets. Any way to make the process smoother and easier can be a relief. Pet owners should be aware of the requirements, and sometimes lengthy process, to have their pets join them overseas.
0 7/08
2016
Master Sgt. Shannon, Non-commissioned officer in charge of planning, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron sets pieces of equipment on a simulated run way during the Rapid Airfield Damage Repair Modernization table top exercise at Holloman Holloman Air Force Base N.M. on June 27. Member from the RADR team visited the 49th CES to implement the second part of a four phase training program for runway repair during and after an enemy attack. Mobile training teams will make their way to every Air Force Active Duty, Guard and Reserve installation to teach civil engineers RADR techniques. Over the next few years, this training will be implemented at all Civil Engineering Silver Flag training sites. (Last names withheld due to operational requirements. U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Moless) Civil engineers train in RADR
The Rapid Airfield Damage Repair Modernization training team visited Holloman June 27, and taught new tactics, techniques and procedures to 49th CE command and control personnel. This $1.4 billion program utilizes visual presentations, in addition to a table top kit with scaled down airfield maintenance equipment, to exercise runway repair during and after an enemy attack.
0 7/01
2016
Class 15-BBH, the inaugural class from the 314th Fighter Squadron, stands on top of an F-16 Fighting Falcon at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Over 60 percent of the 17-man class will be going overseas following their June 25th graduation. (Courtesy Photo) Newest ‘Warhawks’ ready to strike
The 314th Fighter Squadron here graduated its inaugural class of F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots at 6 p.m. June 25 at the Holloman Club. The 17 graduates, class 15-BBH, completed hundreds of hours of training over 10 months to reach the historic ceremony and to join the proud heritage of the 314th.
0 6/30
2016
Chief Master Sgt. Barrington Bartlett, the 49th Wing command chief, poses for a portrait in his office at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., on June 27. Bartlett, who formerly served as the 56th Maintenance Group superintendent at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., is Holloman’s newest command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eboni Prince) Holloman welcomes new command chief
The 49th Wing welcomed its new command chief, June 22. Chief Master Sgt. Barrington Bartlett, the 49th Wing command chief, has taken his position as the principal senior enlisted advisor to the wing commander on all issues regarding the welfare, readiness, morale, and proper utilization and progress of the enlisted force.
0 6/29
2016
Senior Airman Matthew, a 49th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, measures thread needed to repair a G-Suit for a pilot at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 20. AFE specialists are responsible for ensuring that all flight and safety equipment is in perfect working order. (Last names are being withheld due to operational requirements. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eboni Prince) Aircrew Flight Equipment-- unique skills, strong bonds help accomplish mission
Safety is always a top priority for pilots when operating aircraft with maximum speeds of 1,500 miles per hour. Along with the pilots, another group of specialists have safety on the forefront of their minds. Not only do they think about it, but it is their job to ensure each pilot has the equipment they would need in every possible scenario. Airmen of Aircrew Flight Equipment are the hard-working technicians charged with this critical task.
0 6/27
2016
Senior Airman Joe, a 49th Maintenance Squadron munitions crew chief, inspects the bottom of an ammunitions trailer during a 720-day inspection at Holloman. During the inspection, crew chiefs disassembled and checked every aspect of the trailer for any cracks, breaks, missing parts and damages. (Last names are withheld due to operational requirements. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman BreeAnn Sachs) Bombs on target: how Ammo gets them there
Air superiority is more than having Aircraft and weapons greater than that of our enemies. It is born in the fighting spirit of the troops. The Airmen at Ammo Flight are the backbone of what it means to fly, fight and win.
0 6/23
2016
Default Air Force Logo Green Dot training hopes to decrease interpersonal violence
Green Dot is a community-based initiative the Air Force adopted to increase outreach and prevention. The goal is to provide violence-prevention tools to the entire Air Force over the next three years and have fewer people hurt by power-based personal violence.
0 6/21
2016
Senior Airman Edduard, a 49th Maintenance Squadron aircraft structural maintenance technician from Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., kisses his son’s hand while he naps in their home, June 15. As a new father, Edduard will be celebrating his first Father’s Day this year. (Last names are being withheld due to operational requirements. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eboni Prince) Holloman airman achieves both childhood goals, becomes military dad
Senior Airman Edduard, a 49th Maintenance Squadron aircraft structural maintenance specialist, will be celebrating his first Father’s Day this year as a military dad. As a little boy from Baltimore, Maryland, this is all he ever wanted.
0 6/18
2016
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