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  • 746th Test Squadron

    The 746th Test Squadron (TS), also known as the Central Inertial and GPS Test Facility (CIGTF), is the DoD's designated lead test organization chartered to test and evaluate Global Positioning System (GPS) user equipment (UE) and integrated GPS based guidance and navigation systems. To this end, the 746 TS manages the tri-service GPS Test Center of
  • 781st Test Squadron

    The 781st Test Squadron operates the National Radar Cross Section Test Facility (NRTF). For more information please call 575-679-3365.
  • TRICARE Information

    TRICARE, which provides more cost-effective medical coverage than CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services), began at Holloman April 1, 1997. TRICARE was developed to improve access to care for all Military Health Services System beneficiaries, and to continue to provide affordable and high-quality care while
  • Officers Spouses Club

    OFFICERS' SPOUSES' CLUB About HOSC Our organization aims to provide the spouses of Holloman the opportunity to be part of a productive and welcoming group that prides itself in supporting our military community. HOSC spouses can become active in the local and base communities through the numerous volunteer opportunities, social engagements, and
  • Holloman Air Force Base History

    The 75 year history of the 49th Wing is one of pride and distinction, originally organized as the 49th Pursuit Group (Interceptor) on November 20, 1940 and activated at Selfridge Field, Michigan on January 15, 1941, the unit became one of the first combat units to deploy from the United States to the Southwest Pacific
  • German Air Force

    The German Air Force has been training its aircrews in the United States since 1958. This training took place on various bases throughout the states before it was moved to Holloman Air Force Base, NM, in 1992. German Air Force pilot candidates learn to fly in Texas at U.S. Air Force undergraduate pilot training. The future Weapon System Officers
  • FOIA

    Persons or their designated representatives may ask for a copy of their records in a system of records. Privacy Act requests must be made in writing and must also be signed. Send requests for Holloman Air Force Base records to Holloman FOIA, 1321 Tularosa Rd., Holloman AFB, NM 88330-7928. When making a PA request, include either a notarized or
  • F-22 Arrival Events

    2 June 2008 The first two Holloman-tailed F-22A Raptors are scheduled to arrive on base at 2:49 p.m. They will be received by the base population outside of Hangar 301 during a closed ceremony. The Alamogordo public is encouraged to take a look out their windows around 2:30 in the afternoon, as they will likely catch a glimpse of the two jets
  • 846 TS - The Need for Speed

    THE NEED FOR SPEED In the beginning there was the Snark. That is how the Holloman High Speed Test Track (HHSTT) got its start. The Snark, a name taken from the Lewis Carroll poem, was a ground-launched, jet-powered cruise missile with a range of nearly 1500 miles, weighing nearly 14 tons and was the size of a large jet fighter. It was designed to
  • JFTR Weight Limit Chart

    2. Authorized PCS Weight Allowances. Except as provided in pars. U5315 and U5330-A, authorized PCS weight allowances are: PCS & NTS Weight Allowances (Pounds) Grade *1&3 With Dependents *2 Without Dependents   Officer
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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