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  • ATSO Rodeo keeps Airmen fit to fight

    The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron trained approximately 250 Airmen during Holloman’s first official Ability to Survive and Operate Rodeo of the year at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Jan. 29, 2018.
  • RCAF CF-18s arrive at Holloman

    Personnel and equipment, including CF-18 Hornets, from the Royal Canadian Air Force began arriving at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Jan. 24, 2018. This visit, scheduled to last until mid-February, is a unique joint opportunity to bolster NATO partnerships with the U.S. Air Force and to expand the training syllabus of the F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots and maintainers from the 54th Fighter Group.
  • Holloman sets date for 2018 open house

    The 49th Wing leadership has announced plans for an open house at Holloman Air Force Base. The one-day event is free to the public and scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018. Aerial acts and static displays are still being determined, but more information will be released as it becomes available. "We are delighted to announce we will be opening our
  • December 2017 Chief's Choice Award

    The Holloman’s chiefs group has a monthly recognition program titled Chief’s Choice Award. Every month a chief has the honor of choosing a deserving airman for an outstanding act or for continuous outstanding performance.  For the month of December, the chiefs are proud to present the Chief’s Choice Award to: TSgt Brian Tucker   Q. 1        What
  • Take care of each other

    As the new year began, I started looking at plans to make this year even better than the last. Settling back into the office, I reflected on successes and challenges from last year -- from both Holloman and the Air Force. I saw some troubling statistics on DUIs, sexual assaults and drug use. They bothered me. They really bothered me. But,
  • Command innovation

    Air Force Command Posts ensure base operations and communications run proficiently and effectively under any condition. The 49th Wing’s Command Post has created a new, easy to carry, pocket sized, reference guide to assist leadership in knowing what events are reportable.  If an aircraft mishap were to interfere with base operations it is up to
  • 2017 Nov. chief's choice award

    Q1.) Where is your hometown? A1.) Shippensburg, Pennsylvania   Q2.) How long have you been in the Air Force? A2.) I have been in the Air Force for five years and eight months.   Q3.) How long have you been at Holloman? A3.) I have been at Holloman for two years and three months.   Q4.) What squadron are you a part of, what is your job title and
  • Spotlight

    (Editor’s Note: This feature is part of an ongoing series dedicated to highlighting Holloman Airmen who demonstrate excellence every day.)Senior Airman Kenneth J. Rudnicki, 635th Materiel Maintenance squadron commander’s support staff, exemplifies everything that being an Airman is about.“He is very trustworthy,” said Staff Sgt. Duoc Than, 635th
  • Trees galore

    Holloman Airmen received the chance to put Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree to shame this year with a free tree giveaway Dec. 8, 2017 at the Holloman Air Force Base Airman and Family Readiness Center. The A&FRC received a free donation of 150 trees to give to Airmen and their families as a part of the Trees for Troops program. “It is amazing we have
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