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  • 49th Wing History

    The history of the 49th Wing is one of distinction. Organized as the 49th Pursuit Group (Interceptor) in 1940, the unit was among the first to deploy from the United States to the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II. Redesignated the 49th Fighter Group, the unit played an important role in halting Japanese advances in the Southwest
  • 4th Space Control Squadron

    4th Space Control Squadron The 4th Space Control Squadron (4 SPCS), Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., provides combat space superiority effects to the Commander, Joint Functional Component Command - Space (JFCC - Space) and theater Combatant Commanders. The squadron is a geographically -separated unit assigned to the 21st Space Wing, Peterson Air
  • Information on Holloman Health Care Services

    WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINICPhone: 572-7418Location: Building 15Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday Services Provided Pap smears, clinical breast exams, Colposcopy Contraceptive counseling to include: Birth Control pills, Depo-Provera, IUDs, diaphragm, and initial consultation for sterilization Counseling and
  • New Arrivals

    Lodging: People who arrive during non-duty hours should report to the 24-hour central arrival point at the lodging office in building 583. The telephone number there is 575-572-3311. Reservations should be made prior to arrival and pet-friendly TLF rooms available upon request.Getting Set Up: The Holloman FSS website (http://hollomanfss.com/FSS/)
  • Flood Safety

    The 49th Fighter Wing Safety Office offered the following advice to prevent mishaps due to flooding in the local area:· Never try to walk or swim through rapidly moving water.· Never try to cross water in a vehicle, whether it is moving or not.· If the vehicle stalls, abandon it immediately and seek higher ground. Rapidly rising water may engulf
  • Holloman Energy Conservation Tips Factsheet

    Compiled by the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron Assets Management OfficeHolloman Air Force Base, N.M., is constantly looking for ways to reduce energy costs, which can be as high as $18,000 a day. New building plans are reviewed to make sure they are using the latest cost-effective, energy-efficient measures and existing building are being updated to
  • Schools Liaison Office

    School LinksAlamogordo Public Schoolswww.aps4kids.org www.alamogordotigers.comTularosa Municipal Schools www.tularosa.k12.nm.us Cloudcroft Municipal School System www.cmsbears.org Airman and Family Readiness Center749 W. New Mexico, Holloman AFB575-572-7754For more information, contact the Holloman AFB School Liaison Officer at 575-572-3944
  • Off-limit areas for Holloman personnel

    The 49th Fighter Wing commander, Col. Jeff Harrigian, had adopted and implemented the Fort Bliss off-limits list dated Dec. 18, 2009, which was signed by Army Maj. Gen. Howard Bromberg, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center and Ft. Bliss, Texas.According to the memorandum dated Feb. 17, 2010, servicemembers are
  • Holloman Air Force Base Stormwater Protection Program

    Stormwater is the flow of water that results from precipitation and occurs immediately following rainfall or as a result of snowmelt.Stormwater runoff is regulated under the Clean Water Act and can have a number of impacts on the environment, wildlife, livestock and people. There are both civil and criminal penalties for violating the Clean Water
  • Maj. Anthony Puente

    Commander, 49th Maintenance Squadron What is your nationality? I'm a 3rd generation Mexican-American. What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? I eat Tex-Mex, fajitas and enchiladas. My mom makes the best tamales and my wife makes the best salsa, period! Who were some of your role models growing up? My parents, grandparents and my uncle

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49th Wing Public Affairs

490 First St. Building 29
Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. 88330
Comm: 575-572-7381
DSN: 572-7381

Holloman Public Affairs does not act as an operator service or base locator. They do not have the capability to redirect incoming calls to other offices.
For telephone information or phone numbers, please call the Base Operator at 575-572-1110