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Ernie Lorelli, Progressive Force Concepts instructor, oversees Airman 1st Class Nicholas Glatz, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, as he covers an intravenous needle at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. EOD technicians took part in Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support training where they learned life-saving medical skills. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. BreeAnn Sachs) Another tool in the toolbox
It is a cool, fall day and the sun shines through the car window warming your face. Suddenly, the truck jerks and tumbles off the road. Your teammate is thrown from the truck, and flung out of sight. You exit the truck and find your teammate critically injured. He is presumably dead. There is no time to think about anything else. Medical care needs
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2018
Harvey Stevens, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron deputy fire chief, poses for a photo in front of fire engine 14 at Holloman Air Force Base on April 27, 2017. Stevens retired on April 28, 2017 after 50 years of service. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Amanda Junk) Once a fire fighter, always a fire fighter
Imagine spending 50 years of your life dedicated to public service. Most people cannot imagine this, and neither did a man who did it. On April 28, 2017, Harvey Stevens, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron assistant chief of fire prevention, hung his helmet in the fire station for the last time at Holloman Air Force Base.
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2017
Courtesy Photo Scheduled power outage aids in preventative maintenance
The base experienced a pre-scheduled power outage to repair areas of concern May 21. The Civil Engineer Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Teams identified five areas of concern during an assessment in April, and members from the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron electrical shop prepared to rectify these issues.
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2016
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