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  • Holloman 2020 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony

    Holloman Air Force Base recently recognized its volunteers. These volunteers donated their time and energy to improve the community around them. Red Ribbon Medal Volunteers are members who donated between 50-100 hours of their time. White Ribbon Medal Volunteers are members who donated between 101-200 hours of their time. Blue Ribbon Medal Volunteers are members who donated between 201+ hours of their own time.
  • Holloman's Soaring Heights community resources

    On-base residents at Holloman Air Force Base are in the Soaring Heights community. During the current COVID-19 situation, Soaring Heights has several online information resources available to base residents.Soaring Heights' Letter to ResidentsSoaring Heights COVID-19 update 26 March 2020Soaring Heights COVID-19 update 24 March 2020Soaring Heights
  • Holloman Air Force Base Data

    Established: Holloman AFB was originally established in 1942 as Alamogordo Air Field six miles west of Alamogordo, New Mexico. Initial construction began at the airfield February 6, 1942.The base was re-named in 1948 after Col. George Holloman, a native Rich Square, N.C., , who was a pioneer in early rocket and pilot-less aircraft research.Land:
  • Holloman's Inspector General Office

    FRAUD, WASTE & ABUSE HOTLINE:  575-430-5000 IG Mission: To support the 49th Wing and Tenant units by Assisting, Educating, Motivating, and Independently Evaluating unit mission efficiency, in order to create a more disciplined and combat ready force.IGQ Mission: To be the "eyes and ears" of the commander by establishing procedures to manage the Air
  • Holloman Voting Assistance Office

    Holloman Voting Assistance Office749 West New Mexico Ave, Bldg. 788 (A&FRC)Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. 88330Telephone number: DSN:  572-7754 Comm:  575-572-7754Email = 49WG.Vote@us.af.milHolloman Installation Voting Assistance OfficerMr. Johnie Glen and Mr. Glen KuhnClick HERE for more about Air Force Voting Assistance.Federal Voting Assistance
  • Holloman's Military Child Education

    HOLLOMAN MILITARY CHILD EDUCATIONConnecting Families, Schools and the Holloman CommunityConnecting Families, Schools and the Holloman CommunityWelcome to the Holloman Military Child Education Web page! Your one-stop shop for all matters related to K-12 military child education.This website is dedicated to provide both parents and students with
  • 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
  • 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
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