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  • CAMOC Airmen improve radio site

    Members of the 49th Operations Support Squadron’s Communications Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems Maintenance Operations Center worked on optimizing a radio site at Buck Mountain, N.M., Aug. 29, 2017. The Buck Mountain radio site is one of seven HAFB radio sites and is primarily used by the 54th Fighter Group. This site allows F-16 pilots
  • Oktoberfest 2017

    The German Air Force Flying Training Center hosted Oktoberfest 2017 at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., Aug. 26, 2017. The GAF has hosted this annual event at Holloman since 1996 with this one being their last.
  • 54th MXS Airman wins AETC 2018 National Public Service Award

    An Air Force master sergeant was recognized for her outstanding contributions to domestic violence shelters Aug. 18, 2017. Due to her hard work and dedication, Master Sgt. Nina Brown, 54th Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, won the Air Education and Training Command 2018 National Public Service Award.“I am excited and honored to have
  • Eclipse of the heart: Holloman Airmen reach for the stars

    Hundreds of thousands of individuals, whether peering out their bedroom windows or traveling in caravans of motor vehicles to various destinations across America, watched in excited anticipation as the sun and moon traversed paths to create a total solar eclipse Aug. 21, 2017.
  • 49th FSS recognized for excellence

    49th Force Support Squadron recently accepted two major awards for programs at Holloman Air Force Base. The combined partnership of Holloman Airmen with a supportive local community has paved the way for several competitive programs here. Maj. Lynn Lightfoot, 49th FSS commander, and Laurieann Goodier, Holloman School liaison officer, recently
  • Holloman medical clinic celebrates opening with ribbon cutting

    Holloman Air Force Base leadership officially opened the new medical clinic with a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 18, 2017.The state-of-the-art facility has new design and technological enhancements, helping ensure world-class healthcare for years to come.“The pursuit of health, as we start to improve the health of our community, is going to take
  • GAF, HAFB fly last mission as next-door neighbors

    This is the last mission flight for the F-16 Fighting Falcon and the German air force Tornado. While German flying operations are winding down at Holloman AFB, their departure is not yet finished. The GAF has entered its final stage of departure, however they will not complete their departure from Holloman until mid 2019. And with that, each passing day and every flight becomes more and more significant to each partner at Holloman.
  • Holloman Top III June Awards

    Tech. Sgt. Brandon Rankin, a 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 10 technical training instructor, receives the June Top III noncommissioned officer award from Master Sgt. William Wallick, the 54th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron first sergeant, Aug. 2, 2017, at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. During the month of June, Rankin accumulated 112 teaching
  • Innovative experiment brings AF senior leaders to Holloman

    Twenty-five years of continuous combat operations strained our Air Force. Since operational demands are not expected to decrease, the service is examining innovative and affordable force structure options to help alleviate capability, capacity and readiness shortfalls as part of an ongoing force structure assessment.
  • 54th Fighter Group pilots fly future flight surgeons

    Members from the 54th Fighter Group at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., hosted students from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, M.D., during the week of July 24, 2017. The four students that visited Holloman are studying to become Air Force aerospace flight surgeons.