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Under the hood with 49th LRSUnder the hood with 49th LRS
Under the hood with 49th LRS

Airman 1st Class Josh Jensen, 49th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle equipment maintenance apprentice, loosens a vehicle’s bolt at the Holloman Air Force Base N.M., vehicle shop July 12. Jensen was working on the vehicle’s front-timing cover, which is used to protect components such as the timing gears, chain and belt in the vehicle. The 49th LRS vehicle maintenance team takes care of the wing’s entire vehicle fleet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Leah Ferrante/Released)
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Posted: 7/12/2012

Holloman supports Combat ArcherHolloman supports Combat Archer
Holloman supports Combat Archer

Members of the Detachment 1, 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron aircrew connect a chain from the “Combat Banner” to an F-4 Phantom during a Weapon Systems Evaluation Program at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 19. During “Combat Banner” missions, a 40-foot banner is towed behind an F-4 Phantom, which is flown into the airspace to be shot at by the F-22 Raptor’s 20 mm cannon. The main purpose of the WSEP is to evaluate the total air-to-air weapon to verify the system’s performance, reliability, capabilities, limitations, recommend corrective actions, and maintain combat Air Force-wide data. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Siuta B. Ika/Released)
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Posted: 6/29/2012

Safety FirstSafety First
Safety First

Airman 1st Class Peyton Oesterreich, 49th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, mixes a water sample from the Domenici Fitness and Sports Center pool at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 27. The water in the test tube changes colors when test chemicals react to chemicals in the water sample. Oesterreich tests the base pools to ensure they have safe hydrogen and chlorine levels. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Leah Ferrante/Released)
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Posted: 7/3/2012

Safety FirstSafety First
Safety First

Airman 1st Class Peyton Oesterreich, 49th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, collects a water sample at the Domenici Fitness and Sports Center pool at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 27. Oeserreich collected a water sample to test the base pool’s hydrogen and chlorine levels. In addition to performing water analysis bioenvironmental engineers also ensure safety of the base and respond to crashes and flight emergencies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Leah Ferrante/Released)
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Posted: 7/3/2012

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Safety First

Airman 1st Class Peyton Oesterreich, 49th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, prepares a DR/850 colorimeter at the Domenici Fitness and Sports Center pool at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 27. The DR/850 is used to test the chemical levels to determine the water’s quality, by using two filters that use wavelengths to detect the levels in water samples. Oeserreich was testing the base pools to ensure they have safe hydrogen and chlorine levels. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Leah Ferrante/Released)
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Posted: 7/3/2012

Safety FirstSafety First
Safety First

Airman 1st Class Peyton Oesterreich, 49th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, opens his hach kit at the Domenici Fitness and Sports Center pool at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., June 27. The hach kit is used to test water quality and give a proper water analysis to ensure the base pools have safe hydrogen and chlorine levels. In addition to performing water analysis, bioenvironmental engineers also ensure safety of the base and respond to crashes and flight emergencies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Leah Ferrante/Released)
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Posted: 7/3/2012

Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the skySunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky
Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky

Senior Airman Erin O’Connell, Detachment 4, 2nd Weather Squadron solar analyst, changes the filter on an objective lens used to observe the sun at the Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., solar observatory June 7. The objective lens is designed to follow the sun throughout all periods of the day, allowing analysts to observe any fluctuations that may impact space operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel E. Liddicoet/Released)
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Posted: 6/12/2012

Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the skySunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky
Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky

John Pietrzak, physical scientist at the solar observatory, responds to a near event-level solar flare at the Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., solar observatory June 7. It takes eight minutes for a solar flare to affect the earth as well as operations in space, the solar observatory has only two minutes to report such instances to the command level before any negative repercussions can occur. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel E. Liddicoet/Released)
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Posted: 6/12/2012

Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the skySunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky
Sunrise to sunset: observatory looks to the sky

Senior Airman Erin O’Connell, Detachment 4, 2nd Weather Squadron solar analyst, calibrates a solar telescope at the Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., solar observatory June 7. Solar activity is constantly analyzed and monitored by analysts to prevent solar flares from negatively affecting space operations. This highly sophisticated telescope uses a hydrogen filter that allows solar analysts to clearly observe the activity on the surface of the sun. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel E. Liddicoet/Released)
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Posted: 6/12/2012

New covered basketball courtNew covered basketball court
New covered basketball court

HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – Tech. Sgt. Jean Magee, 49th Force Support Squadron, shoots a basketball during the grand opening of the outdoor covered basketball court, June 1. The outdoor covered basketball court is a new addition to the Outdoor Fitness Center, which also includes a sand volleyball court, two horseshoe pits, renovated tennis courts and two all-purpose fields. This state-of-the-art outdoor complex is part of an ongoing quality of life initiative valued at $2.5 million. The complex aims to prove its worth by uplifting the morale and espirit de corps for Team Holloman. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Colin Cates/Released)
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Posted: 6/6/2012

New covered basketball courtNew covered basketball court
New covered basketball court

HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. — The 49th Mission Support Group and 49th Force Support Squadron leadership cut a ribbon during the grand opening of the new covered basketball court at the outdoor fitness center, June 1. The outdoor fitness center includes a sand volleyball court, two horseshoe pits, renovated tennis courts and two all-purpose fields. This state-of-the-art outdoor complex is part of an ongoing quality-of-life initiative valued at $2.5 million. The complex aims to prove its worth by uplifting the morale and espirit de corps for Team Holloman. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Colin Cates/Released)
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Posted: 6/6/2012

Armed and ReadyArmed and Ready
Armed and Ready

HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. - Senior Airman Joaquin Wooten, SrA Michael Vue, and Airman 1st Class Robert Ramirez, 49th Security Forces Squadron armorers, pose for a photo April 30th. These Airmen are part of a small group of security forces personnel who are trained to guard the base's supply of official and personally-owned weapons. More than $2 million worth of equipment is housed within the armory. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Michael Shoemaker/Released)
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Posted: 6/5/2012

    

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