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  • Col. Crescencio Torres

    Commander, 49th Medical Group What is your nationality? Mexican What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? Home-made enchiladas and albondiga soup, a Mexican soup made with meatballs and vegetables, are my favorite traditional food. Who were some of your role models growing up? My parents had the greatest influence in my life. Very early in
  • Staff Sgt. Jahaira Santillan

    Noncommissioned officer in charge, Intelligence Operations, 49th Operations Support Squadron What is your nationality? My dad is Puerto Rican and my mom is Ecuadorian. What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? I eat totones and cangrejo, a crab you find in Ecuador. Who were some of your role models growing up? My dad. He's the reason why I
  • 572-Ride Program

    If anyone is interested in becoming a 572-Ride volunteer, here is how the program works: Volunteers are on standby for a one week period, Thursday (0001hrs) - Wednesday (2359hrs). This means you must be able to be reached whether it is by phone, cell phone or pager 24/7 for the week you volunteer, except during duty hours.Requests (calls) are made
  • Staff Sgt. Julio Cesar Arriola

    Noncommissioned officer in charge, Dental Infection Control, 49th Aerospace Medicine Squadron What is your nationality? I was born and raised in the city of Granada, Nicaragua. I moved to the U.S., Miami, Fla., at the age of 14. What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? Among some of the most traditional meals known in Nicaragua are
  • Capt. Roxzanna Ponce De Leon

    Commander, Manpower and Personnel Flight, 49th Force Support Squadron What is your nationality? My dad is Columbian and my mother is Cajun. What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? Traditionally, I ate sancocho which is a soup with chicken, corn, carrots, cilantro, yucca and plantain. And ceviche, we ate a lot of ceviche. Who were some of
  • 1st Lt. Jose Castro-Chincilla

    Project Manager, 46th Test Group, Detachment 1 What is your nationality? I'm a U.S. Citizen, born in Honduras. What type of traditional foods do you like to eat? Platanos, bread baked in clay oven, homemade sugar cane sweets, carne azada, enchiladas, tamales and menudo. Who were some of your role models growing up? My uncle. He owned a ranch and
  • T-38 Talon

    Mission The T-38A Talon is a twin-engine, high-altitude, supersonic jet trainer used in a variety of roles because of its design, economy of operations, ease of maintenance, high performance and exceptional safety record. Air Education and Training Command is the primary user of the T-38A for joint specialized undergraduate pilot training. Air
  • F-22 Raptor

    Mission The F-22 Raptor is the Air Force's newest fighter aircraft. Its combination of stealth, supercruise, maneuverability, and integrated avionics, coupled with improved supportability, represents an exponential leap in warfighting capabilities. The Raptor performs both air-to-air and air-to-ground missions allowing full realization of
  • F-4 PHANTOM II

    Mission The F-4 Phantom II is a twin engine, all weather, tactical fighter-bomber. It originally performed three tactical air roles: air superiority, interdiction and close-air support. The F-4 continues to serve in retirement as the QF-4 Aerial Target, an unmanned, high performance aerial target used for live air-to-air and surface-to-air missile
  • The Defender Dispatch

    The following information is derived from the 49th Security Forces Squadron Desk Blotter. The intent is to highlight some of the more significant events our SF Defenders responded to.May 2009April 2009March 2009February 2009January 2009
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490 First St. Building 29
Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. 88330
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