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  • 846TS Magnetic Levitation (MAGLEV) Sled Track Capability

    The Holloman High Speed Test Track Maglev project is a long-term program to provide a new test capability for the DoD and the nation. The goal is to provide a low vibration environment for payloads on rocket-propelled sleds for speeds from subsonic to Mach 10. There are four demonstrative flight tests that will verify the Maglev project's sled
  • F-117A - Nighthawk

    Mission The F-117A Nighthawk is the world's first operational aircraft designed to exploit low-observable stealth technology. This precision-strike aircraft penetrates high-threat airspace and uses laser-guided weapons against critical targets. Features The unique design of the single-seat F-117A provides exceptional combat capabilities. About the
  • Pollution Prevention (P2) Program

    The Pollution Prevention Program at Holloman encompasses many areas. They are: Affirmative Procurement, CTP2 Environmental Action Committee, Recycling Program, Composting Program, Household Chemical Reuse Program, Green Zia Program, P2 Regional Partnering Program, Pollution Prevention (P2) Bulletin and Training. Scroll down for a brief description
  • Environmental Restoration Program

    The Environmental Restoration Program determines where environmental damage has occurred in the past and if cleanup operations are necessary. The program at Holloman utilizes the most current technology for the cleanup of its sites. The program follows a four-step process:-- Identification of past spill sites, leaking underground storage tanks, old
  • Travel Directions

    Holloman is located in New Mexico's Tularosa Basin between the Sacramento and San Andreas mountain ranges. The base is about 10 miles west of Alamogordo, New Mexico, on route 70/82; 90 miles north of El Paso, Texas; 70 miles east of Las Cruces, New Mexico.If you arrive in Alamogordo by commercial air or bus and require military transportation to
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